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MASSACHUSETTS 



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YEA R BOOK, 



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BUSINESS D i RECTO RY 

OF EVERY TOWN AND CITY IN THE STATE 

(INCLUDING BOSTON). a/ c Z* jJJ j 



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ALSO A COMPLETE ROSTER OF CITY AND TOWN OFFICERS. POPULA- 
TION, VALUATION, DEBT, TAX RATE; NATIONAL AND STATE 
GOVERNMENTS; COUNTY OFFICERS; COURTS, BANKS, 
INSURANCE COMPANIES, RAILROADS 5 , NEWS- 
PAPERS, AND GENERAL STATISTICS RE- 
LATING TO THE COMMONWEALTH. 



No. 5— June, 1899. 



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WORCESTER. 

F. S. BLANCHARD & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, 

Boston Office, 144 Hanover Street. 

PRICE. $3.00. 

Copyright, 1890. 



JLyvUUtlU INCORPORATED ! 85 I . 

The Massachusetts 

Iflotiial Life Insurance Co. 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

John A. Hall, Pres. Hear y S. Lee, Vice-Pres. Henry M. Phillips, Sec. 

TEN YEARS' PROGRESS. 

Per cent. 
1888. 1898. Gains. of Gains. 

Premium Income. ...... $1,6(>7,?j 13.71 $4.10U>25.85 $£,434, 382. 14 I45.1.W 

Income from Interest and Rents, 4«3.205.»"j U42,"648.40 479,443.15 I03.;>I 



TOTAL. 



. . 82,l»>.74H.ur, r>,lMl,r)?l.:.'r» $2,913,825.29 lUCIn 



Assets 

Amount Insured, 
Surplus,, . . . 



$9,565,522.65 $22,035,448.27 $12,469,925.62 130,36 

49,480,584.00 115,678,483.00 6»"»,1 ( .)7 .809.00 133.79 

755,527.01 1,959,503.16 1,203.975.55 159.36 



Since its organization The Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company has 
paid toits policy -holders, 

In IJfCJitli Claims, $17,357 ,733.70. Einlowiiu'ats Matured, #2,956.503.00. 
Divide, mis, $S,259,757*85i 

Assets I»ec. 31,1898, $22,035,448.27. ■ Liabilities, $20,075,945.11. 

Surplus, $1^059,503.10. 

Directors of The Massachusetts Mutual* Life Insurance Co. 

Julius 11. Appleton, Manufacturer; Henry S. Hyde, Hanker: N. C. Newell. Man- 
ufacturer: Lewis J. Powers, Manufacturer; John A. Hall, President or the Com- 
pany; Henry S. Lee, Vice-President of the Company: Henry M. Phillips, Secretary 
of the Company ; ("has. S. Wat-burton. Supt. Loan Dopt. of the Company, Spring- 
Held, Mass. Win. W. McClench, Counsel of the Company, Chicopee, Mass. John S. 
Tilney, Capitalist, Orange. N. J, John P. Anderson, Jr., Paper Dealer, New York, 
NyY. Edward A. Groesbeck, Hanker, Albany, N. Y. John R. Red field, Hanker, 
Hartford, Conn. P. C. Cheney, Manufacturer; Ceo. H. Chandler, Banker. Manc'n s- 
ter. N. H. Edwin D. Metcalf, Treas. I). M, Osborne Co., Auburn, N. Y. John K. 
Marshall. Manufacturer, Brookiine, Mass. Albert E. P. While, D, M. Perry & Co., 
Detroit, Mich. J. Edwin Smith, Manufacturer. Worcester, Mass. Charles S. Melleu, 
Railroad President, St. Paul, Minn. 



JA3MEJS Iv. JOHNSON, 

GENERAL AGEf*«T, 
SPRIWGFSELD, MASS. 

Boston Office, 31 Milk Street, P. C. Sanborn, Manager. 






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FITT@I^IEIvI>, MA88, 



OFFICERS: 

WILLIAM R. PLUNKETT, President. 

JAMES M. BARKER, Vice-President. 

JAMES W. HULL, Secretary and Treasurer. 



Thomas G. Carson, 
William R. Plunkett, 
George D. Plunkett, 
James M. Barker, 
James W. Hull, 
J.yF. A. Adams, 



DIRECTORS 

Henry W. Taft ., 
Justin Dewey, 
Wellington Smith, 
Frank W. Russell, 
Frank H. Wright, 
W.B. Plunkett, 



George H. Tucker, 
A. C. Houghton, 
Theodore L. Poineroy, 
W. Murray Crane, 
Walter F. Hawkins, 
Frank Weston. 



F. J. FOBS, Genera! Agent, 

40 Water St., Boston, Mass. 

W. H. DYER, General Agent, 

40 Water St., Boston, IVSass. 

HAMER & STONE, GENERAL AGENTS, 

Company's Building, Pittsfield, SVIass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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LIFE ASSURANCE CO 



A. 0. BULLOCK, President ami Treasurer. 
TKOS. II. GAGE, Vice-President. 



1IENKY M. WITTER, Secretary 
WILLIAM E. STAUIl, Actuary. 



WORCESTER, MASS. 



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RATIO OF ASSETS TO LIABILITIES, 1111 TO lOOO 



Aunual Dividends of Surplus. Claims pr>id on proof of death. Policy Contract 
simple and liberal. No needless restrictions or useless technicalities. 

No Massachusetts Life Company Ever Failed, 

This Company paid all the Death Claims of the first forty-five years from the 
interest earned by its invested funds. 



GENERAL AGENTS. 

WILLIAMS & JONES, - 

F. F. HOPKINS, ----- 

J. C. RANSEHOUSEN, - - 



Boston 

Worcester 

Springfield 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE TWO PtlW FORMS 
OF ANNUITY BONOS 



ISSUIiD OXLY BY THE 



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Of Philadelphia, Pa., are being purchased by the most conservative 
buyers. It will cost you nothing to receive a Specimen, and may 
save you considerable money, if at any time you decide to provide 
a Life Income for yourself or any member of your family. Every- 
thing desirable in Life insurance is embodied in these Bonds, which 
are Free from Taxation. Issued in amounts from $1,000 to 
$100,000. Incontestable from date of issue. 



If you would like to see one of these Contracts 
containing every detail, send a letter or pos- 
tal as follows : 

Please send a specimen, Form Iv, of the New Penn Mu- 
tual Annuity Bonds, with the understanding I am under no 
obligation further than to examine the same. My birthday was the 

day of 18 . The age of beneficiary 

to whom Life Income would be payable in event of my death was 

last birthday. 

Name 

Address 



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29 MILK ST., BOSTON. 







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ADVERTISEMENTS. 
PROTECTION A.ND PROFIT. 



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Fikst-Class ENDOWMENT or Life 
INSURANCE, you should investigate 

The Provident Life & Trust Co. 

OF PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

Its POLICY has no superior. It gives Annual Cash Dividends. Cash. SUK- 
BENDEK Values and Paid-up Insurance. 

ITS KATKS AKE LOVVEK than any other first-class old-line companies— 
over 8123,000,000 insurance now in force. 

It is endorsed by thousands of representative business men of this Common- 
wealth, and is worthy of your careful investigation. 



Financial Condition 1st Mtmtli 1st. 1800. 

Assets 1st Month 1st. 1809 . $37,395,017.01 

Liabilities 1st Month 1st, 1899 3-2,143.51l).21 

Surplus to policy-holders (-1 per cent. Standard) ....... 5,251,476.80 

40,523 Policies Outstanding, insuring ,. 122,735,550.00 

For further particulars address or call on 

W. A. BAILEY, General Agent 

FOR CENTRAL MASS. 
518 Main St., Knowles Building, Rooms 26, 27, 28, Worcester, Mass. 



L. V. BAII/EY. 

B. T. I'KTTENGILL. 
K. C. OILMAN. 



} i G. K. HOLWAY. 

}- Special Agents.- L. P. STRONG. 

\ { F. S. CAUPJSNTEK. 



BLAND MUTUAL 

Insurance Company, 

Post Office Square, Boston, Wlass, 



Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, 
Liabilities, . 



$2,292,335.40 
25,816,738.19 

$28,109,073.59 



All forms of Life and Endowment policies issued. 

Annual Cash distributions are paid upon all policies. 

Every policy has endorsed thereon the cash surrender and paid-up insurance 
values to which the insured is entitled by the Massachusetts Statute. 

Pamphlets, rates, and values, for any age sent on application to the Company's 
Office. 



BENJ. F. STEVENS. President. 
S. F. TRULL. Secretary. 



ALFRED D. FOSTER, Vice-Pres. 
WM. B. TURNER, Asst. Secy. 









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Fire Insurance Company, 



SALEM, JV1ASS., 
Room 7, Peabody Block, Washington St, 

Cash Assets, Jean. 1, 1899, 
Liabilities, Jan, 1, 1899, 



Incorporated 

1838. 



$98,321.42. 
44,638.45. 



Permanent Fund, 



S52 9 580.6G. 



70 per cent. Return Premiums on 5-Year Policies. 
40 per cent. Return Premiums on 3-Year Policies. 
20 per cent, Return Premiums on 1-Year Policies. 



HOWARD S. PORTER, President and Treasurer. 
BENJAMIN L. FABENS, Secretary. 



Ag-enfs in the 
Principal Cifie* 
and Towns. 



sex Mutual 



Middlesex mu 

Fire Insurance Company 



CONCORD, MAS^, 

Cash Assets, 
Liabilities, 



Incorporated March 3, 
18'20. 



8650,368.02. 
361,660.02. 



Permanent Fund, $327,532.84. 



70 per cent. Return Premiums on 5- Year Policies. 
50 per cent, on 3-Year Policies. INSURES in 

25 per cent, on 1-Year Policies. Massachusetts Only, 



RICHARD F. BARRETT, President and Treasurer. 
JOHN S. KEYES, Vice-President. 
ADAMS TOLMAN. Secretary. 

Agents in every City ami Town, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



homer g. giliviore, 
nsurance. 

Life, Accident and Employers 1 Liability, Travelers' Insurance Company of 
Hartford. Conn. Fire Insurance. Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Company, 
New York Underwriters' Agency of New York, N. Y., and Royal Exchange Assur- 
ance Corporation of Loudon. England. Surety Bonds. City Trust, Safe Deposit & 
Surety Company of Philadelphia, Pa. 

425 Main St., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

GEORGE N. HACAR, 



SPECIALTIES IN 



FIRE INSURANCE. 

Personal attention given to Mill, and 
Corporation Property anywhere In 
New England. 

7 W r ntor St., BOSTOX, A1ASS. 
Room 407. Telephone 1755 

Massachusetts Title ' CAP,T ^ 
Insurance Company. ' $300 f 000. 

Examines and Guarantees Titles 
to Real Estate,— ^^^ 

Devonshire Building, 1 94 Washington St., BOSTON. 

Telephones: Office, 13*30. Boston; Residence, 82-4, Wobnrn. 

JAMES R. WOOD, 

DETECTIVE AGENCY, 

The Pioneer Agency of New England. 

257 Washington St., BOSTON, MASS. Hi*M b,.ii<u,,s, itoo.» 5.' 

This, Agency Is prepared to undertake all legitimate detective business for cor- 
porations, companies or individuals. All business strictly confidential. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 

he Rttsburg Bridgi 

PITTSBURG, PA. 

Designing Engineers and Manufacturers of 



Buildings and Bridges. .. 



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PLANS km ESTATES FumI ftS£ct.ve Buyers 



COLLINS & NORTON, 

New England Agents, 

SPRINGFIELD, S¥!ASS 

The rVietallic Guide Board Co., 
Springfield, IWIass. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Crompton & Knuwles 'lisonrVUKs 

WORCESTER, MASS., and PROVIDENCE, R. I. 



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WORCESTER, MASS. 

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PLATE IRON WORK. 

OFFICE : WORKS : 

65 Green Street. Green, Plymouth and Washington Streets. 

Worcester, Mass. 



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L A. HASTINGS, CUSTOM HARNESS MAKER 



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STABLE and CARRIAGE FURNISHINGS. 

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E. B. Stoddard, H. N. Leach, J. W. Bishop, 

Pres. Asst. Treas. and Sec. • Treas. and Gen. M^r. 



J. W. BISH 



GENERAL 
CONTRACTORS, 



AND MANUFACTURERS OF 
ALL KINDS OF 



(FIRST-CLASS INTERIOR FISH, 



Bank, Store and Office .Fittings, 

GAB/NET WORK 
AND ARCHITECTURAL /RON-WORK. 



OFFICES AND FACTORY, 

Ho. 1 07 Foster Street, Worcester, lass. 



PROVIDENCE, R. I., No. 417 Butler Exchange. 

BOSTON, MASS., No. 408 Exchange Building. 

MONTREAL, P. Q., No. 34 Canada Life Building. 



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W. H. Saxvvkk, President. 



P. VV. Wood, Treasurer. 



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Roofing Tin, Copper, Zine and Solder, Con- 
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Woodworks, Wheels, Spokes, Rims and Shafts, Carriage-makers* and 
Blacksmiths* Supplies* Agents for Wm. Jessop & Son's Steel ; La Belle Cast 
Steel. 

r»ORTALS^15 FORGES. 

Junction of Bridge, fflechanie and poster Streets, 



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A. M. EVANS, 

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JRonamental Work of Every Kind. 

Special Designs and Estimates to Order. 



QUARRIES, FITZWILLIAM, N. FI. 

Steam Marble Works, 1 3 1 Geniral Street, Worcester, Mass, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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^•Builders of#= 



Drilling Machines <& Engine Lathes, 
Worcester, Mass. U.S.A. 



ESTABLISHED 1372, 



INCORPORATED IS96 



CATALOGUES FREE. 



ESTABLISHED 1850. 



Arcade Malleable Iron Co., 



WARREN McFARLAND & CO. 



MALLEABLE IRON 
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Opposite Union Passenger Station, 

Geo. B. Buckingham, Prop. WORCESTER, MASS. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 

TABER 

ORGAN CO 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Parlor and Chapel Organs. 



All Styles of Organs In Oak and Walnut Cases, from a handsome 5- Octave 
Parlor Organ for $100 to tlio 'full-volume Vesl ry Organ, with four- 
teen Stops, from .$'200 to .$250. The Export Trade of the Tabor 
Organs is among the largest in the country. 

Office and Wareroom, 19 Union Street, Worcester, Mass., U, S. A, 



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DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE SENT ON APPLICATION, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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SSSSS , aB. rf i£;SSr: .".TT! j» PATENT screw wrenches. 

The licsl Made and the Strongest Wrench in the Market. 

Office: Coes Square, - Worcester, Matts. 

HILL DRYER COMPANY, 



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Manufacturers of 



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Glotbes 



FOR YARD and 
BALCONY USE. 



HILL'S STEEL CRANE 
BALCONY DRYERS.... 

CHAMPION DRYERS 
FOR THE YARD 

Universal Rotary Ash Sifters. 

Hili^Dryer Co., Worcester, Mass. 




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ADVERT! S 10M ISNTS. 



Ed win T. Marble, Pres. ami Treas. Edwin II. Marble, Vice-Pres. 

William C. Marble, See. Chas. F. Marble, Cashier. Albert C. Marble, Supt. 



CURTIS & MARBLE MACHINE 00., 



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Manufacturers of Wool Burring, Picking and Mixing Machinery, Cloth Fin- 



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ishing Machinery, for Cotton, Woolen, Worsted and Flax Goods, 
Velvets, Plushes, Corduroys, Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Etc. <£ ■£> <£ 

56 gambridge $U near OJebsfer $q M Worcester, !Ha$$. 









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WORCESTER, MASS. 

Branches at Atlanta, Ga. ; Chicago, Ills.; New 
York, N. Y.. Philadelphia, Pa.; and Portland, 
Oregon. 

Established in 1851, and incorporated in 1872, 
with a present capital stock of $700,01)0, this 
company has unexcelled facilities for the 
prompt execution of orders- large or small— 
for 

LEATHER BELTING 

Of all widths, plies or weight. 
Your specillcation for estimates solicited, 



taton % Hnidbt 

manufacturing Co., 
Oak Leather Tanners 

. . . AND . . . 

BELT * MAKERS, 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



27 



COATES CLIPPER MFG. CO., 




237 Chandler St., 

Worcester, Mass. 



Manufacturers of 

Coates' Pateiit Ball Bearing Clippers, 

Hand and Power, in Great Variety, 
For Barbers and Horsemen, also 
& «* „* Coates* Patent Nail Cutter and Cleaner. 




This is our Duplex Clipper, made in four sizes, right and left hand, jointed 
and bent. Warranted the Easiest Running yet made. 



COATES' CHAMPION FLEXIBLE SHAFT. 

Carefully Constructed. Least Possible Friction. 




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American Gar Sprinkler Co. ^-as^we*. 

Alfrctf J human, I reus. 
Frank I). Perry 
iter*, JVIass. 



(Incorporated.) Frank I>. Perry, Gt 

M«in Office: 416 JVlain St., WofeesteK, JVIass. 




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28 

J. M. BASSETT. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. M. BASSETT. 



JonruoM & BdSSETT, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Wool-Spinning Paefeinery 



Cot*, of poster and Bridge Streets, 



WORCESTER, IVIASS, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 29 

fl ftECOftP • • • 

In 1898 the graduating class of Becker's 
Business College numbered eighty-three. 
Of this number six returned to the school for 
an additional course; seven have not taken 
situations, but all the others have secured 
good positions. Of those who returned to 
school several have since taken situations, 
i and a number of those who have not were 
given opportunities to do so. 



IN ADDITION 



We have placed about forty of this year's 
pupils, and have been obliged to pass .more 
than forty opportunities, as pupils were not 
ready. 



A H&tuFal Deduction. . 



The young person who would succeed 
should select a school in which to prepare for 
business life whose pupils are thoroughly 
fitted, which has the confidence of the busi- 
ness public, and whose pupils are in demand. 
While Becker's College does not promise 
situations, it places more pupils than all 
others together. Send for catalogue. 



Becker's Business College, 

Worcester, Mass. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 

E. W. COFFIN, 



Manufacture v of 
and Dealer in 



STORE FIXTURES, 

Safes, Scales, Soda Fountains, 
Refrigerators, Butchers' Tools, etc. 

Salesroom, 258 Main St., Worcester, Mass. Factory, 166 Union St. 



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ROYAL STEAH HEATER CO., 



Manufacturers 
of the 



GARDNER, MASS. 

w ROYAL HEATER 



Heating Contractors, 
and Dealers in Steam Fitters' Supplies. 



SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 



I. II. Wiley, Pre 



I. II. llK.<;tNs, Tresis. 



higgins & gifford eon hfg. go. 




Designers and Guilders of 
Yachts, Sail Boats, Row Boats, Yawls, Life Boats and Steam 

Launches. 

We have built 5,300 boats of different lands: 
267 for the United States Government. 



Send for Catalogue. 



Parker Street, GLOUCESTER, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 31 



WYMAN & GORDON, 

Worcester, Mass., 

Makers of Ail Kinds of LIGHT and HEAVY 

Not Exceeding 100 Lbs. Weight. 



EQUIPMENT INCLUDES ALL KINDS OF 

Forging and Die Making Machines, Hydraulic Forging 
Presses, Drop Hammers, Steam Hammers, Helve Ham- 
mers, Rolling Machines and Special Forging Machines. 









ifcfe^: WORCESTER ELECTROTYPE 









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ADVERTISE M ENTS. 



MILNE & CHALMERS, 




Quarry Owners 
and Manufacturers of 



FINE 

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STATUARY, Etc. 



- Office 
an<i Works 



QUINCY, MASS. 



Near (£uincy Adams Station. 
Telephone 62-2. 



BRANCH OFFICES AND YARDS: 



24 West Main Street, North Adams, and 19 Florence Street, Worcester. 

We* manufacture from all the leading Domestic Granites, Quiney, Westerly, Mil- 
ford, Barre, Troy, Concord, Millstone Point, Oak Mill, and import all the leading 
Foreign Granites, Scotch, English, Irish, German. Swedish, ete. 

I §3 sir iyiyi&? vhta h ill is^ iMJiiii 



INCORPORATED 1848. 



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Deposits, 

Guarantee Fund and 
Profit and Loss, 



$1,815,000 
I 25,000 



Real Estate Loans Solicited. 



R. H. COLE, President. JOHN A. HALL, Treasurer. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




DR. SPRINGER'S Method 
Builds up the System, Clears 
the Brain, is Safe, Sure, 
Permanent, 

"1 am a new man." 1 
"I feci like a boy again." 
'1 haven't the least de- 
sire tor liquor." 

These are the verdicts 
of hundreds after a three 



atmeut. 



Somerville Sanitarium. 

46 Broadway, Somerville, 

Mass. 
C. TT. CRANE, President. 
K. H. MARSH, Treasurer. 
Hon. GEORGE A. BRUCE, 
A. F. CARPENTER, and 
the officers, Directors! 
N. A. SPRINGER, M. D-, 

Medical Director. 
HENRY HULL, M. D., 

Physician. 



THE SPRINGER SANITARIUMS IN NEW ENGLAND. 

40 Broadway, Somervillo, Mass. 148 Broad St., Lynn, Mass. 12 Walnut St., Wolmrn, 
Mass. 7!> Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. Canaan, N. II. 105 State St., Bangor, Me. 

E>. Jv. Jo^lin. «§£ €2o. 9 

CLOTHING AND DRESS FORMS, 

WAX FIGURES,' 

NICKEL AND BRASS FIXTURES 

For Display Windows aud Store Interiors for all kinds 

of business. 

£&3&. Office and Salesroom, 66 Summer St., Boston. 

WM.L.LOCKHART&CO., 

Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in 

Casket^ Ooffii.-^8^ 9 

Robes and Undertakers' Furnishing Goods. 



Hearses Kuru i>li«'<l (o Undertakers at all times. 



49 Staniford Street, 

Factory at East Cambridge. 



Boston. 



Telephone Connection. 



34 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Recreation that Recreates. 



Try a Vacation in the 



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Take the Delightful Ocean Sail from Boston and visit 

NOVA SCOTIA, 

The land of bright clays and coo] nights, of surpassing scenery and romantic 
legend— the land of honest hospitality, and delightfully low rates for board. 

When you go be sure and travel by the finely-equipped steamers BOSTON and 
YARMOUTH of 



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These splendid ships sail from LEWIS VTIIAllF- at 12 o'clock noon every TUESDAY 
and FRIDAY during the year, and from July 1st to October 15th every MONDAY, 
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, reaching Yarmouth early next morning and 
making close connections by train and hotit for all points of the Provinces. 

Splendid steel sidewheel steamer City of Monticello sails from Yarmouth every 
Saturday morning after arrival of boat from Boston for Halifax and intermediate 
ports. During the summer this steamer makes two trips a week. 

Tickets sold and baggage checked through. 

Handsomely illustrated guide-book. "'Beautiful Nova Scotia" (is ( .n>), free at 
offices, or sent on receipt of (*> cents by mail, for Staterooms, Descriptive Folders 
and other information, address or apply to 

H. F. HAMMOND, Agent, 
Yarmouth Steamship Co. (Limited), 43 Lewis Wharf, BOSTON, MASS. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



35 



W. G. Matlock, i 



*^i^ <=*! ill Uki Ersl 

i2£ in r^- ■■~»~-* fl ^- rw* 



IVIANUFACTURER. 



126 Canal Street, BOSTON. 




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C.-H. BATCHELDER & CO, 

Manufacturers of 

FLAGS, TEPJTS, 
Awnings, Wagon Covers, 

DROWN MICK WATERPROOF HORSE 
COVERS AND BOOTS. 

Also, Canvas from 1 to 12 feet wide for lioolintr, Canoes 
Tarpaulins, Wa^on Tops, Ac. 

Telephone, Boston :i">C.K. 

135 State St., cor. India St., Boston, Mass. 



£^ SNOW GUARDS 

will keep the snow from sliding from your roof. 

We also handle James Godfrey Wilson's Blinds and Awnings. 

- 



FOLSOIV1 SNOW GUARD CO., 

DEPT, B, BOSTON, MASS. 

RALPH A. QUI M BY, 

Landscape Architect 

AND CIVIL ENGINEER. 

Plans and Surveys for Development of Public anil Private grounds. Designs and 
Estimates furnished. 

Office, 828 Exchange Bldg., Boston, Mass. 



36 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

| JAMES L. STANDISH, 1 



BOELOliO MATERIALS, 



"5 - 

I Cabinet Making and Interior Finish. | 

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^ &nr*Special Attention given to Detailed £ 

£ Work. 5: 

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| 196A FREEPORT ST., DORCHESTER. £ 

UNION CORNICE^^ " 

Sheet rietal Workers and Roofers. 

COPPER AND GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES, 
Cutters, Conductors, Skylights, Bay Windows, Etc. 

SLATE, TIN, COPPER, TAR AND GRAVEL ROOFING. 
Repairing of All Kinds promptly attended to. 



7 1-2 Appleton St., 



BOSTON. 



WALWORTH MFG. CO., 

„ 16 to 24 Oliver St., BOSTON. 

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS FOR EXTINGUISHING FIRES. 

GAS MACHINES KOIt LIGHTING PUBLIC IIUILIHNGS, HOTELS, EACTOKIES 
RESIDENCES, ETC., 

Wrought iron Pipes and Fittings. 

Steam Pumps, Boilers and Engines, Steam and Water Gauges. 

Die Plates, Pipe Tonj?s, Pipe Wrenches, Etc. Hydrants, Stand Pipes, Tiro Hose. 
Fire Pails, and a, general assortment at Supplies for Steam, (Jus and Water. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Oaiiionii Firs and Police Harms 

USED IN EIGHT HUNDRED AND FIFTY CITIES AND TOWNS. 



I 



Catalogues and Estimates cheerfully furnished, 



Address THE GAMEWELL FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH CO,, 

178 Devonshire Street, BOSTON. 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL 

FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Office: 673 Massachusetts Ave., cor. Inman St., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

INCORPORATED 1833. 
The safest class of property insured anywhere in New England. 



DANA W. HYDE, President, 



ALFRED L. BARBOUR, Secretary. 



A. W. BANISTER, 

Mechanical Expert in the 
REMOVAL OF SHAVINGS, DUST, LINT AND ODORS. 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 

BLOWERS { 

and I 

EXHAUST FANS, I 




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Dust Separators, 



H|%^t'*^ 






Piping, Galvanized Sheet Steel Hoods, Automatic Furnace 
Feeders, and Blast Gates. 



Office and Works, 35 Wareham St., Boston. 



38 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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BOSTON 



Alstlca your 
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QUINGY HOUSE 



CENTRALLY LOCATED. 



EXCELLENT TABLE. 



500 ROOMS. 



European plan, Si. CO per day and up. 

American plan, S2.50 per day and up. 



AD V BUT I SEME N TS. 



39 



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BROADWAY CENTRAL HOTEL, NEW YORK, 




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BROADWAY CENTRAL HOTEL, 
NEW YORK. 

The regular tariff of Charges : 
For Room only - 
" " and Board - 
" Single Meals, .... 
Rooms with Parlor or Bath, extra. 



Midway between Italtery and Cen- 
tral Park. 

This I in me use Properly is one of 
the Ureat Hotels of (he >Voi id. 

LOCATION UNSURPASSED. 

The New Rapid Transit Cable 
Lines passing the doors run the 
entire length of Broadway from 
the Battery to Central Park. 
passing all the fashional.de 
stores, theatres, and the princi- 
pal attractions of the City, 

Send for Maps and Circulars. 

UNITED STATES HOTEL, 
BOSTON. 

- $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 
82.50, $3.00 and $3.50 
75 eents. 



German American . House, 

HcwIy Renovated. « Centrally Located. * Steam fieat. 

JOSEPH SAUER, Proprietor. * 
Nos. 35, 37 and 39 MECHANIC STREET, 

the Onlv German American fiousc j> \* rri «*,««*.*,«*. rc\^~~ 

In the City. «««««* &* & UJopecster, mass. 



ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. PRICES REASONABLE. 



LINCOLN HOUSE. 



American and European Pla 



Central Location. 



F- tU. TROLUBRIDGE, Proprietor*. 

Headquarters for Comm ercial Travelers. 

CORNER MAIN AND ELM STREETS, 
WORCESTER, MASS. 



40 



CJIAS. D. BUR RAGE, 
R«\s blent Vice-President. 



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OF NEW YORK 



Largest in the World. 
Organized 1884. 



Capital, $2,500,000. 



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NEW BUILDING 

OK THE COMPANY, 

100 It road way, Nov York. 

ELIPHAIiKT F. I'lIILBKICK 

Attorney. 



If you have occasion to GIVE A IJOND, telephone, 
call upon or write us. We are accepted ;is solk 
surety, and can execute your bond at si«ht. 

We can also arrange— by wire, if desired— for the! 
execution of bonds anywhere in the United States. 

Probate. Commercial. Court. Contract. Fidelity. 

BOSTON OFFICE, FISKE BUILDING, 
89 State Street. 

Wallace 11. Ham, Manager. 



United States Hotel, 



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Beach 

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E£ ^}:}^tli^IS'H only from the 

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^F^™^>£^ Union 



and easily accessible from all parts of the city by electric railroad service. A ^ood, 
comfortable home, combining; excellent table and reasonable rates. Send for Maps 
and Circulars. 

Also Broadway Central Hotel, 
New York. 



TILLY HAYNES, 



PROPRIETOR. 



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Washington's Birthday, Thursday, February 22, 1900. 
"Patriots* Day," Thursday, April 19, 1900. 
Memorial Day, Wednesday, May :50, 191K). 
Independence Day, Tuesday, .July 4, 1*99. 
Labor Day, first Monday in September (1th). 

Thanksgiving Day (by appointment), probably Thursday, Nov. 23, 1899. 
Christmas Day, Monday, December 25, 1899. 

When the 22d of February, the :50th of May. the 19th of April, the 4th of July or 
the 25th of December occurs on Suuday, the following day shall be a holiday. 



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PREFACE. 



With this issue— No. 5— the Massachusetts Year Book adopts new features 
and becomes the Massachusetts Year Book and Business Directory, neces- 
sitating a doubling in number of pages, and, as we believe, many times that increase 
in usefulness as a book of reference. Ever since the first number the publishers 
have felt that to make it satisfactory and complete, it should contain a list of all 
the business houses in the State; but the undertaking seemed so formidable, and 
the obstacles so great, that not until the present volume have long-cherished plans 
been realized. That Massachusetts alone, of all the New England States, should 
be without a State Business Directory seemed almost incredible, and with a firm 
belief in the ultimate success and popularity of such a hand-book, the work was 
begun with earnestness and prosecuted with vigor. The result is before you. 

To begin at the very beginning, collect through personal canvass, classify, 
arrange in alphabetical order and print nearly two hundred thousand names of 
professional and business firms in three hundred and fifty-three cities and towns. 
including the great city of Boston, has been no mean task. That it has been faith- 
fully and conscientiously performed we positively assert. That it is not perfect we 
admit. That some names may be misspelled, or even overlooked entirely, is doubt- 
less true. That it will compare favorably with other works of similar nature we 
feel sure, and invite critical examination. It may be a surprise to many that so 
much material is contained in so small a volume. To these we would say that it 
is none the less complete; the type is exceedingly small, though distinct; the 
paper thin and compact; a mechanical study of condensation has been made, and 
useless repetitions have been avoided. Every business house will be found entered 
under at least one heading, and where necessary render several. Towns and cities 
are arranged alphabetically, and the entire business interests of each can be seen 
at a glance. Thus we have practically three hundred and fifty- three directories in 
one compact volume. All the most valuable features of the old book have been 
retained, though in still smaller space than before, and we invite a careful perusal 
of the Table of Contents for matters of general information concerning the Com- 
monwealth. Especially would we call to notice the historical article on Guberna- 
torial Elections, by ex-Senator Alfred S. Roe, as a record of rare value to those 
who follow the political fortunes of the State. The record of Massachusetts 
volunteers in the late Spanish War is the only complete and trustworthy compila- 
tion of these events as applied to our own State yet published. As a directory of 
public officials— National, State, County, City and Town— the Year Book has 
always occupied an exclusive field, and in this respect the present volume is even 
more perfect than before. 

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INDEX. 



Abbreviations, Explanation of 241 
Accessible Banking Points, 209 
Accounts of County Officers, Com- 
missioners of 141 
Adjutant General, 172 
Administrators, Public 119 
Advent, State Organization 200 
Adventists, Seventh Day, Head- 
quarters, 200 
Agency, U. S. Pension 93 
Agent, State Pension 143 
Aggregates, Tables of 166-171 
Agriculture, State Board of 140 
Agricultural Societies, 140 
Aid, State, Commissioners of 143 
Aid, the Volunteer 186 



See under each City head 
218 



Aldermen. 
Almshouse, State 
Arbitration and Conciliation, 

Commissioners of 141 

Area of Counties, 171 
Area of Towns and Cities, 166-171 

Armories and Arsenals, IT, S. 126 

Armories, Commissioners of 141 

Army Officers, U. S. in Muss. 94 

Arsenals and Armories, U. S. 126 
Articles and Occupations Subject 

to Tax, 94 
Artillery, See Military 
Assayer of Liquors, State 142 
Assessors, See each Town or City head 
Associate Justices Supreme Judi- 
cial Court, 128 
Associate Justices Superior Court, 128 
Associations, Societies, etc., 187 
Asylums, Number of Inmates in 221 
Attorneys. District 129 
Attorney General (Mass.), 137 
Attorney General (U. S.), H $ 
Attorney U. S., for Dist. Mass. 127 
Auditor of Accounts (State), 137 
Ballot Law. Commissioners of 141 
Banks, in Mass. 201 
Banks, Savings, Commissioners 143 
Bank Examiners, 201 
Bankruptcy Law, National 185 
Bankruptcy, Referees in 127 
Baptist, State Convention, 200 
Banking Points, Accessible 209 
Bar Examiners, 142 
Barnstable County Officers, 159 
Berkshire County Officers. 159 
Blind, Mass. School for the 219 
Board of Agriculture, 140 
Boards and Commissioners, State 140 
Board of Civil Service Examiners, 

U. S. 94 

Board of Education. 141 

Board of Health. State 141 

Board of Charity, 141 

Board of Insanity, 141 
Boards of Trade, 

See City and Town Register 
Boiler Inspectors, " 122 
Boston Board of Police Commis- 
sioners, 142 
Boston Carriage Fares, 223 
Boston, Pilot Commissioners for 

the Port of 142 

Boston Transit Commissioners, 142 

Bristol County Officers, 160 

Bureau, Dairy • 142 



76 



201 
184 
223 
200 
123 
142 
105 
221 
166-171 



141 
222 



Bureau, Weather 
Cabinet of the United States 
Cadets, See Military 

Calendar for 1899-1900, 42 

Capital of National Batiks, 
Capitals of States and Territories, 
Carriage Fares in Boston, 
Catholic Dioceses, 
Cattle Inspectors, 
Cattle Commissioners, 
Caucuses. Laws Concerning 
Causes of Pauperism, 
Census of 1895. 
Chairmen of Town and City' Com- 
mittees; 106 
Chancery, Masters in 159-165 
Charitable Institutions, State 221 
Charity, State Board of 
Charlestown State Prison, 
Chief Justice Supreme Judicial 

Court. 
Chief Justice Superior Court, 
Chief Justice U. S. Supreme 

Court. 
Children's Hospital Cottages, 
Chu rch Organizations. 
Church Members, Number of 
Circuit Judges U. S. Courts, 
City Elections, Date of 

See under each City head 
City, Melrose to become a 223 

Citv Officers. See under each City head 
Cities, Pop. of New England 97 

Cities and Towns in order of Pop- 
ulation, 96 
Citizenship, Rights of 
City and Town Register, 
Civil Officers, Commissioners to 

Qualify 
Civil Service. Commissioners of 
Civil Service Examiners, U. S. 

Board of * 
Clerks of Courts. 
Clerk Supreme Judicial Court, 
Clergymen, See City and Town Register 
Climate and Crop, Weather Service. 76 
Collectors of Internal Revenue, 94 

Colored People in New England 

States, 97 

Collectors of Customs, 86 

Colleges and Schools, 199 

Commander-in-Chief. 172 

Commissioners, County 159-165 

Common Councilmen; 

See under each City head 



128 
128 

127 

219 
200 
200 
127 



98 

21 1 

118 
112 

94 
129 
128 



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Commissioners of Deed 
Commissioners of Deeds 

Massachusetts, 
Commissioners to Qualifv Civil 

Officers, 
Commissioners, Railroad 
Commissioners, Special 
Commissioners. United States 
Commissions. State Boards and 
Communicants. Number of 
Conciliation. Commissioners of 

Arbitration and 
Congress, 

Congregational Headquarters, 
Congressional Districts, 
Consuls, Foreign, in Mass. 
Consumptives' Hospital 



115 

117 



118 
141 
159-165 
127 
140 
264 

141 
88 

200 
99 
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INDEX. 



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Construction, State House, Com- 
missioners of 143 
Constables, See each Town, or City head 
Coroners, See Medical Examiners 
Corporations, Commissioners of 142 
Correction, Masters of Houses of 159- 105 
Cost of New State House, 144 
Cotton Manufactures of N. E. 224 
Councilor Districts, 100 
Councilors, Executive 137 
County Accounts, Commissioners 

of 141 

County Commissioners, 159-1(55 

County Commissioners' Meetings, 159- 1*5;"; 
County Officers, 159-165 

County Seats, I59-lt>f> 

County Treasurers, 159-165 

Courts, 127-136 

Supreme Court (U. S.), 127 

Circuit Court of Appeals (U. S.). 127 
Circuit Court (U. S.), 127 

District Court (U. S.), 127 

Police and Municipal, 132 

District, 133 

Superior Court. 128 

Supreme Judicial Court (State), 128 
Probate and Insolvency, 131 

Court of Registration. 131 

Customs Districts in Mass. 86 

Daily and Weekly Newspapers, 211 

Dairy Bureau. 342 

Deaths, Conspicuous, in 1898, 72 

Deaths in Spanish War, 177 

Deeds, Commissioners of 115 

Deeds. Registers of 159-165 

Delegates, Territorial, in Con- 
gress, 93 
Democratic State Committee, 109 
Denominational State Organiza- 
tions, See Church Organizations 
Dentistry, Board of Registration in 142 
Department Directory of State 

House, 144 

Deposits in Savings Banks, 2C6 

Deputy Sheriffs. 159-165 

Destination of Immigrants, 222 

Detectives, State 122 

Directory of the State House, 146 

Disasters of Shipping on Mass. 

Coast. 183 

Distinguished Massachusetts Dead, 72 
District Attorneys, 129 

District Courts. 133 

District Judges U. S. Circuit Courts, 127 
District Police, 122 

Districts, Political 99 

Dukes County Officers, 160 

Ear and Eye Infirmary, Mass. 219 

Educational Institutions, 199 

Education, Board of 141 

Elections, City See under each City head 

184 

142 
146 
200 
219 
160 
142 
94 
120 
145 

95 

241 

76 



Elections. State, Time of Holding 
Electric Light and Gas, Commis- 
sioners of 
Employees of State, Directory of 
Episcopal, Diocese of Mass. 
Epileptics, Hospital for 
Essex County Officers, 
Examiners, Bur (State) 
Examiners, U. S. Civil Service 
Examiners, Medical 
Examiners, National Bank 
Executive Heads of Foreign Gov- 
ernments, 
Explanation of Abbreviations, 
Explanation of Weather Signals, 



Exposition, Paris, Commissioners 
of 

Eye and Ear Infirmary, 

Fall River Police Commissioners, 

Farm, State 

Feeble-Minded. Mass. School for 

Federation of Women's Clubs, 

Female Population of N. E., 

Fifty-sixth Congress, 

Fireman's Relief Fund, Commis- 
sioners of 

Fire Marshal, 

Pish, Inspector General of 

Fish and Game Laws, 

Fisheries and Game, Inland, Com- 
missioners of 

Fisheries of N. E. 

Flag Weather Signals, 

Foreign Born in New England 
States, 

Foreign Consuls in Mass., 

Foreign Governments, Executive 
Heads of 

Foreign Mails, Time and Dis- 
tances, 

Foreign Postage, 

Franklin County Officers, 

Fraternal Organizations, 

Free Baptists, Mass. Association, 

Free Delivery Post Offices in Mass. 

Freight Tonnage on Mass. R. Rs. 

Game, Commissioners of Inland 
Fisheries and 

Game and Fish Laws, 

Gas and Electric Light, Commis- 
sioners of 

Gas and Gas Meters, Inspector of 

General Court, Members of 

General Hospital, Mass. 

Government Buildings in Mass. 

Governments,* Executive Heads of 
Foreign 

Governments, State 

Government, Mass. State 

Government. United States 

Governor of Massachusetts, 

Governors of States, 

Governor and Staff. 

Governor, the Legislature, and the 
Volunteer Aid, 

Grade Crossings in Mass. 

Granite Production of N. E. 

Greylock Reservation, Commis- 
sioners of 

Gubernatorial Elections in Mass. 

Hack Fares in Boston, 

Hampden County Officers, 

Hampshire County Officers, 

Harbor and Land Commissioners, 

Heads of Foreign Governments, 
Executive 

Health, State Board of 

Highways, Commissioners of 

Historical Societies, 

Holidays, 

Homoeopathic Hospital. Mass. 

Hospital Cottages for Children, 

Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and 
Inebriates, 

Hospitals, Lunatic 

Hospital, Massachusetts General 

House of Representatives (State), 

House of Representatives, U. S. 

Hours, Office, of City Officials, 

See under each City 

Houses of Correction, Masters of 



143 

219 
142 
218 
219 
190 
97 
88 

142 

142 
142 
217 

142 
224 



95 



78 
161 
195 
264 

80 
210 

142 
217 

142 
142 
137 
219 

79 

95 

184 
137 
88 
137 
184 
172 

186 
210 
224 

142 
65 
223 
161 
162 
142 



141 
142 

187 

42 

219 

219 

219 
218 
219 
138 
90 

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220 



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Chemists use it for delicate professional work. 

Photographers use it for the "bath." 

Confectioners use it in making pure white goods. 

Hotels, restaurants and householders use it to give a keener 
taste and relish to the food supplied, and to avoid the bad ilavor 
from impure water. 

Bottlers use it for making delicate flavors, mineral waters, etc. 
Artificial lithia water is far preferable to any natural brand, as 
well as safer. 

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INDEX. 



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Hydrographic Office. 126 

Immigration Statistics, 222 

Industries of N. E. 224 

Industrial School. 218 

Inebriates, Hospital for Dipsoma- 
niacs and 219 
Infantry, See Military 
Infirmary, Mass. Eye and Ear 219 
Inland Fisheries and Game, Com- 
missioners of 142 
Insane Hospitals, 218 
Insane, Number of 221 
Insanity, State Board of 141 
Inspector General of Fish, 142 
Inspectors, Boiler 122 
Inspectors, Cattle 123 
Inspectors, State 122 
Insolvency Courts, Probate and 131 
Insolvency, Judges Probate and 159 
Insolvency, Register Probate and 159 
Institutions, State Charitable 218 
Institutions. State 218 
Insurance Commissioner. 142 
International Money Orders, 78 
International Money Order Post 

Offices in Mass. 80 

Internal Revenue, 94 

Jailers (County). 159-165 

Judges,. Circuit Courts (XT. S.) 127 

Judges of Probate and Insol- 
vency, 159-165 
Jury Duty. 198 
Justices of the Peace, 

See City and Town Register 
Justices, Police and Municipal 

Courts 132 

Justices, Trial 159-165 

Labor Laws in Brief, 219 

Labor Statistics, Bureau of 142 

Land, Harbor and, Commissioners of 142 

142 
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146 



Law, Ballot. Commissioners of 

Law, National Bankruptcy 

Laws, Naturalization U. S. 

Legal Holidays in Mass.. 

Legislative Committee Rooms. 

Legislative Officers under the Ser 
geant-at-Arms. 

Legislature, Members of 

Legislature. Meeting of 

Libraries. Public. Commissioners of 143 

Library, State, Librarian of 

License. Cities and Towns. 

Lighthouse Districts. 

Life Saving Service. 

Liquors, State Assayer of 

Loan and Trust Companies, 

Lottery Matter, Concerning 

Location of Militia Companies 

Lumber, Surveyor General of 

Lunatic Hospitals, 

Lunatics, Number of 

Lyman and Industrial Schools 

Mail Matter, Classes of 77 

Male Population of New England, i>7 

Male Voters, Number of 166-171 

Map. Topographical Survey and 
Commission 

Marine Barracks. 

Marshals, United States 

Masters in Chancery, 

Masters Houses Correction, 

Massachusetts Federation of 

Women's Clubs, 190 

Massachusetts General Hospital, 219 

Massachusetts Hospital for Con- 
sumptives, 219 



158 
137 
137 



143 

166 171 
95 
183 
142 
205 
79 
176 
142 
218 
221 
21 S 



143 

126 

127 

159-165 

159-165 



Massachusetts in War with Spain, 177 
Massachusetts Post Offices, 80 

Massachusetts Prohibition State 

Committee, 114 

Massachusetts Reformatory, 220 

Massachusetts State Government, 137 
Masters in Chancery, 159-165 

Mayors,' See under each City head 

Medicine. Board of Registration in 142 
Medical Examiners, 120 

Meetings County Commissioners, 159-165 
Meetings of Boards of Aldermen, 

See tinder each City head 
Meetings of Common Councilmen. 

See under each City head 
Meeting of Legislature, 137 

Meetings of School Committee, 

See under each City head 
Meetings, Town, See each Town head 



Melrose to be a City, 

Meters, Gas. Inspector of 

Methodist Conference. 

Metropolitan Park, Commission- 
ers of 

Metropolitan Sewerage, Commis- 
sioners of 

Metropolitan Water Board, 

Middlesex County Officers, 

Military. 

Money Order Post Offices, 

Money Orders, Rates of 

Mortality in Spanish War, 

Municipal and Police Courts, 

Nantucket County Officers, 

National Bauks, 

National Bank Examiners, 

National Bankruptcy Law. 

Native Born in N. E. States, 

Naturalization Laws, 

Nautical Training School, Com- 
missioners of 

Naval Station, Officers of 

New England Cities, Population of 

New England Industries, 

New England Spates, Population of 



223 
142 

200 

143 

143 

143 

162 

172 

80 

78 

177 

132 

163 

201 

201 

185 

97 



143 

126 

97 

224 

97 



New Jerusalem. 



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Newspapers and Periodicals, 21 1 

New State House. 144 

No License. Cities and Towns, 166*171 
Nominations, Privileges of 105 

Norfolk County Officers, 163 

Normal Schools. 199 

Notable Deaths in 1898, 72 

Notaries Public, 

See City and Town, Register 
Number of Assessed Polls, Regis- 
tered Voters. Etc. 166-171 



Number of Cities iti each County, 
Number of Towns in each County, 
Occupations and Articles Subject 

to Tax, 
Occupations of Immigrants, 
Officers. Commissioners to Qual- 
ify Civil 



171 
171 



118 



Officers. County 159-165 

Office Hours of City Officers, 

See under each City head 
Officers, State 137 

Officers of the U. S. Government, 88 

Organizations, Societies, etc. 187 

Overseers of Poor, 

See each town or City head 
Paris Exposition, Commissioners of 143 
Park. Metropolitan, Commission- 
ers of 143 
Passeuger Traffic ou R. Rs. 210 



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Patriotic Societies, 193 
Paupers, in the State 221 
Penal Institutions of Mass. 220 
Pension Agency, U. S. 93 
Pension Agent, State 143 
Perkins Institution and Massa- 
chusetts School for the Blind, 219 
Persons Wholly or Partially Sup- 
ported, 221 
Pharmacy, Board of Registration in 143 
Plymouth County Officers, 1(34 
Police Commissioners of Boston, 142 
Police Commissioners of Fall River, 142 
Police, District 122 
Police and Municipal Courts, 132 
Political Districts. 99 
Political Organizations, - 106 
Polls and Registered Voters, 166-171 
Population of Counties, 159-165 
Population of N. E. States, 97 
Population of New England Cities, 97 
Population of Towns and Cities, 166-171 
Ports of Delivery, 86 
Ports of Entry, 86 
Postal Distances, 79 
Postal Information, 77 
Post Office Examinations, Civil 

Service 94 

Post Offices in Massachusetts, 80 
Postmasters, See City and Town Register 

Poor and Insane, Number of 221 

Presbyterian Presbytery, 200 

President of the United States, 88 
Principals of High Schools, 

See City and Town Register 

Prisons, Commissioners of 143 

Prisons, General Superintendentof 143 

Prisoners in Penal Institutions, 220 

Prisons and Reformatories, 218 

Probate and Insolvency Courts, 131 

Probation Officers, 132 

Productive Industries of N. E. 224 

Prohibition State Committee, 114 

Public Administrators, 119 

Public Library Commission, 143 

Public Records, Commissioner of 143 
Public Statutes. Consolidation of, 

Commissioners of 143 

Qualifications of Voters in Mass. 105 

Railroad Commissioners, 141 

Railroads in Mass. 210 

Rates of Postage, 77 
Rates of Taxation. 166-171 

Receiving Ship " Wabash," 126 

Records, Public, Commissioner of 143 

Reformatories and Prisons, 220 

Reform Schools. 220 

Referees in Bankruptcy (U. S.), 127 
Registers of Deeds, 159-165 

Register, City and Town, 241 

Registered Mail Matter, 77 

Registration, Court of 131 

Registration in Dentistry, Board of 142 
Registers of Probate and Insolv- 
ency, 159-165 
Registered Voters, Assessed Polls. 

etc. 166-171 

Registration in Medicine, Board of 142 

Registration in Pharmacy, Board of 143 

Religious Bodies in Massachusetts, 200 

Representative Districts, 102 

Representatives, 13s 

Representatives in Congress, 90 

Republican State Committee, 106 
Return Dav for Civil Actions in 

District Courts, 133 ' 



Revenue, Internal 94 

Rights of Suffrage, 98 

Roman Catholic Dioceses, 200 

Safe Deposit Companies, 205 
Salaries of City-Officers, 

See under each City head 

Salaries of Governors of States, 184 

Salaries of State Officers, 137 

Salaries of Postmasters, 80 

Savings Banks, 206 

Savings Banks Commissioners, 143 

Schools and Colleges, 199 
School Committees, 

• See each City or Town head 
School, Nautical Training, Com- 
missioners of 143 
Schools, Public 

See each City or Town head 
School Superintendents, 

See each City or Town head 
Secretary of the U. S. Treasury, 88 
Secretary of the Commonwealth, 137 
Secret Societies, 195 
Selectmen, See each Town head 
Senatorial Districts, State 1C0 
Senators, State 137 
Senate, United States 88 
Sergeant-at-Arms, 137 
Sessions of State Legislatures, 184 
Sessions of U. S. Courts, 127 
Seventh Day Adventists, Head- 
quarters, 200 
Sewerage, Metropolitan, Commis- 
sioners of 143 
Sheriffs, 159-165 
Shipping, Disasters to, on Mass. 

Coast 183 
Shipwrecked Goods, Wrecks and, 

Commissioners of 143 
Shire Towns, . 159-165 
Signals of Weather Bureau, 76 
Sittings of Probate and Insolven- 
cy Courts, 131 
Sittings of Superior Court, 129 
Sittings of Supreme Judicial 

Court. 128 
Societies, Associations, etc. 187 
Societies. Historical 187 
Soldiers' Home, 219 
Spain, Mass. in War with 177 
Special Commissioners, 159-165 
Special Delivery Postage, 78 
Special Sheriffs, 159-165 
Square Miles in Cities and Towns, 166-171 
State Aid, Commissioners of 143 
State Almshouse, 218 
State Assayer of Liquors, 142 
State Associations, Societies, etc. 187 
State Boards and Commissions, 140 
State Board of Health, 141 
State Board of Charitv, 141 
State Capitals, 184 
State Charitable Institutions, 218 
State Committees (Political), 106 
State Courts, 128 
State Election, Date of 137 
State Farm, 218 
State Governments. 184 
State Government 1899. 137 
State House Construction, Com- 
missioners of 143 
State House, The New 144 
State Industrial School, 218 
State Institutions, 218 
State Library, Librarian of 143 
State Normal Schools, 199 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



State Militia, 172-176 

State Officers, 137 

State Paupers, 221 

State Police, 122 

Statistics, Bureau of Labor 142 

Statistics of Paupers and Insane. 221 
Statistics of Railroads, 210 

Statutes, Public. Commissioners of 143 
Suffolk County Officers, 164 

Suffrage, Rights of 98 

Summer Schools, 199 

Support of Paupers and Insane, 221 

Superior Court, 128 

Supreme Judicial Court, 128 

Surveyor General of Lumber. 142 

Swedenborgian, Mass. Association 200 
Tables of Aggregates, 166-171 

Tax, Articles and Occupations 

Subject to Internal Revenue, 94 

T^x Commissioner, 143 

Tax Rate in each City and 

Town, 166-171 

93 
184 
79 

143 
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Territorial Delegates, 
Territorial Governor, 
Time of Transit of Mails, 
Topographical Survey and Map 

Commission, 
Town and City Register, 
Town Meetings, See each Town head 

Town Officers, See each Town head 

Towns and Cities in order of Pop- 
ulation, 
Towns without Banks, 
Training School, Nautical, Com- 
missioners of 
Transit of Mails, Time of 
Transit Commission, Boston, 
Treasurers, County 159-163 

Treasurer and Receiver General, 137 
Treasury, U. S. 93 

Trial Justices, 159-165 

Truant Schools, 200 



96 



143 

79 
142 



Trust Companies, 205 

Universalist Convention. 200 

Unitarian Headquarters, 200 

U. S. Armories and Arsenals, 126 

U. S. Civil Service Examiners, 94 

U. S. Army Officers in Mass. 94 

United States Commissioners, 127 

United States Courts in Mass. 127 

U. S. Customs Districts, 86 

United States Government, 88 

U. S. Internal Revenue, 94 

U. S. Life Saving Service, 183 

U. S. Lighthouse Districts, 95 

United States Marshals. 127 
United States Naturalization Laws, 98 

U. S. Pension Agency, 93 

United States Senate, . 88 

U. S. Treasury, 93 

Valuation of Cities and Towns 166-171 
Villages, 

See Index to Cities^ Towns and Villages 

Volunteer Aid Association, The 186 

Volunteer Militia, 172 
Votes for Mayors, 

See under each City head 



Voters, Qualifications of 

Voters, Registered 

Voters. Polls, etc. 

War Revenue Tax, 

War with Spain, Mass. in 

Water, Metropolitan. Board 

Weather Bureau, 

Weather Signals, 

Weekly Newspapers, 

Women's Clubs, 

Woolen Manufactures of N. E. 

Women's Reformatory Prison, 

Worcester County Officers. 

Wrecks and Shipwrecked Goods, 

Commissioners of 
Y. M. C Associations. 
Y. W. C. Associations, 



105 

166-171 

166-171 

94 

177 

143 

76 

76 

211 

190 

224 

219 

165 

143 
189 
190 



See List of Cities, Towns and Villages on page 56. 



ADVERTISING INDEX. 



1245 

'y, Boston, 334 

508 

1111 



11S5 
USD 
229 

13 



Abbott, John E. Boston, 

Abbott Real Estate & Ins. Aj 

Adams, H. B., Fltchburg, 

Adams, Willard E., Watertown, 

Advent Chrstian Pub. Soc, Boston, 

Aldine Engraving Co., Boston, 

Alexander, W. , Worcester, 

Allen. Dwight P., Worcester, 

Allen, D. Webster, Boston, 

Allen, William, & Sons, Worcester, 

Allis, D. V., Springfield, Footlines 

American Book Co., Boston, 226 

Am. Card Clothing Co., Worcester, 

Front cover 
Am. Car Sprinkler Co., Worcester, 27 

American Engraving Co., Boston, 234 

American Food Co., Boston, 1238 

Am. Protective Collection Co., Boston, 1237 
American Screen Co., Brookline, 333 

American Surety Co., Boston, 40 

American Type Founders Co., Boston, 233 
Anderberg. P. A., Chelsea, 387 

Anderson, G. P., Boston, 1242 

Arcade Malleable Iron Co. Worcester, 23 
Arlington Hand Laundry, Lawrence. 636 



Bosto: 



ioston 
Springfield 
Quincy, 



Ayers, W. B., Boston, 

Bailey, W. A., Worcester, 

Daily, W. K., Fitchbuig. 

Ball & Socket Fastener Co 

Banister, A. W., Boston, 

Barron, Oscar G., Boston, 

Batchelder, C. H. & Co., E 

Bay Path Business College, 

Bay State Aluminum Co 

Bay State Electrotype Foundry, Boston 

Bay State House, Worcester, Back 

Beal, Henry F., Dedham, 

Beale Press, The, Boston. 

Bearce, C. M. & Co., Everett, 

Becker's Business College. Worcester, 

Belcher, W. M. & Co., Boston, 

Inside back 
Belknap & Co., Boston. 
Belmont Hotel. Gloucester, 
Bemis, A. L., Worcester, 
Bennett, Oliver Emerson, Boston, 
Benville & Mutiaty, Boston, 
Berkshire Life Ins. Co., Pittsfleld, 

Front fly 
Bezanson Bros., Beverly, 



3 
4J3 

1234 



, 236 
92S 
, 234 
cover 
613 
227 
456 
29 

cover 
14S6 
535 
22S 
1241 
1243 

leaf 
301 



INDEX. 



53 



Bishop, J. \Y. & Co., Worcester, 17 

Black, A. D., Chelsea, 393 

Blair, Alfred A. Boston, 1238 

Blake, George P. Jr., & Co., Worcester, 20 
Blake, W. H. Steam Pump Co., Fitch- 
burg, 507 
Blanchard, F. S. & Co. Worcester and 

Boston, 1232 

Blodgett Bros. & Co., Boston, Footlines 

Blodgelt Clock Co., Boston, Footlines 

Blount, Lovell & Co., Boston, 1234 

Boothby, F. M., Lynn, 692 

Boston Bookbinding Co., Boston, 

Top edge of book 
Boston Emery Wheel Co., Waltham, 1098 

Boston Nickel Plating Co., Boston, I4JU 
Boston School Supply Co., Boston, 225 

Bos.vorth, L. A., Boston, Footlines 

Bosworth Optical Co., Boston, Footlines 
Bowen & Son, Springfield, 1048 

Bowles, Samuel, Springfield, 1038 

Boynton, Stella W. Dr., Lawrence, 639 

Bradford's Dye House, Haverhill, 570 

Bradley, Milton, Co., Springfield, 230 

Bradstreet's Agency, Worcester and Bos- 
ton, 1233 
Bridge Teachers' Agency, Boston, 

Top margin back cover 
Broadway Central Hotel, New York, 39 
Brock, L. M. & Co., Lynn, 711 

Brook, F. E., Reading, 941 

Brooks, L. E., Mrs., Concord, 415 

Brooks' Inn, Concord, 415 

Brown, John, Boston, 1241 

Brown, Rufus G., Boston, 1290 

Brown's Chelsea & Boston Express, 

Chelsea, 386 

Brunell, A. B., Worcester, 31 

Builders' Weekly, Worcester, Footlines 
Buck, C. H. & Co., Boston, 1233 

Burbank. F. & Co., Boston, 1246 

Busch, H. C. Mfg. Co., Boston, 1239 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Cam- 

brldgeport, 37 

Cammett, J. P., Lynn, 696 

Cannon's Commercial College, Law- 

rtnce, 628 

Carter, John, & Co., Boston, 236 

Carter, Rice & Co., Boston, 238 

Central House, Southbridge, 1009 

Central National Bank, Worcester, 1174 

Cereal Machine Co., Worcester, 50 

Chambers, M. L., North Adams, 857 

Charlesworth, E., Haverhill. 573 

Christine, G., Boston, 1237 

Ciliey, W. W. & Co., Lynn, 695 

Citizens* National Bank, Worcester, 1174 

City National Bank, Worcester, 1174 

Clark, Alexander, & Co., Quincy, and 

Boston, 929 

Clark, Ralph T., Somerville, 993 

Clark, W. P. & Co., Peabody, and 

Boston, 899 

Clarkson, Ernest, Newburypirt, 834 

Clemence, George H., Worcester, 

Front cover 
Clinton House, Clinton, 405 

Coates Clipper Mfg. Co., Worcester, 27 

Coe, S. Hamilton, Worcester, 1184 

Coes Wrench Co., Worcester, 25 

Coffin, E. W., Worcester, 30 

Collins & Norton, Springfield, 6 

Columbia Hotel, Leominster, 650 

Commercial Hotel, Athol, 270 

Conn. Valley Lumber Co., Boston, 1244 

Connor, T. Raymond, & Co., Somer- 
ville, 999 
Continental Grate Co., Boston, 1245 
Cooke & Bradley, North Adams, 857 



Coughlin, J. H. & Co., Clinton, 405 

Crane, E. B. & Co., Worcester, 1178 

Uiine Bros., Westfleld, 1131 

Crompton <fe Knowles Loom Works. 

Worcester, 7 

Cronin, Catherine C. F., Brookllne, 33? 
Crystal Lake Park, Gardner, 524 

Curtis, L. Miss, Boston, 1241 

Curtis & Marble Machine Co., Wor- 
cester, 26 
Cutting, Bardwell & Co., Worcester, 15 
Davey, Thomas, & Co., Lynn, 717 
Davis, W. L., .Chelsea, 388 
Degrenier, J. B., Southbrldge, 1009 
Dennie, Horace, 1237 
Destremps, Louis G., Fall River, 465 
Dickerman, E. E., Spencer, 1016 
Dickey, C. M., Lawrence, • G35 
Dickinson Electro Foundry, Boston, 235 
Dobinson, W. J. Eng. Co., Boston, 121G 
Donham, G. M., Portland, Me. 1231 
Doody &. Seeley, New Bedford, 817 
Douglass, Frank P., Worcester, Back cover 
Dun, R. G. & Co., Worcester, and Bos- 
ton, 1175 
Duval, J. S. & Co., Chelsea, 379 
Earle & Fisher, Worcester, 1180 
Eastern Teachers' Agency, Boston, 

Inside front cover 
Edmands, E. J., Boston, 230 

Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, 228 
Enterprise Printing & Stamp Works, 

Lowell, 681 

Equitable Renting & Selling Co., Bos- 
ton, 1236 
Etter, N. A., Boston. 1292 
Evans, A. M., Worcester, 22 
Evans, George E., Boston, 1243 
Favor, Milton M., Gardner, ■ 520 
Fickett, Edward W., Boston, 229 
First National Bank, Worcester, 1173 
Fisk, Everett O. "& Co., Boston, 

Inside back cover 
Flexible Door & Shutter Co., Worcester, 18 
Folsom Snow Guard Co. Boston, 35 

Forbush & Lucas, Boston, 1236 

Fowle & Johnston, Newburyport, 833 

Francis, Fred A., Pittsfield, 913 

Franklin, The, Lawrence, 635 

Freeman, J. C. & Co., Worcester, footlines 
Frost, Briggs & Chamberlain, Worces- 
ter, 16 
Frothingham, J. E., Boston, 1240 
Fuller, Frank L., Boston, 1243 
Fuller, J. Edward, Worcester, 16 
Gamewell Fire Alarm Co., Boston, 37 
Gardner Steam Laundry, West Gard- 
ner, 523 
Gay, Daniel F., Worcester, 1207 
Geldart, H. L. & Co., Chelsea, 3S2 
German-American House, Worcester, 39 
Gilmore, Homer G., Springfield, 5 
Ginn & Co., Boston, 226 
Graton & Knight Mfg. Co., Worcester, 26 
Graves, James E., Marblehead, 738 
Gray, Arthur F., Boston, Fontlir.es and 240 
Greene, John C, Fall River, 484 
Greenlaw, W. C. & Co., Boston, 1247 
Greet. R. Douglas, Boston, 1237 
Hagar, George N., Boston, 5 
Haight & Freese, Boston, 1265 
Haley, William L. Lynn, 708 
Hall, Wm. Franklin, Boston, 1237 
Hallock Drug Co., Boston, 1240 
Hallock. W. G., Boston, 35 
Hamel, E., Lynn, 707 
Hamilton, Samuel K., Boston, 1392 
Hammett, J. L. & Co., Inside front cover 
Hansen, II. C, Boston, 232 



54 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Hardy, John, Fitchburg, 501 

Harndea, Alvaro, Fall River, 487 

Harper & Bros., Boston, 227 

Harriman, L. H., Boston, 1442 
Harrington & Richardson Arms Co., 

Worcester, 24 

Harris, L. L., Boston, 1243 
Hartford Steam Boiler Insp. & Ins. Co., 

Hartford, - opp. 1248 

Haskins, Frank K., Rockport, 951 

Hastings, L. A., Worcester, 14 

Hatch, Walter M. & Co., Boston, 1241 

Hay, Allan, Nahant, 795 

Haynes, Tilly, Boston, 40 

Hayward, Horace K., Brockton, 1239 

Heath, D. C. & Co., Boston, 227 

Hebert, Charles, Franklin, - 516 

Heft'ernan, W. J., Spencer, 1015 

Hemenway, C. H., Boston, 1237 

Hession, D. F., South Ashburnham, 265 
Hewett. George F. Co., Worcester and 

Boston, 48 
Higgins, E. G. Co., Worcester, 

Over title on cover 
Higgins &-. Gifford Boat Mfg. Co., 

Gloucester, 30 
Hill Brush Co., Reading, 941 
Hill Dryer Co., Worcester, 25 
Hill & Luther, Fall River, 486 
Hitchcock, D. G., Warren, 1107 
Hoffman, C. C. & Co., 1490 
Holden, James, Fall River, 486 
Home . Teachers' Agency, Boston, 230 
Hopkins, E. C. & Co., Merrlmac, 771 
Hotel Briggs, Franklin, 516 
Hotel Pilgrim, East Brookfleld, 333 
Hotel Thorndike, Haverhill, 573 
Howe & Co., Natick, 800 
Hutchins, G. W., Lowell, 681 
Hyland, William, & Son, Worcester. 21 
Incandescent Electric Light Manipula- 
tor Co., Boston, 1248 
Irving House, Dalton, 421 
Isele, A. W. & Son, Boston, 1242 
Jaques, Urgel, Worcester, 1179 
Jean, Edward, Ipswich, 620 
Johnson & Bassett, Worcester, 28 
Jones, Benjamin R., Lynn, 707 
Jordan, J. P., Paper Co., Boston, 237 
Joslin, E. L. & Co., Boston, 33 
Junction House, South Ashburnham, 265 
Kinney, Oscar F. , Leominster, 650 
Kinnlcutt & De Witt, Worcester, 1184 
Kittredge, F. A., Everett, 456 
Klein Bros.. Boston, 1437 
Knowlton, E. H., Boston, 2 
Knox, Joseph E. & Co., Lynn, 692 
Koch, Paul D., Norwood, 884 
Kollen Co., The, Providence, R. I., 

opp. 1249 

Kramer, Frank & Co., Boston, 1285 

Lang, J. A. & Sons, Boston, 1411 

Leland. P. F., Boston, 1236 
Leland, W. H. & Co., Providence, R. I. 

opp. 1249 
Le Moine, W. J., Fitchburg. 502 
Le Progres, Lawrence, 638 
Le Rol Electric Appliance Co., Boston, 1240 
Lewis Bros., Fall River, 472 
Lincoln House, Worcester, 39 
Lockhart, Wm. L. & Co., Boston, 33 
Lougee, Edwin A., Haverhill, 57l 
Loveli, F. S. Machine Works, Fitch- 
burg, 506 
Lovering, A. B., Lynn, 711 
Luce. George M., Orange, 8S6 
Lufkin, Fred S. & Co.. Gloucester, 535 
Lung, S. L. Co., Boston, 1297 



Lunn, Charles H., Somerville, 1004 

Lunt & Moss, Boston, 1248 

Lynch, Edward, Boston, 

Footlinea under Boston 
MacFarland, Jay, Boston, 229 

Mackie, James, Boston, 1241 

MacLellan, George P., Boston, 1235 

Mansion House, Orange, #86 

Marble, Jerome, &. Co., Worcester, 

Back fly leaf 
Marston, J. M. & Co., Boston, 1242 

Marvell, E. I., Fall River, 465 

Mason Brush Works, Worcester, 

Front cover 
Massachusetts Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

Springfield, Front fly leaf 

Mass. Title Insurance Co., Boston, 5 

Massachusetts Year Book, Worcester, 

and Boston, 1232 

May, S. H.. Wakefield, 108« 

McAuliff, Timothy J., Worcester, 1180 

McGrail, B. & Co., Ayer, 278 

Mechanics' Foundry & Machine Co., 

Fall River, 479 

Mechanics' Iron Foundry Co., Bosto.i, 1381 
Mechanics' National Bank, Worcester, 1175 
Merchant Box & Cooperage Co., Glou- 
cester, 1284 
Merriam, G. & C. Co., Springfield. 230 
Merrill, P. I Teachers' Agency, Bos- 
ton, 1092 
Middlesex Mutual Fire Ins. Co.. Con- 
cord, 4 
Milne & Chalmers, Quincy, 32 
Moore, A. W. Co., Boston, 229 
Moriarty, Maurice F., Fall River, 478 
Morrill, G. H. & Co., Boston, 233 
Morris, E. E., Dalton, 421 
Moulton, Edward, Worcester, Back cover 
Murney, Robert J., Beverly, 299 
Mutual Lite Ins.. Co. of New York, 1184 
Muzzy, Lewis Co., Worcester, 1179 
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

Boston, 3 

New England Realty Co., 1237 

N. E. Steel Roofing Co., Worcester, 1221 
New England Structural Co., Boston, 1382 
New England Telephone & Tel. Co., 

Boston, 64 

New Phoenix Hotel, Haverhill, 573 

Norton Emery Wheel Co., Worcester, 30 
Oakman Photographic Art Co., North 

Adams, 857 

O'Brien, Bridget T., Brookline, 336 

O'Hara, J. R., Boston, 1238 

Orange Variety Mfgr. Co., Orange, 886 

Ordway, P. E., Worcester, 1185 

Osgood & Coolidge, Gardner. 524 

Osgood, J. H. & Co., Boston, 232 

Paige, John C, Boston, Back cover 

Parker Ice Tool Co., Worcester, 

Back fly leaf 
Parker Ice Tool Co., South Framing- 
ham, 240 
Patt. D. M. & Co., Providence. R. I., 

opp. 1249 
Patterson, F. A. Fitchburg, 494 

Peck, George F., Manchester, 733 

Penn. Mutual Life Ins. Co., Boston, 2 

People's Savings Bank, Worcester, 1176 

Pepper, George W., Co., The, Peabody, 896 
Perkins, E. L. Mrs., Lawrence, 636 

Perry, George S., Boston. 1239 

Peters, C. J. & Sons, Boston, Front cover 
Pettingill & Co., Boston, 231 

Pinkerton, Alfred S., Worcester, 1209 

Piper, B. H. Co., The, Manchester, 

N. H.. 1244 

Pittsburg Bridge Co., Pittsburg, 6 



INDEX. 



55 



Pneumatic Cushion Rubber Heel t Co., 

Boston, Edge' of book 

Pneumatic Mattress & Cushion Co., 

Reading, 941 

Poor, Joseph A., Peabody, 895 

Prentice Bros. Co., Worcester, 23 

Provident Life & Trust Co., Philadel- 
phia, 3 
Prudential Ins. Co., New Bedford, 817 
Pulsifer, Cook & Co., Boston, 239 
Quimby, Ralph A., Boston, 35 
Qulncy House, Boston, 3S 
Quinsigamond National Bank, Worces- 
ter, 1173 
Raymond, T. H., Cambridgeport, 36 5 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston, 44 
Reed, Clarence G., S >merv.U_, l r ;02 
Reed, F. E., Athol, 270 
Regnler, Louis H., Lenox, 647 
Rice, George S., Boston, 1243 
Richards, O. J., West Gardner, 522 
Richards' Hotel, West Gardner, 522 
Robson. R. S., Boston, ' 1437 
Rockport Granite Co., Rockport, and 

Boston, 952 

Rogers, L. W., Boston, 234 

Rowe, E. L. & Son, Gloucester, 528 

Roy, Charles T., Lawrence, 638 

Royal Steam Heater Co., Gardner, 30 

Russell, Ai E., Chelsea, 384 

Ryan, M. J., Gardner, 520 

Ryder, J. J., Co., Providence, opp. 1232 

St. Clair, F., 429 

St. Clair Hotel, Dedhani, 429 

Salem Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Salem, 4 

Samson, Horace, Peabody, 898 

Sanborn, W. A., Somerville, 991 

Sanderson, Edward T., Fitchburg, 493 

Sauer, Joseph, Worcester, 39 

Sargent, James W., Boston, 1478 

Sargent, J. W. & Son, Co., Worcester, 

Front cover 
Saunders, C. L., Haverhill, 573 

Sawyer, W. H., Lumber Co., Worces- 
ter, 19 
Saxe, James A., Worcester, Back cover 
Scott, C. A. & Co., Boston, 

Top margin back cover 
Sebbens, C. E., Worcester, 1186 

Shattuck, M. E., Cigar & Tobacco Co., 

Worcester, Back cover 

Sherman Envelope Co., Worcester, 12 

Silver, Burdett & Co., Boston, 227 

Simonds, J. F., Everett, 453 

Sinclair & Duquet, Worcester, 1223 

Sinnott Bros., Boston, 1453 

Small Bros., Fall River, 4S6 

Smlth-Carr Baking Co., Northampton, 860 
Smith, Charles M., Worcester, 1206 

Smith, J. A. V., Manchester, N. H. 1244 
Smith, John W., Beverly, 300 

Smith, R. H., Mfg. Co., Springfield, 1046 
Southbridge Savings Bank, Southbridge, 32 
Spencer Sun, Spencer, 1016 

Springer Sanitariums, Somerville, 33 

Springfield Republican, Springfield, 1038 
Standdrd Brick Co., Springfield, 1021 

Standlsh, James L., Boston, 36 

State Mutual Life Assurance Co., Wor- 
cester, 1 
State Safe Deposit Co., Worcester, 1178 
Stearns, Justus M., D.ilton, 421 
Stone & Foster Lumber Co.. Worcester, 1210 
Storrs, A. & Bement Co., Boston, 236 
Suffolk Engraving Co., Boston, 

Bottom edge of book 
Sullivan, D. H., Chelsea, 391 

Taber Organ Co., Worcester, 24 

Tailby, Joseph, & Son, Wellesley, 1116 



Tank, S. Y. Co., Boston, 1297 

Taylor House, Ayer, 278 

Taylor, L. W. & Co., Boston, 1243 

Teachers' Co-operative Assoc, Boston, 229 
Teachers' Exchange;, Boston, 1255 

Telegram Newspaper Co., Worcester, 

Back cover 
Thayer, A. H. & Co., Wakefield, 10S8 

Thompson, Wm. I., Worcester, 1186 

Tirrell & Sons, Quincy, 929 

Toner, John W„ Gardner, 523 

Torrey, J. R., Razor Co., Worcester, 11 
Travelers' Insurance Co., Worcester, 1206 
Trowbridge, F. W., 39 

Turner, J. Hubert, Boston, 1479 

Tweed Liniment Co., Chelsea, 388 

Tyler, Sylvester. Boston, 1236 

Union Cornice Co., Boston, - 36 

United Paving Co., Springfield, Footlines 
United States Hotel, Boston, 40 

Van Amringe Granite Co., The, Bos- 
ton, 46 
Vaudreuil, Joseph G., Worcester, 1179 
Verne, B. P., Boston, 1238 
Vizard, W. J., East Brookfleld, 333 
Wadman, J. C, Boston, 1243 
Wakefield Hou.-e, Wakefield, 1086 
Wales, J. Rufus, Marlboro, 1233 
Walker, Amasa, Boston, 1245 
Walker, George H. <£ Co., Boston, 229 
Waltham Machine Works, Waltham, 1098 
Walworth Mfg. Co.. Boston, 36 
Warren Herald, Warren, 1107 
Washburn, John D., Willis, Greene & 

Bates, Worcester, Back cover 

Washburn & Garfield Mfg. Co., Worces- 
ter, Front cover 
Watts, Isaac S., Lynn, 711 
Webb Granite & Construction Co., Wor- 
cester, Back cover 
Webster Oil & Gasolene Co., Boston. 1242 
Webster, W. F. 'Cement Co., Boston 

and Cambridge, 1295 

Wesby, J. S. & Sons, Worcester, 233 

Westgate, James G., Fall River, 467 

Wh'tcomb, H. C. & Co., Boston, Footlines 
White & Hollls, Beverly, 301 

White, T. W., Boston, 1 55 

Whitney, A. R., Winchendon, 1157 

Windsor Cafe, Ipswich, 620 

Winslow & Co., Worcester, Back cover 

Wolfe Tavern, Newburyport, S33 

Wolstencroft, Henry. Boston, 1243 

Wood, James R., Boston, 5 

Wood, Wm. T. & Co., Boston, 1234 

Woodman, Chas. H., Boston, 229 

Worcester Carpet Co., Worcester, 10 

Worcester Corset Co., Worcester, 8 

Worcester County Abstract Co., Wor- 
cester, - Back cover 
Worcester Electrotype & Process En- 
graving Co. Worcester, 31 
Worcester Five Cents Savings Bank, 1177 
Worcester Gazette, Worcester, Footlines 
Worcester Machine Screw Co., Worces- 
ter, 9 
Worcester Mechanics' Savings Bank, 1177 
Worcester Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Wor- 
cester, 1175 
Worcester National Bank, Worcester, 1173 
Worcester Safe Deposit & Trust Co., 

Worcester, 1176 

Worcester Spy, Worcester, 1177 

Wormstead, C. N., Lynn, 713 

Wyman & Gordon, Worcester, 31 

Wyman's Restaurant, Lynn, 714 

Yarmouth Steamship Co., Boston, 34 

Yawman & Erbe Mfg. Co., Boston, 1436 

Ye Tavern, Fall River, 478 



CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAG-ES. 



Page. 
Abington 24 1 

Abbot Village, see Andover 
Acoaxet, see "Westport 
Acre, see Clinton 
Acton 244 

Acton Center, see Acton 
Acushnet 245 

Adams 246 

Adams Cor. , see Northb'dge 
Adamsdale.see N.Attleboro 
Adamsville, see Colrain 
Agawam 249 

Agawam, see Wareham 
Albeeville, see Mendon 
Aldrich Village, Millbury 
Alford 250 

Allston, see Boston 
Ames bury 250 

Amherst 255 

Amherst Center, Amherst 
Amostown, W. Springticld 
Andover 258 

Andover Center, Andover 
Annisquam, see Gloucester 
Apponegansett, Dartmouth 
Aquashenet, see Mashpee 
Argilla, see Ipswich 
Arlington 261 

Arlington Dist., Lawrence 
Arlington Heights, see 

Arlington 
Arsenal, see Watertown 
Artichoke, Newburyport 
Artichoke, West Newbury 
Asbury Grove, Hamilton 
Ashburnham 264 

Ashburnham Center, see 

Ashburnham 
Ashby 265 

Ashcroft, see Dedham 
Ashdod, see Duxbury 
Ashfield 266 

Ashland 267 

Ashley Falls, see Sheffield 
Ashleyville, see W. SpT d 
Ashmont, Dorchester Dist. 
Boston 
Assinippi, see Hanover 
Assinippi, see Norwell 
Assonet, see Freetown 
Asylum Station, Danvers 
Athol 268 

Athol Center, see Athol 
Atlantic, see Quincy 
Attleboro 272 

Auburn 276 

Auburndale, see Newton 
Auburnville, see Whitman 
Auburn Woolen Mills, see 

Auburn 
Avon 276 

Ayer 277 

Ayers City, see Lowell 
Ayers Village. Haverhill 
Babbitassett, see Pepperell 
Bakcrville. see Dartmouth 
Baldwinsville, Templeton 
Ballard Vale, see Andover 
Bancroft, see Middlefield 
Barkersville, see Pittstield 
Bard well's Ferry, see Shel- 

burne 
Barleyneck, see Orleans 
Barnardville, Worcester 



Page. 
Barnstable 279 

Barre 283 

Barre Plains, see Barre 
Barrett's, see Belchertown 
Barrowsville, see Norton 
Bartlett's Village. Oxford 
Bass Point, see Nahant 
Bayside. see Hull 
Bay State, Northampton 
Bay View, see Gloucester 
Beach Bluff, Swampscott 
Beachmont, see Revere ' 
Bearcroft. see Attleboro 
Beaver Meadow. Leyden 
Beaver, see E. Bridgewater 
Beaver, see North Adams 
Becket 284 

Becket Center, see Becket 
Beech Plain. Sandisfield 
Beechwood. see Cohasset 
Bedford 285 

Bel Air. see Pittstield 
Belcher's Cor., see Sto'ton 
Belchertown 2S0 

Bellingham 287 

Bell Rock, see Maiden 
Bellville. see Newburyport 
Belmont 288 

Bemis. see Watertown 
Bel vide re, see Lowell 
Berkley 290 

Berkley Bridge, see Berkley 
Berkshire, see Lanesboro 
Berlin 290 

Berlin Center, see Berlin 
Bernardston 291 

Beverly 292 

Beverly Farms, see Beverlv 
Billeriea 301 

Billerica Center, Billeriea 
Birch Meadow, Merrimac 
Blackinton, North Adams 
Blackinton, Williamstown 
Black st one 303 

Blanchardville, see Palmer 
Blandford 304 

Bleaehery, see Lowell 
Bliss Corner. Dartmouth 
Blithewood, see Worcester 
Bloominsrdale, Worcester 
Blue Hill, see Milton 
Bolton 305 

Bolton Center, see Bolton 
Bondsville, see Palmer 
Border City, see Fall River 
Boston 1249 

Boston ville, see Wellesley 
Bourne 306 

Bournedale, see Bourne 
Bowenville, see Fall River 
Boxboro 307 

Box ford 308 

Boylston 308 

Boylston Center. Boylston 
Boynton ville. see Wakefield 
Bradford, see Haverhill 
Braggville, see Holliston 
Braintree 309 

Braley's. see Freetown 
Bramanville. see Millburv 
Brant Rock, see Marshfield 
Brattle Station. Arlington 
Braytonville, North Adams 
Brewster 311 



Pa rc 
Brick City, see Leicester 
Brier, see Savoy 
Bridgewater 312 

Bridgewater Iron Works, 

see Bridgewater 
Briggs 1 Corner, Attleboro 
Briggsville, see Clarksburg 
Brighton, see Boston 
Bright wood, see Springfield 
Brimtield ' 314 

Britannia, see Taunton 
Broadway, see Maiden 

Brockton 315 

Brockton Heights.Broekt'n 
Brookdale, see Peabody 
Brookfield 331 

Brookline 333 

Brooks, see Templeton 
Brooks' Station. Princeton 
Brookside, see VVestford 
Brookville. see Holbrook 
BrowneirsCor.,see W'stp't 
Bryantville, see Hanson 
Bryantville, see Pembroke 
Buckland 341 

Bucksville, see Millbury 
Buffum's. see Oxford 
Bullardville. seeWichend'n 
Burkinshaw Vil.. sceP'p'r'l 
Burkville, see Conway 
Burlington 342 

Burrageville, Ashburnham 
Burt's Corner, see Berkle y 
Buzzards Bay, see Bourne 
Buzzards Bay,see Wareh'm 
Byfield, see Georgetown 
Byfield. see Newbury 
California, see Clinton 
Calumet, see Uxbridge 
Cambridge 142 

Cambridgeport, Cambridge 
Campello, see Brockton 
Onmp Ground, Cottage City 
Caudlewood, see Ipswich 
Cannonville, Mattapoisett 
Canton 370 

Canton Corner, see Canton 
Canton Junction, see Canton 
Carlisle 372 

Carlisle Center,see Carlisle 
Carlisle Station, Carlisle 
Carltonville, see Lawrence 
Carsonville, see Dalton 
Carterville, see Berlin 
Carver 373 

Carver Center, sec Carver 
Caryville, see Bellingham 
Castle, see Truro 
Cataumet, see Bourne 
Cedarville. see Plymouth 
Central Hill. see Somerville 
Central Square, Woburn 
Central Village. Seekonk 
Central Village, see West 

Boylston 
Central Village, West ford 
Central Village, Westport 
Central ville. see Lowell 
Center Hanover, see Han- 
over 
Center Marshfield, see Mar. 
Center Pembroke, see Pern. 
Centerville, see Barnstable 
Centerville, see Beverly 



CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 



57 



Centerville, see Grafton 
Centerville, Wiuchendon 
Chace's, see Taunton 
Chaftln's, see Holden 
Chamberlain's Corner, see 

Westford 
Chapinvillc, see Northboro 
Charlemont 374 

Charles Kiver Village, see 

Needham 
Charlestown, see Boston 
Charlton 375 

Charlton City, see Charlton 
Charlton Depot, Charlton 
Cbartley. see Norton 
Chaseville, see Dudley 
Chase's Vil., see Oxford 
Chatham 376 

Chatham Port,see Chatham 
Cheapside, see Greenfield 
Chelmsford 377 

Chelmsford Cen., see Ch'f'd 
Chelsea 379 

Cherry Valley, Leicester 
Cheshire 394 

Cheshire Harbor, Cheshire 
Chester 394 

Chester Center, see Chester 
Chesterfield 396 

Chestnut Hill, Blackstone 
Chestnut Hill, see Newton 
Chicopee 396 

Chicopee Falls, Chicopee 
Chilmark 404 

Chiltonville, see Plymouth 
Church Hill, see Norwell 
City Mills, see Norfolk 
Clapboardtree, see West- 
wood 
Clarendon Hills, Hyde Park 
Clarksburg 404 

Clayton, see New Marlboro 
Clifton, see Marblehead 
Cliftondale, see Saugus 
Clifton Heights, Brockton 
Clinton 405 

Coatue, see Nantucket 
Cochesett, see W. Br'g'w't'r 
Cochituate, see Wayland 
Cohasset 412 

Coldbrook, see Oakham 
Cold Spring, see Otis 
Coldspring. see Westford 
Coleville, seeWilliamstown 
Collinsville, see Dracut 
Coirain 413 

Coltsville, see Pittsfield 
Comins'. see Oxford 
Concord 414 

Concord Junction, Concord 
Congamuck, seeSouthwick 
Connecticut Corner, see 

Dedham 
Consue, see Chilmark 
Conway 417 

Cooleyville, see New Salem 
Cordaville, see Southboro 
Cottage City 418 

Cottage Farm, Brookline 
Cottage Hill, see Winthrop 
Cotuit, see Barnstable 
Cove Harbor, see Beverly 
Craigville, see Barnstable 
Crane's, see Norton 
Craneville, see Dalton 
Crescent Beach, see Man- 
4 



Chester 
Crescent Beach, see Revere 
Crescent Mill, see Russell 
CrocUerville, see Fitchburg 
Cummingsville, Woburn 
Cummington 419 

Curtis Crossing, Hanover 
Curtisville, Stockbridge 
Cutler's Village, see Win- 
chester 
Cuttyhunk, see Gosnold 
Dalton 420 

Daltonville, Newburyport 
Dana 422 

Dan vers 423 

Danvers Center, Danvers 
Danversport, see Danvers 
Dartmouth 427 

Davis, see Rowe 
Davisville. see Falmouth 
Dawson's, see Holden 
Day vil le, see Chester 
Dean town, see Attlcboro 
Dedham 428 

Dedham Road, see Canton 
Deertield - 431 

Dell, see Heath 
Dennis 432 

Dennis Port, see Dennis 
Depot, see Rowley 
Depot Village, Peppercll 
Devereaux, see Marblehead 
Dighton 434 

Dighton Village. Dighton 
Dodge, see Charlton 
Dodgeville, see Attleboro 
Dorchester, see Boston 
Douglas, 435 

Douglas Center, Douglas 
Dover 437 

Dracut 437 

Dracut Center, see Dracut 
Dresser Hill, see Charlton 
Dry Pond, see Stoughton 
Duck Harbor, see Clinton 
Duckville, see Palmer 
Dudley 438 

Dunstable 438 

Durenville, see Woburn 
Duxbury 439 

Dwight's. see Belchertown 
Eaglesville, see Athol 
Eagleville, see Holden 
Eagleville, see Orange 
East Acton, see Acton 
East Amherst, see Amherst 
East Billerica, see Billerica 
E. Blackstone, Blackstone 
East Boston, see Boston 
East Braintree, Braintree 
East Brewster, Brewster 
East 1 '.ridge water 440 

East Brimtield. Brimfleld 
East Brooktield. Brooklield 
East Cambridge, Cambr'ge 
East Carver, see Carver 
E. Charlemont, see ChTm't 
East Deertield, Deertield 
East Dedham, see Dedham 
East Dennis, see Dennis 
East District, see Hamilton 
East Douglas, see Douglas 
East Falmouth, Falmouth 
East Farms, see Westtield 
East Foxboro, see Foxboro 
East Freetown, Freetown 



East Gloucester, Gl'cester 
East Hadley, see Had ley 
East Harwich, see Harwich 
Eastham 441 

Easthampton 442 

East Haverhill, Haverhill 
East Holliston, Holliston 
East Hollow, see Pelham 
E. Hubbardston, see Hub'n 
East Lee. see Lee 
East Lexington, Lexington 
East Longmeadow 445 

East Lynn, see Lynn 
East Marion, see Marion 
East Mansfield, Mansfield 
E. Mattapoisett. see M't'p't 
East Milton, see Milton 
East New Boston, see San- 

disfleld 
East Northtleld, Northfleld 
East Norton, see Norton 
Easton 445 

Easton Center, sec Easton 
Eastondale, see Easton 
East Orleans, see Orleans 
East Otis, see Otis 
East Pembroke, Pembroke 
East Peppercll, Pepperell 
E. Phillipston, see Phil'p'n 
East Princeton, Princeton 
E. Saudistield, seeS'd's'f'ld 
East Sandwich, Sandwich 
East Saugus, see Saugus 
East Sharon, see Sharon 
East Shelburne, Shelburne 
E. Somerville, see S'm'rv'le 
East Taunton, see Taunton 
E. Templeton, see TempPn 
East Village, see Leverett 
Eastville, see Cottage City 
East Walpole, see Walpole 
East Wareham, Wareham 
E. Watertovvn, see Wat't'n 
Piast Webster, see Webster 
E»stWenham, Wenham 
E. Weymouth, see Wm'th 
East Whately, see Whately 
East Whitman, Whitman 
E. Wilbraham, see WTham 
East Windsor, see Windsor 
East Woburn, see Woburn 
Eddyville, see Middleboro 
Edgartown 447 

Edgeworth, see Maiden 
Egremont 448 

Egremont Plain, Egremont 
Egypt, see Scituate 
Egypt, see Somerset 
Ellis, see Norwood 
Ellisville, see Plymouth 
Elm Dale, see Uxbridge 
Elm Grove, see Coirain 
Elm Street, see Duxbury 
Elmwood, E. Bridgewater 
Elm wood, see Dedham 
Elmwood, see Holyoke 
Endicott, see Dedham 
Enfield 449 

Erving 450 

Essex 451 

Essex Falls, see Essex 
Everett 452 

Ewingville. see Holyoke 
Factory Village, see Ash - 

burn ham 
Factory Village, Greenfield 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Factory Village, see East- 

hampton 
Factory Village, see Mid- 

dlefield 
Fairfield, see Russell 
Fairhaven 462 

Fairmount, see Holyoke 
Fairmount, see Hyde Park 
Fairview, see Chicopee 
Fall Rivek 378 

Falls Village, No. Attleboro 
Falmouth 490 

Falmouth Heights, see 

Falmouth. 
Farley, see Erving 
Farleyville, see VVeudell 
Farmers, see Attleboro 
Farmersville.see Sandwich 
Farms, see Canton 
Farms, see Newbury 
Farnham's, see Cheshire 
Farnumsville, see Graf ton 
Faulkner, see Maiden 
Faunce Corner, Dartmouth 
Fayville, see South bo ro 
Federal Hill, see Dedham 
Feeding Hills, see Agawam 
Felchville. see Natick 
Fells, see Melrose 
Fenner Hill, see Webster 
Fern Croft, see Danvers 
Fernside, see Tyringham 
Fisherville, see Attleboro 
Fisherville, see Grafton 
Fiskdale, see Sturbridge 

FlTCHBUKG 492 

Flint, see Fall River 
Florence, see Northampton 
Florida 508 

Forestdale, see Sandwich 
Forge Village, seeWestf ord 
Fort River, see Had ley 
Foundry Village, Colrain 
Four Corners, Middleboro 
Four Corners,Worthington 
Foxboro 509 

Foxvale, see Foxboro 
Framingham 510 

Framingham Center, see 

Framingham 
Franconia, Longmeadow 
Franklin 515 

Franklin Park, see Revere 
Free Quarter, Sandislield 
Freetown 517 

Fresh Water Cove, see 

Gloucester 
Frye Village, see Andover 
Fryville, see Bolton 
Fryville, see Orange 
Fullerville, see Clinton 
Furnace, see Easton 
Furnace, see Hard wick 
Ganuett's Corner, Scituate 
Gardner 518 

Gardner Center, Gardner 
Gates Crossing, see Leom- 
inster 
Gay Head 525 

Georgetown 526 

Germantown, see Clinton 
Germantown, see Dedham 
Germantown, see Quincy 
Gifford's Corner, Westport 
Gilbertville, see Hardwick 
Gill 527 



Gill Centre. see Gill 
Gillett's Corner, see South- 
wick 
Gilmanville. Tewksbury 
Glen, see Rowiey 
Gleasondale, see Stow 
Glendale, Stockbridge 
Glendale, see Everett 
Glendale, see Wilbraham 
Glen me re, see Lynn 
Glen wood, see Med ford 
Globe, see Fall River 
Globe Village, Southbridge 
Gloucester 528 

Goodrich Hollow, see 

Hancock 
Gore District, see Webster 
Goshen 539 

Gosnold 540 

Goulding Village, see Phil- 

lipston 
Grafton 540 

Gran by 543 

Graniteville, see Westford 
Granville 543 

Granville Center, Granville 
Gray Gables, see Bourne 
Great Barrington 544 

Greenbush. see Scituate 
Greendale, see Worcester 
Greenfield 546 

Green Harbor, Marshfield 
Green Lodge, see Dedham 
Green River, see Deerfield 
Greenville, see Leicester 
Greenville, see Sandwich 
Greenwich 550 

Greenwich Village, see 

Greenwich 
Greenwood, see Wakefield' 
Greylock, see North Adams 
Griswoldville, see Colrain 
Grot on 551 

Groveland 552 

Gurnev's Corners, Hanson. 
Hadley 553 

Halfway Pond, Plymouth 
Halifax 554 

Hallsville, see Lawrence 
Hamilton 554 

Hamilton Centre, Hamilton 
Hampden 556 

Hancock r56 

Hanover 557 

Hanover Four Corners, see 

Hanover 
Hanson 558 

Harding, see Medfield 
Hardware, see Canton 
Hardwick 559 

Haruessville, see Concord 
Harris, see Rehoboth 
Harrisville. see Clinton 
Harrisville. see West Boyl- 

ston 
Harrisville, Winehendon 
Hartsbrook, see Hadley 
Hartsville, New Marlboro 
Harvard 560 

Harwich 561 

Harwich Center, Harwich 
Harwich Port, Harwich 
Hastingsville, see Fram- 
ingham 
Hatchville, see Falmouth 
Hatfield 563 



Hatherly. see Rockland 
Havenville, see Burlington 
Haverhill 564 

Haverhill Bridge, Haver- 
hill 
Hawley 579 

Hoyden Row, Hopkington 
Haydenville. Williamsburg 
Ha/Jewood, see Hyde Park- 
Head Parnet, see Truro 
Heaid Village, see Barre 
Heath 579 

Hebronville, see Attleboro 
Rebronville, see Seekonk 
Ileela, see Uxbridge 
Hicksville, see Dartmouth 
Highlield, see Falmouth 
High Head, see Truro 
Highland, see Truro 
Highland Lake, see Norfolk 
Highlands, see Holyoke 
Highlands, see Lowell 
Highlands, see Lynn 
Highlands, see Woburn 
Highlandville, Neednam 
High Street, see Pembroke 
Hillsboro, see Leverett 
Hillside, see, Medford 
Hillsville, see Spencer 
Hingham 580 

Hingham Center, Hingham 
Hinsdale 582 

Hockanum, see Hadley 
Hoi brook 583 

Holden 584 

Holland 585 

Hollingsworth, see Groton 
Holliston 586 

Holyoke 587 

Hoosac. see Deerfield 
Hoosac Tunnel, Florida 
Hopedale 604 

Hopewell, see Taunton 
Hopkinton 605 

Horse Neck Beach, see 

Westport 
Hortonville, see Swansea 
Hough's Neck, see Quincy 
Housatonic, see Great Bar- 
rington 
Howarth's, see Oxford 
Howe's Station, Middleton 
Hubbardston 606 

Hudson 607 

Hull 609 

Huntington 611 

Huntington Village, see 

Huntington 
Hyannis, see Barnstable 
Hyannisport, Barnstable 
Hyde Park 612 

Hydeville. see Winehendon 
Indian Orchard, Springfield 
Indian Pond, see Kingston 
Indian Town, see Westport 
Ingleside, see Holyoke 
Ipswich 618 

Ironstone, see Uxbridge 
island Creek, see Duxbury 
Islington, sec Westwood 
Jamaica Plain, see Boston 
Jamesville, see Worcester 
Jefferson, see Holden 
Jericho, see Dudley 
Jericho, see Scituate 
Jerusalem, see Dedham 



CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 



59 



Jerusalem, see West 

Bridgewater 
Joppa, see Newburyport 
Judson, see Kaynhara 
Kendai Green, see Weston 
Kingston 621 

Kittery, see Rowley 
Kittle Cove Village, see 

Manchester 
Knightville, Huntington 
Lagoon Heights, see Cot- 
tage City 
Lake Pleasant, Montague 
Lake Street, see Arlington 
Lake View, see Worcester 
Lake Village, see Topsfleld 
Lakeville 622 

Lamb City, see Phillipston 
Lambert's Cove, see West 

Tisbury 
Lancaster 623 

Lancaster Center, see Lan- 
caster 
Lanesboro 624 

Lane Village. Ashburnham 
Lanesville, see Gloucester 
Lawrence 624 

Lawton's Corner, see West- 
port < 
Lebanon, see Seekonk 
Lee 643 

Leeds, see Northampton 
Leesville, see Worcester 
Leicester 645 

Lelandville, see Charlton 
Lenox 646 

Lenoxdale, see Lenox 
Leominster 648 

Leominster Center, see 

Leominster 
Leverett 652 

Lexington 653 

Leyden 655 

Lincoln 655 

Lincolnville, see Oakham 
Linden, see Maiden 
Linebrook, see Ipswich 
Linwood, see Lynn 
Linwood, see Northbridge 
Little Rest, see Brimtield 
Little River, see Westfield 
Littleton 65*5 

Littleton Common, see Lit- 
tleton 
Littleville, see Chester 
Lock's Village, Shutesbury 
Lock's Village, Wendell 
Lokerville, Framingham 
Longmeadow 657 

Longnook, see Truro 
Long Plain, see Acushnet 
Longwood, see Brookline 
Loudville, Northampton 
Loudville, Westhampton 
Lovellville, see Holden 
Lowell, 658 

Lower Factory, W. Boy lston 
Lower Mills, see Boston 
Lower Mills, see Milton 
Lower Village, see Stow 
Ludlow 687 

Ludlow Center, see Ludlow 
Ludlow Mills, see Ludlow 
Lunenburg 687 

Luther's Corner, Seekonk 
Lynn 688 



Lynn field 717 

Lynnncld Center, Lynnfield 
Lynnmere, see Lynn 
Lyonsville, see Colrain 
Madaket, see Nantucket 
Magnolia, see Gloucester 
Magnolia Station, see 

Manchester 
Malden 718 

Manchaug, see Sutton 
Manchester 733 

Mann vi lie, see Leicester 
Manomet, see Plymouth 
Mansfield 735 

Mannville, see Leicester 
Maple Grove, see Adams 
Mapleville. see Wenham 
Maple wood, see Maiden 
Marblehead 737 

Marblehead Neck. see M'h'd 
Marbleville, see Sutton 
Marion 741 

Marland Village, see And 

over 
Marlboro 742 

Marlboro, see Georgetown 
Marlboro Junction, see 

Marlboro 
Marshfield 749 

Marshfield Hills, see 

Marshfield 
Marshall's Corner, see 

Brockton 
Marston's Mills, Barnstable 
Mashpee 750 

Massapoag Pond, Sharon 
Mattapan, see Boston 
Mattapan, see Milton 
Mattapoisett 751 

Matfield, West Bridgewater 
Maynard 752 

Mechanics, see Attleboro 
Mechanicsville, Fall River 
Med field 753 

Medford 754 

Medway 762 

Melrose 764 

Melrose Highlands, Melrose 
Menamsha, see Chilmark 
Mendon 770 

Merino, see Dudley 
Merrick, West Springfield 
Merrimac 771 

Merrimacport, Merrimac 
Metcalf, see Holliston 
Methuen 772 

Mica Mill, see Chester 
Middleboro 774 

Middle Farms, Westfield 
Middlefield 777 

Middlesex Village, Lowell 
Middletou 778 

Middletown, see West Tis- 

bury 
Mil ford 778 

Mill and Bars Village, see 

Deerfield 
Millbrook, see Duxburv 
Millbury 783 

Millers Falls, see Erving 
Millers Falls, see Montague 
Millington, see New Salem 
Millis 785 

Mill River, see Deerfield 
Mill River. New Marlboro 
Mill Village, see Bourne 



Mill Village, see Dedham 
Mill Village, see Ashby 
Millvillc, see Blackstone 
Millwood, see Rowley 
Milton 786 

Mittineague, see Agawam 
Mittiueague. see West 

Springfield 
Moore's Corner, Leverett 
Morningside, see Pittslield 
Monroe 788 

Monroe Bridge, see Monroe 
Monson 788 

Montague 790 

Montague Center, Montague 
Montague City, Montague 
Monterey 193 

Montgomery 793 

Montello, see Brockton 
Montrose, see Wakefield 
Montserrat, sec Beverly 
Montville. see Sandisfield 
Monument Beach, Bourne 
Morse Village, New Salem 
Moultonville,see Newbury - 

port 
Mountain Park, see Swamp- 

scott 
Mount Auburn, Cambridge 
Mount Auburn, Watertown 
Mount Hermon, Northfield 
Mount Tom, Northampton 
Mount Tom, Eastharnpton 
Mount Washington 794 

MountWashington. Everett 
Mundale.see Westfield 
Muschopauge, see Rutland 
Mvricks, see Berkley 
Nahant 794 

Narmequoit, see Orleans 
Namskaket, see Orleans 
Nantasket, see Hull 
Nantucket 796 

Nash, see Weymouth 
Nashoba, see Westford 
Naskatucket, Fairhaven 
Natick 798 

Navy Yard, see Dracut 
Needham 801 

Needhain's Corner, see 

Peabody 
Nemasket, see Middleboro 
Ncponset, see Boston 
New Ash ford 803 

New Bedford 804 

New Boston, see Fairhaven 
New Boston, Winchcndon 
New Braintree 826 

Newbury 827 

Newbukypokt 828 

New City, see Eastharnpton 
Newhali's Crossing, see 

Peabody 
New Lenox, see Lenox 
New Marlboro 836 

New Salem 837 

New States, see Holden 
Newton 838 

Newton Center, see Newton 
Newton Highlands, Newton 
Newton Lower Falls, see 

Newton 
Newton Upper Falls, see 

Newton 
Newtonville, see Newton 
New Worcester, Worcester 



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Nichewaug, see Petersham 
Nine Acre Corner, Concord 
Nobscot, see Framingham 
Noman's Land, Chilmark 
Nonantuin, see Newton 
Nonquitt, see Dartmouth 
Norfolk 850 

Norfolk Center, Norfolk 
North Abington, Abington 
North Acton, see Acton 
Noktii Adams 850 

North Amherst, Amherst 
NORTHAMPTON 859 

North Andover 869 

North Andover Depot, see 

North Andover 
North Ashburnham, see 

Ashburnhum 
North Attleboro 870 

North Becket, see Becket 
North Bellingham, see 

Bellingham 
North Beverly, see Beverly 
North Billerica, Billerica 
North Blandford.Blandford 
Northboro 87:* 

North Brewster, Brewster 
Northbridge 874 

Northbridge Center, see 

Northbridge 
North Brookfleld 876 

North Cambridge, see 

Cambridge 
North Carver, see Carver 
North Chatham, Chatham 
North Chelmsford, see 

Chelmsford 
North Chester, see Chester 
North Cohasset, Cohasset 
North Dana, see Dana 
North Dartmouth, see 

Dartmouth 
North Dighton, see Dighton 
North District, Hamilton 
North Duxbury, Duxbury 
North Eastham, Eastham 
North Easton, see Easton 
North Egremont, see 

Egremont 
North Falmouth, Falmouth 
Northtield 878 

Northiield Farms, see 

Northfield 
North Foxl>oro, Foxboro 
North Franklin, Franklin 
North Crafton, see Grafton 
North Croveland, see 

Groveland 
North Hadley, see Hadley 
North Hanover, Hanover 
North Hanson, see Hanson 
North Harwich, Harwich 
North Hatfield, Hatfield 
North Heath, see Heath 
North Lancaster, see Lan- | 

caster 
North Lcverett, Leverett 
North Leominster, see 

Leominster 
North Lexington, see Lex- 
ington 
North Main Street, see 

Millbury 
North Marion, see Marion 
North Marshlield, see 

Mashneld 



North Mashpee, Mash pee 
North Middleboro. see 

Bridgewater 
North Middleboro, see 

Middleboro 
North Milford. see Milford 
North Monson. see Monson 
North Natick, see Natick 
North New Salem, see New 

Salem 
North Orange, see Orange 
North Oxford Mills, Oxford 
North Parish, Greenfield 
North Parish, Haverhill 
North Part, see Natick 
North Peabody, Peabody 
North Pembroke, see Pem- 
broke 
North Pepperell, see Pep- 

perell 
North Plymouth, Plymouth 
North Prescott, Prescott 
North Quarter, see Concord 
North Raynham, Raynham 
North Heading 879 

North Rehoboth, Rehoboth 
North Rochester, see 

Rochester 
North Rutland. Rutland 
North Saugus, see Saugus 
North Scituate, Scituate 
North Shirley, see Shirley 
Northsidc, see Charlton 
North Somerville, see 

Somerville 
North Spencer, Spencer 
North Stoughton, see 

S tough ton 
North Sudbury, Sudbury 
North Sunderland, see 

Sunderland 
North Swansea, Swansea 
North Taunton, Taunton 
North Tewksbury, see 

Tewksbury 
North Tisbury. see West 

Tisbury 
North Truro, see Truro 
North Uxbridge, Uxbridge 
Northville, East Bridge- 
water 
Northville. see Worcester 
North VValpole, Walpole 
North Webster, Webster 
North Westport. Wcstport 
North Weymouth, Wey- 
mouth 
North Wilbraham, see Wil- 

braham 
North Wilmington, Wil- 
mington 
North Winchester, Win- 
chester 
North Woburn, Woburn 
North Wood, see Holden 
North Worcester, see Wor- 
cester 
Norton 880 

Norton Furnace, Norton 
Nor we 11 881 

Norwich, see Huntington 
Norwich Bridge, see Hunt- 
ington 
Norwood 8S2 

Norwood Central, Norwood 
Oak Bluffs, Cottage City 



Oakdale, see Dedham 
Oakdale, see Bolyoke 
Oakdale, West I5o.vlston 
Oak Grove, see Fall River 
Oak Grove, see Maiden 
Oakham 881 

Oak Hill, see Newton 
Oakland, see Taunton 
Oaklandville, sec Saugus 
Ocean Spray, see Winthrop 
old Common. see Millburv 
Old Common, West Boylst'n 
Old Landing, see Marion 
Old Spain, see Weymouth 
Oldtown, see Newbury 
Oldtown, North Attleboro 
Onset, see Warehain 
Onset Bay, see Wareham 
Orange 885 

Orleans 888 

Osterville, see Barnstable 
Otis h^9 

Otter River, see Templeton 
(3 x ford 889 

Oxford, see Fairhaven 
Packardville, see Pelham 
Padanaram, Dartmouth 
Palmer 891 

Paper Mill. Bridgewater 
Paper Mills, see Middleton 
Partridgeville, see Athol 
Partridgeville, Templeton 
Parkerville, see Westford 
Pawtucketville, see Lowell 
Paxton 894 

Peabody 895 

Pelham 902 

Pelham Center, see Pelham 
Pembroke 902 

•Pemberton, see Hull 
Pepperell 903 

Perryville, see Dudley 
Perryville, see Rehoboth 
Peru 905 

.Petersham 905 

Phelps' Mill, see Peabodv 
Phillipston 906 

Phillips Beach, Swamp- 
scot t 
Phomix, see Tewksbury 
Pierceville, see Rochester 
Pigeon Cove, see Rockport 
Pine Nook, see Deerfield 

PlTTSFIELJ) 907 

Plainfield 918 

Plainville, see Hadley 
Plainville, see Wrentham 
Plainville. New Bedford 
Pleasant Lake, Harwich 
Pleasant Valley, Sutton 
Plymouth 919 

Plympton 922 

Plymptonville, Walpole 
Pocasset, see Bourne 
Pochet, see Orleans 
Point Allerton, see Bull 
Point Shirley, Winthrop 
Polpis, see Nantucket 
Pond Plain, see Westwood 
Bond Village, see Truro 
Pondville, see Norfolk 
Poniken, see Lancaster 
Ponkapoag, see Canton 
Pontoosuc, see Pittsfield 
Porter, see Weymouth 
Portnomequoit, Orleans 



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61 



Potterville, see Somerset 
Pratt's Junction, Sterling 
Prattville, see Kaynham 
Prattville. see Taunton 
Precinct, see Lakeville 
Prentice Corner, North- 
bridge 
Prescott 923 

Pride's Crossing, Beverly 
Princeton 923 

Princeton Depot, Princct'n 
Proctor's Crossing, Pea- 
body 
Prospect Hill, see West 

Springfield 
Prospect Hill, Somerville 
Prospect Street, Somer- 
ville 
Provincetown 924 

Puddingshire, Middleboro 
Purgatory, see West wood 
Putnamville, see Danvers 
Quaise, see Nantucket 
Quaker District, North- 

bdgeri 
Quansett, see Westport 
Quarry, see Monson 
Queen Anne's Corner, see 

Norwell 
Quepeggin, see Chilmark 
Quidnet, see Nantucket 
Quinapoxet, see Holden 
QUINCY 927 

Quincy Point, see Quincy 
Quinebaug, see Dudley 
Quingsigamond, see Wor- 
cester 
Quissett, see Falmouth 
Quitsey, see Chilmark 
Rakeville, see Bellingham 
Randolph 937 

Raynham 939 

Reading 940 

Readville, see Hyde Park 
Red Brook, see Plymouth 
Rehoboth 943 

Renfrew, see Adams 
Renfrew, see Dalton 
Reservoir Station, Brook- 
line 
Revere 944 

Rice Village, see Barre 
Riceville, see Athol 
Richmond 947 

Richmond Furnace, Rich- 
mond 
Rider Village, see Barre 
Ridge Hill, see Norwell 
Ringville, see Worthington 
Riverdale, see Dedham 
Riverdale, see Gloucester 
Riverdale, see Northbridge 
Riverdale, West Spring- 
field 
Riverside, see Gill 
Riverside, see Haverhill 
Riverside, see Newton 
Riverside, see Tewksbury 
Riverside, see Weston 
Riverside Park, see Con- 
cord 
Rivulet, see Uxbridge 
Robinsonville, Mansfield 
Robinsonville, see North 

Attleboro 
Rochester 947 



Rock, see Middleboro 
Rock Harbor, see Orleans 
Rock Bottom, see Stow 
Rochdale, see Leicester 
Rock Dale Mills, see West 

Stockbridge 
Rockdale, see Northbridge 
Rockland 948 

Rockport 930 

Rocks Village, Haverhill 
Rock Valley, see Holyoke 
Rockville, see Millis 
Rockville, see Fitchburg 
Rocky Nook, see Kingston 
Roslindale. see Boston 
Rowe 953 

Rowley 954 

Roxbury, see Boston 
Royals ton 955 

liussell 955 

Russell Mills, Dartmouth 
Russellville, see Hadley 
Russellville,see Southamp- 
ton 
Rutland 956 

Ryall Side, see Beverly 
Sagamore, see Bourne 
Sagamore, see Hull 
Sai.em 957 

Salisbury 972 

Salisbury Beach. Salisbury 
Salisbury Point. Amesbury 
Salisbury Square, Brockton 
Sandersdale, Southbridge 
Sandisfield 973 

Sandwich 974 

Sandy Valley, see Dedham 
Santuit. see Barnstable 
Saquish, see Plymouth 
Satucket, E. Bridgewater 
Saugus 975 

Saundersville, see Grafton 
Savoy 977 

Savoy Center, see Savoy 
Savoy Hollow, see Savoy 
Sawyer's Mills, Boylston 
Saxonville, Framingham 
Scituate 978 

Scituate Center, Scituate 
Scituate Harbor, Scituate 
Sconticut Neck, see Fair- 
haven 
Scotland, see Bridgewater 
Scotland, see Newbury 
Searsville. see Dennis 
Searsville, Williamsburg 
Seaside, see Kingston 
Sea View, see Marshtield 
Seekonk 979 

Seekonk, Great Barrington 
Segreganset, see Dighton 
Shaker Village, Harvard 
Shaker Village, Pittstleld 
Sharon 980 

Sharon Heights, see Sharon 
Shattuckville, see Colrain 
Shawville, see Wales 
Sheffield 981 

Sheffield Village, Sheffield 
Shelburne 982 

Shelburne Falls, Shelburne 
Sheldonville. Wrentharn 
Shepardville, Wrentharn 
Sherborn 984 

Sherbornville, Sherborn 
Shirley 985 



Shirleyvilie. (Post Office 

name for Shirley) 
Shrewsbury 986 

Shutesbury 987 

Siasconset, see Nantucket 
Silver Lake, see Kingston 
Silver Lake, see Plympton 
Silver Lake, Wilmington 
Sippican. see Marion 
Sixteen Acres, Springfield 
Smiths, see Enfield 
Smith's Ferry, see North- 
ampton 
Smith's Mills, Dartmouth 
Smithville, see Barre 
Snellville. see Sturbridge 
Sodom, see Scituate 
Somerset 987 

SOMEKVILLE 988 

South Abington Station, 

see Whitman 
South Acton, see Acton 
South Amherst, Amherst 
South Ashburuham, see 

Ashburnham 
Southampton 1005 

South Ashfield, Ashfield 
South Athol, see Athol 
South Attleboro, Attleboro 
South Barre, see Barre 
South Berlin, see Berlin 
South Bellingham, see Bel- 
lingham 
Southboro 1006 

lingham 
South Billerica, Billerica 
South Boston, see Boston 
South Boylston, see West 

Boylston 
South Braintree, Braintrce 
South Brewster, Brewster 
Southbridge 1007 

South Byfield, Newbury 
South Byfield, see George - 

Jown 
South Canton, see Canton 
South Carver, see Carver 
South Chatham, Chatham 
South Chelmsford, see 

Chelmsford 
South Dartmouth,see Dart- 
mouth 
South Dennis, see Dennis 
South Deertield. Deerfield 
South Douglas, Douglas 
South Duxbury, Duxbury 
South Easton, see Easton 
South Egremont.Egremont 
South Essex, see Essex 
Southfield, New Marlboro 
South Fitchburg, see Fitch- 
burg 
South Framingham, see 

Framingham 
South Franklin, Franklin 
South Gardner, Gardner 
South Georgetown, see 

Georgetown 
South Groveland, see 

Groveland 
South Hadley 1010 

South Hadley Falls, see 

South Hadley 
South Hamilton, Hamilton 
South Hanover, Hanover 
South Hanson, see Hanson 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



South Harwich, Harwich 
South Hingham, Hingham 
South Holyoke Holyoke 
South Hyarmis, see Barn- 
stable * 
South Lancaster, see Lan- 
caster 
South Lee, see Lee 
South Lincoln, see Lincoln 
South Lowell, see Tewks- 

bury 
South Lynn field, Lynnfield 
South Marshfield, see 

Marshfield 
South Mashpee, Mash pee 
South Mcdford, Medford 
South Middleboro, see Mid- 

dleboro 
South Middleton, see Mid- 

dleton 
South Milford, Hopedale 
South Milford, see Mendon 
South Monson, see Monson 
South Natick, see Natick 
South Orleans, see Orleans 
South Pea body, Peabody 
South Plymouth, Plymouth 
South Quincy, see Quincy 
South Raynham, Raynham 
South Reading, see Wake- 
field 
South Rehoboth, Rehoboth 
South Royalston, see Roy- 

alston 
South Sandisfield, see 

Sandisfield 
South Sandwich, Sandwich 
South Seekonk, Seekonk 
South Sherborn, Sherborn 
South Shrewsbury, see 

Shrewsbury 
South Somerset, Somerset 
South Spencer, see Spencer 
South Sudbury, Sudbury 
South Sutton, see Sutton 
South Swansea, Swansea 
South Tewksbury, see 

Tewksbury 
South Truro, see Truro 
South Village, see Dennis 
Southville. see Southboro 
South Walpole, Walpole 
South Wareham, see 

Wareharo 
South Wellfleet, Wcllneet 
South Westminster, see 

Westminster 
South Westport, Westport 
South Weymouth, see 

Weymouth 
Southwick 1012 

South Williamstown, see 

Williamstown 
South Worcester, see Wor- 
cester 
South Worthington, see 

Worthington 
South Wrentham, see 

Wrentham 
South Yarmoxtth, see Yar- 
mouth 
Spencer 1013 

Springdalc, see Canton 
Springdale, see Holden 
Springdale, see Holyoke 
Springfield 1016 



Spring Hill, see Sandwich 
Spring Hill, see Somerville 
Springville, see Topstield 
Spruce Corner, see Ashfield 
Squantum, see Quincy 
Squibnocket, see Chilmark 
State Farm, Bridgewater 
State Line, see West Stock- 
bridge 
Stearnsville, see Pittsiield 
Steep Brook, see Fall River 
Sterling 1049 

Sterling Junction, Sterling 
Stevens Village, see North 

Andover 
Still River, see Harvard 
Stockbridge 1050 

Stone District, Northbridge 
Stone Factory, see Canton 
Stoneham 1051 

Stone Haven, see Dedham 
Stoneville, see Auburn 
Stony Beach, see Hull 
Stony Brook, see Kingston 
Stony Brook, see Norfolk 
Stony Brook, see Weston 
Stoughton 1054 

Stow 1056 

Straw Hollow, see Boylston 
Sturbridge 1057 

Sudbury 1058 

Sugar Loaf, see Deerfield 
Summit, see Worcester 
Sunderland 1059 

Surfside, see Hull 
Surf side, see Nantucket 
Sutton 1059 

Swampscott 1061 

Swansea 1062 

Swansea Center, Swansea 
Swansea Village, Swansea 
Sweet's Corners, see Wil- 
liamstown 
Swift River, Cummington 
Symmes' Corner, see Win- 
chester 
Tack Factory, Middleboro 
Tapleyville, see Danvers 
Tarkiln, see Duxbury 
Tasseltop, see Douclas 
Tutham, West Springfield 
Tatnuck. see Worcester 
Taunton 1063 

Teaticket, see Falmouth 
Templeton 1074 

Tennyville, see Palmer 
Tewksbury 1076 

Tewksbury Junction, see 

Tewksbury 
Texas, see Oxford 
The Green, see Middleboro 
Thomastown. Middleboro 
Thompsonville.see Newton 
Thorndike, see Palmer 
Three Rivers, see Palmer 
Tihonet, see Wareham 
Tillotson's, see Pittstleld 
Tilton's, see Walpole 
Tisbury 1077 

Tolland 1078 

Topstield 1079 

Touset, see Orleans 
Townsend 1080 

Townsend Harbor, see 

Townsend 
Tower Hill, see Randolph 



Traskville Fitchburg 

Tremont, see Wareham 
Trowbridgeville, see Wor- 
cester 
Truro " 1081 

Tuckernuck, Nant ucket 
Tuftsville, see Dudley 
Tully, see Orange 
Turner's Falls. Montague 
Turnpike, see Rowley 
Tylervi)le,see Belchertown 
Tyngsboro 3082 

Tyringham 1082 

Union Market, see Water- 
town 
Union Square, see Somer- . 

ville 
Unionville, see P'aston 
Uuionville, see Franklin 
Unionville, see Holden 
Unionville, seeWellesley 
Upper Falls, see Needham 
Upton . 1083 

Upton Center, see Upton 
Uxbridge 1084 

Uxbridge Center, see Ux- 
bridge 
Valley Village, Princeton 
Valley Village, see West 

Boylston 
Van Deusen, see Great 

Barrington 
Vineyard Haven, Tisbury 
Vineyard Highlands, see 

Cottage City 
Waban. see Newton 
Wadswortk's, see Franklin 
Wakebv. see Sandwich 
Wakefield 1086 

Wakefield Junction, see 

Wakefield 
Wales 1089 

Walker, see Taunton 
Walnut Hill, see Dedham 
.Walnut Hill, see Woburn 
Walpole 1090 

Waltham 1091 

Wamesit, see Tewksbury 
Wanwinet, see Nantucket 
Wapping, see Deerfield 
Wapping, see Kingston 
Waquoit, see Falmouth 
Warden's Corner, see 

Westport 
Ward Hill, see Haverhill 
Ware 1101 

Wareham 1104 

Warren 1106 

Warwick 1108 

Washington 1108 

Waterford, see Blackstone 
Watertown 1109 

Waterville, see Middleboro 
Waterville, Winchendon 
Waveland, see Hull 
Waverlev, see Belmont 
Wavland 1112 

Webster 1113 

Webster Depot, Webster 
Webster Mills, Webster 
Webster Village, Scituate 
Weir, see Taunton 
Wellesley 1116 

Wellesley Falls, Wellesley 
Wellesley Farms, see 
Wellesley 






CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 



Wellesley Hills, Wellesley 
Wellfleet 1118 

Wellingsly, see Plymouth 
Wellington, see Med ford 
■ Weuaumet, see Bourne 
Wendell 1119 

Wendell Depot, Wendell 
Wenham 1120 

Wenham Center, Wenham 
Wenham Neck, Wenham 
West Abington, Abington 
West Acton, see Acton 
West Auburn, see Auburn 
West Barnstable, see Barn- 
stable 
West Becket, sec Becket 
West Berlin, see Berlin 
Westboro 1121 

West Boxford, see Boxford 
West Boy lston 1123 

West Brewster. Brewster 
West Bridgewater - 1 125 
West Britnfield, Brimiield 
West Brooklield 1 135 

West Cambridge, see Cam- 
bridge 
West Chatham, Chatham 
West Chelmsford, see 

Chelmsford 
West Chesterfield, see 

Chesterfield 
West Corners, Kandolph 
West Cummington, see 

Cummington 
Westdale, see E. Bridge - 

water 
Westdale, see West 

Bridgewater 
West Dedham, see West- 
wood 
West Deerfield, Deerfield 
West Dennis, see Dennis 
West Dighton, see Dighton 
West District, Hamilton 
West Douglas, see Douglas 
West Dudley, see Dudley 
West Duxbury. Duxbury 
West Falmouth, see 

Falmouth 
West Farms, see North- 
ampton 
West Farms, see West- 
field 
Westfield 1126 

Westfield, see Dedham 
West Fitchburg, see Fitch- 
burg 
Westford 1133 

Westf ord Corner, see 

Westford 
West Foxboro, Foxboro 
West Gardner, Gardner 
West Gloucester, see 

Gloucester 
West Granville, Granville 
West Groton, see Groton 
Westhampton 1 ! 35 

Westhampton Centre, see 

Westhampton 
West Hanover, Hanover 
West Harwich, Harwich 
West Hatfield, Hatfield 
West Hawley, see Hawlcy 
West Hingham, Hingharn 
West Leominster, see 
Leominster 



West Leyden, see Leyden 
W. Longmeadow,see Long- 
meadow 
West Lynn, see Lynn 
West Manchester, see Man- 
chester 
West Mansfield, Mansfield 
West Med ford, see Medford 
West Medway, see Medway 
West Millbury, Millbury 
Westminster 1135 

Westminster Depot, see 

Westminster 
West New Boston, see 

Sandisfield 
West Newbury 1130 

West Newton, see Newton 
West Northlield,Northiield 
Weston 1137 

West Orange, see Orange 
West Otis, see Otis 
West Oxford, see Oxford 
West Parish, see Andover 
West Parish, see Haverhill 
West Part, sec Natlck 
West Part, Southampton 
West Peabody, Peabody 
West Pelham, see Pelham 
West Plymouth, Plymouth 
Westport 1138 

Westport Factory, see 

Dartmouth 
Westport Factory, see 

Westport 
Westport Harbor, see 

Westport 
Westport Point. Westport 
West Quincy, see Quincy 
West Koyalston, Koyalston 
West Koxbury, Boston 
West Rutland, see Rutland 
West Shrewsbury, see 

Shrewsbury 
West Somerville, see Som- 

erville 
West Springfield 1139 

West Sterling, see Sterling 
West Stockbridge 1142 

West Stockbridge Center, 

see West Stockbridge 
West Stoughton, see 

Stoughton 
West Sutton, see Sutton 
West Tewksbury, see 

Tewksbury 
WestTisbury 1143 

West Townsend, Townsend 
West Upton, see Upton 
Westvalc, see Concord 
Westville, see Sturbridge 
Westville, see Taunton 
West 'Ware, see Ware 
West Wareham, Wareham 
West Warren, see Warren 
West wood 1143 

West Worthington see 

Worthington 
West Wrentham, see 

Wrentham 
West Yarmouth. Yarmouth 
Weymouth 1144 

Weymouth Center, see 

Weymouth 
Weymouth Heights, see 

Weymouth 



Weymouth Landing, see 

Weymouth 
Whately H48 

Whately Center. Whately 
Wheelerville, see Athol 
Wheelerviile, see Millbury 
Wheelock's. see Uxbridge 
Wheelwright, Ha rd w ic k 
White Oaks, see Williams- 
town 
Whiteville, see Mansfield 
Whitinsvilie, Northbridge 
Whitman 1 149 

Whittenton, see Taunton 
Wianno, see Barnstable 
Wigginville, see Tewksbury 
Wilbraham . 1151 

Wilkinsonville, see Sutton 
Williamsburg 1152 

Williamstown 1154 

Williainstown Station, see 

Williamstown 
Williamsville, see Hub- 
bards ton 
Williamsville, see West 

Stockbridge 
Willimansett, see Chicopee 
Willow Bridge, Somerville 
Willowdale, see Ipswich 
Wilmington 1155 

Wilmington Center, see 

Wilmington 
Wilmington Junction, see 

Wilmington 
Winchendon 1156 

Winchendon Center, see 

Winchendon 
Winchendon Springs, see 

Winchendon 
Winoheudon Village, see 

Winchendon 
Winchester 1159 

Windsor 1162 

Windsor Hill, see Windsor 
Winjetuxet, see Plymouth 
Winneconnet, see Norton 
Winslow's, see Norwood 
Winslow's Crossing, see 

Hanover 
Winter Hill, see Somer- 
ville 
Winthrop 1162 

Winthrop Center, see Win- 
throp 
Winthrop Highlands, see 

Winthrop 
Wire Village, see Spencer 
WOBURN 1164 

Wollaston, see Quincy 
Woodbury, see Sutton 
Wood's Holl, see Fal- 
mouth 
Wood's Village, Shirley 
Woodville, Hopkinton 
Woodville. see Wakefield 
Worcester nsi 

Worthington 1227 

Wrentham 1228 

Wyoma Village, see Lynn 
Wyoming, see Melrose' 
Yarmouth 1229 

Yarmouth Farms, see Yar- 
mouth 
Yarmouthport. Yarmouth 
Zoar, see Charlemont 
Zylonite. see Adams 



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In the State of Massachusetts: 



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Adams 

Anaesbury 

Amherst 

Arlington 

Asbburnham 

Athol 

Ayer 

Baldwinsville 

Barre 

Belchertown 

Beverly 

Boston 

Brighton 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Charlestown 

Chelsea 

Chester 

Chesterfield 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Concord 

Conway 

Dedham 

Dorchester 

East Boston 

Easthampton 

East Longmeadow 

East Pepperell 

Enfield 

Everett 

Fitchburg 

Foxboro 

Franklin 

Gardner 

Georgetown 

Gilbertville 

Gloucester 

Greenfield 

Great Barrington 

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Harvard 

Hardwick 

Haverhill 

Haydenville 

Hingham 

Holliston 

Holyoke 

Hudson 

Huntington 

Hyde Park 

Ipswich 

Jamaica Plain 

Jefferson 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Lenox 

Leominster 

Lexington 

Lowell 

Lynn 

Maiden 

Manchester 

Marlboro 

Medford 

Melrose 

Merrimac 

Milford 

Millville 

Milton 

Monson 

Montague 

Natick 

Newburyport 

Newton 

Newton Highlands 

North Adams 

Northampton 

Northboro 

North Oxford 

Norwood 

Orange 



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Palmer 

Pittstield 

Quincy 

Revere 

Roxbury 

Rutland 

Salem 

Shelburne Falls 

Somerville 

South Boston 

Southbridge 

South Deertield 

South Framingharn 

South Sudbury 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Stockbridge 

Stoughton 

Townsend 

Turner's Falls 

Upton 

Uxbridge 

Wakefield 

Walpole 

Waltham 

Ware 

Warren 

Webster 

Wellesley 

Westboro 

Westfield 

West Med way 

West Newton 

West Warren 

Whitinsville 

Williamsburg 

Winchendon 

Winchester 

Winthrop 

Woburn 

Worcester 



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GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS IN 
MASSACHUSETTS. 



By Hon. Alfred S. Roe 



Under the Constitution, thirty-five 
men have held the ofiice of chief ex- 
ecutive. This number does not in- 
clude lieutenant-governors who have 
been acting governors, nor the one 
Instance of the Executive Council 
serving in that capacity. 

By special act, the first election 
for governor was had September 4, 
1780, that day being the first Mon- 
day in the month, and thereafter till 
1831 the elections came on the first 
Monday in April. The governor held 
his office for one year after the last 
Wednesday in May, this system ob- 
taining till 1832, when his' term be- 
gan on the first Wednesday in Jan- 
uary. 

For many years the Legislative 
Manual has given the names of the 
governors and their terms of office. 
but curiosity is often piqued to know 
who the defeated ones were, and 
what were the politics of those win- 
ning as well as of those vanquished; 
an effort is made herein to satisfy 
such pardonable desire and, at the 
same time, to give sundrv other facts 
which may be of utility. Lack of 
space prevents giving the natural 
biographical data which each name 
suggests and the items of political 
interest, once momentious, but now 
largely forgotten. It is exceedingly 
difficult at this date to trace the is- 
sues on which parties divided loo 
years ago. At first there were Fed- 
eralists and Anti-Federalists; the 
latter gradually grew to be called 
Democratic-Republicans, next Re- 
publicans, and finally Democrats. To 
the Federalists succeeded the Na- 
tional Republicans, who became, 
after a while, Whigs. The later Re- 
publican party was made up of Free 
Soil Whigs and Democrats. 

In the following list are given, first, 
the year and day of the election; the 
total vote, the name of the success- 
nil candidate, and, in most cases, 
those of the leading defeated ones. 
It must be remembered that Massa- 
chusetts included the district of 
Maine till 1SJ0. 

1780, September 4, the total vote 

was 12,281, not including Dukes 

and Nantucket, for which no returns 

are found; John Hancock hud 11.- 

5 



207; James Bowdoin. 1.033; all 
others, 41, from one to six votes 
being cast for Sam. Adams. Jos. 
Hawley, John Worth! ngton, Jeremiah 
I'owel!, John Adams, Robert Treat 
Paine. James Otis, Stephen Choate, 
Wm. Gushing, Ceo. Watson, Artemas 
Ward, P.enj. Lincoln, James Sulli- 
van, Azor Orne and Ebenezer Mann. 
Hancock was a Federalist in politics, 
as was Bowdoin also. The issue 
seemed to be one of personal prefer- 
ence. 

1781, April 2; total vote. 8,585; 
John Hancock had 7,000; all others 
580: James Bowdoin was still the 
leading opponent, but a long ways 
behind; votes were cast for twenty- 
four others. 

17S2. April 1; total vote, 7.744: 
John Hancock had 5,855; all others. 
1,889; James Bowdoin is again a poor 
second, with a field of forty-one. the 
majority # of them receiving a single 
vote. 

1783. April 7; total vote. 0.108: 
John Hancock had 0.(503; Jas. Bow- 
doin creeps slowly up, though still a 
long ways behind, with thirteen fol- 
lowing him: this number would, 
doubtless, bo increased were all the 
counties reported: for this year and 
the following the returns, as pre- 
served, art' imperfect. 

1784. April 5: total vote. 7,631: 
John Hancock had 5.100: the oppo- 
sition is divided among thirty-eight 
men. including James Bowdoin and 
nearly all those voted for in 1780; 
sometimes the entire vote of a town- 
shin is thrown for a local favorite. 

1785. April 4; total vote. 9,005; 
James Bowdoin had 3,510; Thomas 
Gushing, 3.005: Benj. Lincoln. 1,145; 
Oliver Presoott, 208; the remaining 
votes were scattered among forty- 
six men, including John Hancock, 
who. on account of illness, had de- 
clined being a candidate; as there 
was no election by the people the 
contest was thrown into the Legis- 
lature, where May 20. at 4 P. M., 
in accordance with the terms of the 
Constitution, "two out of four per- 
sons who had the highest number of 
votes" were named to be reported to 
the Senate for election. The House 
gave Thomas dishing 134 votes and 



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James Bowdoin 89. Later In the 
same day, the Senate elected James 
Bowdoin hy a large majority. Botn 
Bowdoln and dishing were Federal- 
ists; Indeed, all the candidates 
named differed very little In politi- 
cal belief. Their votes arose, largely, 
from personal and local causes. 
Cushing was the lirst lieutenant- 
governor under the Constitution. 
Lincoln was the Revolutionary gen- 
eral of Ilingham, and Prescott was 
a Groton physician, though he later 
moved to Newburyport, where he 
died. The names of these men ap- 
pear for years, with more or less fol- 
lowing, In the returns of gubernato- 
rial votes. 

1786, April 3; total vote, 8.231; 
James Bowdoin had G.OOi ; John 
Hancock, 1,220; the remaining votes 
were divided among thirty-three men, 
Including some of the most notable 
In the State. 

1787, April 2; total vote, 24,588; 
John Hancock had 18,45!); James 
Bowdoin, the leading competitor, was 
badly beaten, having only 5.414 
votes; his firmness in suppressing 
Shays* Rebellion the preceding year 
completely destroyed his popularity, 
and reinstated Hancock; the remain- 
ing ballots were shared by eighteen 
men. 

1788, April 7; total vote. 22,157; 
JonN Hancock had 17.841; Elbridge 
Gerry, 4,105; sixteen others, includ- 
ing James Bowdoin, the remainder. 
Gerry was a follower of Thomas Jef- 
ferson,, then called a Republican, 
really a believer iu what was later 
known as the Democracy. 

1789, April G; total vote, 21,384; 
John Hancock had 17,264; James 
Bowdoin, 3,458; twenty-three others, 
what was left. 

1790, April 5; total vote. 16,518; 
JonN Hancock had 14,283; James 
Bowdoin, 1,886; all others, the bal- 
ance. As ex-Gov. Bowdoin died Nov. 
6 of this year, he disappeared as a 
candidate, though his son, James, 
tooix his place among the scattering 
for the next fifteen years. 

1791, April 4; total vote, 17,032; 
John Hancock had 15.906; Francis 
Dana, 278; the remaining ballots 
were scattered among forty men; 
Dana, a Federalist, from 1791 to 
1806 was chief justice of the Su- 
preme Court of Massachusetts. He 
was the father of Richard H. Dana, 
1 st, America's earliest poet of note. 

1792, April 2; total vote, 16,S94; 
JonN Hancock had 14.628; Francis 
Dana, 826; Samuel Phillips, 610; the 
balance was scattered among forty- 
seven men. Phillips, a Federalist, 
was president of the State Senate. 

1793, April 1; total vote, 18,2(16; 
JonN Hancock had 16,428; Elbridge 
Gerry, f>0D ; all others, thirty-seven 



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men, the remainder. As Gov. Han- 
cock died in office Oct. 8, 1793, his 
name disappears from subsequent 
lists. 

1794, April 7; total vote, 23,454; 
Samuel Adams had 14,425; Wm. 
Gushing, 6,907; the remaining bal- 
lots were cast for thirty-five differ- 
ent men. Adams was opposed bv 
the Federalists; he was a moderate 
Republican or a modern Democrat. 
dishing, a Federalist, was the first 
chief justice of the Supreme Court 
under the Constitution, resigning in 
1789 to become an associate justice 
of the U. S. Supreme Court. 

1795, April 6; total vote, 17,710; 
Samuel, Adams had 15,976; Win. 
Ousmng, 535; forty-eight others had 
the remainder in varying numbers. 

1796, April 4: total vote. 26,493; 
Samuel Adams had 15,195; Increase 
Sumner, 10,196; twenty-eight men re- 
ceived the rest. Sumner was a Fed- 
eralist and a judge of the Supreme 
Court. 

1797, April 3; total vote. 25,658: 
Increase Sumner had 14,510; James 
Sullivan. 6.810: Moses Gill. 3.502; 
thirty-nine others the remainder. 
Sullivan was a Republican; Gill, a 
Federalist. 

179S, April 2: total vote. 21.250: 
Increase Sumner had 18.24r>; James 
Sullivan, 1,913; thirty-eight other 
names received votes. 

1799. April 1: total vote. 33.013: 
Increase Sumner had 24,073; Wm. 
Heath, 7,709; forty-three men were 
remembered in the remaining ballots. 
Sumner died in office June 7. 1700. 
Heath was a Revolutionary general 
of Republican tendencies, living in 
Roxburv. 

1800. April 7: total vote, 30.050; 
Caleb Strong had 10.030. a majori- 
ty of only 100 votes; Elbridge Gerry. 
16,050; the remaining vote was scat- 
tered among forty-two men. Stron'- 
was a thorough Federalist and Gerrv 
a Republican, the name by which 
the Democrats of a century ago were 
known. Strong had been the first 
senator in the Federal Congress and 
was, by all odds, the most popular 
man in the Connecticut valley. 
Northampton was his home. 

1801. April 6; total vote. 45,810: 
Caleb Strong had 25,452: Elbridge 
Gerry, 18,981: forty-five other names 
were balloted for. 

1S02, April 5: total vote, 49,583: 
Caleb Strono had 29.983: Elbridge 
Cerry, 19,443; thirty other names had 
scattering votes. 

1803, April 4; total vote, 43,400; 
Caleb Strong bad 29,199; Elbridge 
Gerry, 13,850; forty-two other names 
appear in the summary. 

1801, April 2; total vote, 54,490; 
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Sullivan, 23,996; the aggregates in- 
clude thirty-eight other names. 

1S05, April 1; total vote. 6S.98G; 
Caleb Strong had 35,204; James Sul- 
livan, 33,517; the remaining ballots, 
less than three hundred, went to 
twenty-nine others. 

1806, April 7; total vote, 75,171; 
Caleb Strong had 37,740; James Sul- 
livan, 37,009; forty others had what 
was left. 

1807, April 6; total vote, 81,503; 
James Sullivan had 41,954; Caleb 
Strong, 39,224; 325 votes were scat- 
tered among no less than 281 individ- 
uals; this was the long-delayed Dem- 
ocratic triumph, though it was 
called Republican then. Governor 
Sullivan of Boston had long been 
known as Judge Sullivan, having sat 
on the Supreme bench from 1770 to 
1782. 

1808, April 4; total vote, 81,147; 
James Sullivan had 41,193; Christo- 
pher Gore (Federalist), 39,043; sixty- 
eight men divided the remaining 311 
votes. Governor Sullivan died in of- 
fice Dec. 10, 1808; and the next year 
the State lapsed again into Federal- 
ism. 

1S09, April 3; total vote, 93.322; 
Christopher Gore had 47,910; Levi 
Lincoln (Republican), 45,118; the re- 
maining 288 ballots went to 85 per- 
sons. Lincoln was the father of the 
subsequent governor, Levi Lincoln. 
Governor Gore was the law pre- 
ceptor of Daniel Webster, and in 
1S14 was elected to the U. S. Sen- 
ate. 

1810, April 2; total vote, 90,813; 
Elbridgb Gerry had 40,511; Chris- 
topher Gore, 44,079; what was left, 
193 votes, went to thirty-four individ- 
uals; a Republican victory then, it 
would be called Democratic now. 

1811, April 1; total votes, 83,917; 
Elbridgb Gerry had 43,328; Chris- 
topher Gore, 40,142; thirty-eight 
others had 447 scattering votes. 

1812, April G; total vote, 104,150; 
Caleb Strong had 52,090; Elbridge 
Gerry, 51,320; thirty-four others had 
the remaining 134 ballots; the State 
was again Federal, but Gerry's grief 
was alleviated by his being elected 
vice-president this year, living, how- 
ever, only two years to enjoy his 
honors. 

J813, April 5; total vote, 100,223; 
! > alkii Strong had 57,754; Joseph B. 
>arnuni (Republican), 42.789; thirty- 
■even persons had 680 ballots. J. B. 
},«inum of Bra cut was at this time 
*-■'• S. senator, having been a repre- 
sentative In Congress for many years. 
»e had been speaker of the national 
House and later was acting vice- 
president of the U. S. He had won 
fame In (he Revolutionary War. 

LM4, April 4; total vote, 102,236; 
J alkb Strong had 50,374; Samuel 
l '*xter (Republican), 45,953; one hun- 



dred and fifty votes were scattered 
among lifty-four men. Dexter had 
been In both branches of Congress; 
had been secretary of war and of 
the treasury. Originally a Federal 
alist, he had drifted in to Republi- 
canism. 

1815, April 3; total vote, 94,433; 
Caleb Strong had 50,921; Samuel 
Dexter, 43,938; all others, fifty-eight 
In number, had 158 ballots. 

1810, April 1; total vote, 97,081; 
John Brooks had 49,578; Samuel 
Dexter, 47,153; forty-three others re- 
ceived 253 votes; Brooks was a Fed- 
eralist. Apparently Dexter' s Repub- 
licanism had grown cold, for on his 
nomination he wrote, stating that he 
differed widely from those thus hon- 
oring him. This was only a few 
weeks before his death, which took 
place in Athens, N. Y., May 3, 1810. 

1817, April 7; total vote, §4,496; 
JoriN Brooks had 46,100; Henry 
Dearborn (Republican), 38,129; 207 
scattering ballots were cast for 59 
persons. General Dearborn had been 
conspicuous in the War of the Revo- 
lution and that of 1812. 

1818, April 6: total vote, 70,929; 
John Brooks had 39,538; Beni. W. 
Crowninshield (Republican), 30,041; 
the remaining 1348 ballots went to 
eighty men. B. W. C. was a Salem 
man, long in public life, had been 
secretary of the navy in cabinets of 
Madison and Monroe; later was a 
representative in Congress. 

1819, April 5; total vote, 79,885; 
John Brooks had 42,875; 1'enj. W. 
Crowninshield, 35,271; the 1739 scat- 
tering votes went to sixty-seven in- 
dividuals. 

1820, April 3; total vote, 53,297; 
John Brooks had 31,072; Wm. Eustis 
(Republican), 21,927; sixty-one others 
had 298 votes. This was the first 
election after the setting off of the 
district of Maine, hence the falling 
off In the vote. Doctor Eustis had 
been a surgeon in the army through- 
out the Revolution, and for several 
years had been a representative in 
Congress. Also secretary of war in 
Madison's Cabinet. 

1821, April 2; total vote. 49,080; 
John Brooks had 28,008: Wm. Eus- 
tis, 20,208; 210 votes were scattered 
among eightv-six names. 

1822, April 1; total vote. 49.849; 
John Brooks had 28,487; Wm. Eus- 
tis, 21,177; all others, 185; neither 
names nor numbers given. 

1823, April 7; total vote, 05,330; 
William Eustis had 34,402; Harri- 
son Gray Otis (Federalist), 30,171; all 
others, 757; a Republican victory; In 
later parlance, Democratic. Wm. 
Eustis was the last man of Revolu- 
tionary note elected to the office of 
governor. He ended the first period 
in the political history of (he State. 
Otis, nephew of Ja_mos Otis, was ac- 





























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counted one of the finest gentlemen 
of his day and a Federalist to the 
core. He was repeatedly president 
of the Senate. 

1S24, April 5; total vof 
William Eustis had 38,650; Samuel 
Lathrop (Federalist), 34,210: all 
others, 191; Governor Eustis died in 
office Feh. G. 1S25. Lathrop was one 
of the most noted citizens of Spring- 
field, afterwards president of the 
Senate. 

1823. April 4; total vote. 37.420: 
Levi Lincoln had 35.271: scattering, 
2,205; there appeared to be no organ- 
ized opposition to the election of Lin- 
coln, who was a Democratic Repub- 
lican, but had been nominated by the 
Federalists also. Diligent seareh in 
the archives reveals nothing further 
than the above. 

1820, April 3; total vote. 30.002: 
Levi Lincoln had 27,884; Samuel 
Hubbard (Federalist), 9,082: there 
were 3,026 votes given to 180 dif- 
ferent men. Hubbard was a Boston 
lawver of distinction: in 1812 he was 
made a judge of the Supreme Court. 

1827, April 2; total vote, 30,119; 
Levi Lincoln had 29.029: Wm. C. 
Jarvls (Free Bridge), 7.130; scatter- 
ing, 2.000: among the half dozen 
names thus honored was that of 
Daniel Webster. Opposition to Gov- 
ernor Lincoln arose from his veto- 
lug the Charlestown Free Bridge Act. 
It is probable, too, that the gov- 
ernor's opinions were undergoing 
change, for, thereafter, there was 
steady Republican opposition and 
when he left his office in 1S34, he 
was a Whig. 

Jarvls was a soldier of fortune. 
long prominent in affairs, represent- 
ing at different times. Pittsfield, 
Charlestown and Woburn in the Gen- 
eral Court. He ended life, finally, by 
suicide at his father's home. 
Weathersfield, Vt. In 1S27 and later 
he was speaker of the House. His 
father. William, and his grandfather. 
Dr. Charles, had been conspicuous 
men in State and nation. 

1828, April 7: total vote. 34.318; 
Levi Lincoln had 27.0S1 ; Marcus 
Morton (Republican). 4.423: scatter- 
ing, 1,914. Morton was a Taunton 
lawver, later governor. 

1829, April 0: total vote, 35.203: 
Levi Lincoln had 25,217: Marcus 
Morton (Democrat), 6.864: scatter- 
ing, 3,122. The name Democrat re- 
placed Republican with t T* * - advent 
of Andrew Jackson. 

1830, April 5: total vote. 47.173; 
Levi Lincoln had 30.90K; Ma reus 
Morton (Democrat), 14.440; scatter- 
ing, 1.S25. 

1831, April 4: total vote. 4S.sor, : 
Levi Lincoln had 31.875; Marcus 
Morton (Democrat), 12.694: Hainan 
Lincoln. 923: Henry Shaw. SfoO: the 



last two were voted for, principally, 
in Hampshire county, though some 
ballots were cast for them in Wor- 
cester county; Daniel Webster and 
H. G. Otis appeared in the scatter- 
ing vote, which was 2,503. Heman 
Lincoln was a Baptist minister and 
professor in Newton Theological 
Seminary. Henry Shaw of Lanesboi- 
ough had been in Congress and for 
many years a member of the Gen- 
eral Court. He was the father of 
"Josh Billings." 

By the tenth amendment to the 
Constitution, ratified by the people 
May 11. 1831, the Legislature began 
thereafter on the first Wednesday in 
January, and the election of all 
State officers was ordered on the 
second Monday in November. Ac- 
cordingly in 1831, Nov. 14, a seeond 
election was held for ollicers to serve 
through 1S32. resulting as follows: 
Total vote, 53,415; Levi Lincoln had 
28.804; Samuel Lathrop (Anti-Mason- 
ic), 13..T.7: Marcus Morton (Demo- 
crat), 10.075; scattering, 270; possibly 
Lincoln is less a Democrat than for- 
merly: at any rate Democratic op- 
position increases. Lathrop bad been 
the Federal candidate in 1824. 

The inauguration of the govern- 
ment for 1832, January 4, was the 
first to take place at the beginning 
of the year and the first Wednesday 
in January has been the date for that 
event to the present. It should he 
noted 'that the following data are. in 
every instance, for the governor dur- 
ing the subsequent vear. 

1832. Nov. 12; total vote, 04.223: 
Levi Lincoln had 33.040; Marcus 
Morton (Democrat), 15,107: Samuel 
Lathrop (Anti-Masonic), 14,753: scat- 
tering, 327. 

1833. Nov. 11; total vote. 02.474: 
John Davis (Whig) had 25.140; John 
Quincy Adams (Anti-Masonic), 18,- 
274: Marcus Morton (Democrat). 15.- 
403; Samuel C. Allen, 3.450; scatter- 
ing, 00, and there was no election by 
the people. Jan. 8, 1834, the House 
voted to send the names of Davis 
and Morton to the Senate, and. on 
the 0th. that body voted. John 
Davis, 30; Marcus Morton. 4: blanks. 
3; Mr. Davis was a Whig and was 
popularly called "Honest John Da- 
vis." 

1834. Nov. 10; total vote. 75..°.10: 
John Davis (Whig) had 43,7.">3; Mar- 
cus Morton (Democrat). 18,683: John 
Bailey (known as an Adams man). 
10.100; Samuel C. Allen. 2.5S0; the 
166 scattering votes were for H. G. 
Otis. Isaac C. Bates. Samuel T. Ann- 
strong, J. Q. Adams et al. Governor 
Davis resigned March 1. 1835. having 
been elected a senator in Conirress. 

1835. Nov. !): total vote. 04.903; 
Emv.wu) Eveiiett (Whig) had 37.- 
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227; Samuel T. Armstrong, 1,001; 
2.0 ballots were scattered among 
(ieorge Bancroft, H. G. Otis and 
eight others. 

1836, Nov. 14; total vote, 
Edward Everett (Whig) had 
Marcus Morton (Democrat), 
scattering, 227. 

1837, Nov. 13; total vote. 
Edward Everett (Whig) had 
Marcus Morton (Democrat), 
scattering, 28G for 46 persons; 
them were Daniel Webster, 



78,389; 
42,100; 

35,902; 

83,838; 

50,565; 

32,1)87 ; 

among 
Horace 
Mann, J. Q. Adams and Win. Lloyd 
(.Inrrison. 

1S3S, Nov. 12; total vote, 93,941; 
Edward Everett (Whig), 51,(542; 
Marcus Morton (Democrat), 41,795; 
scattering, 504; the name of Wendell 
I'hillips appears in the held and con- 
tinued to do as nearly as long as he 
lived. 

1839. Nov. 11; total vote. 102.066; 
Marcus Morton (Democrat) had 51,- 
034; Edward Everett (Whig), 50,725; 
scattering, 307. This is the famous 
election in which the Democrat 
Morton won by a single vote, which 
at least a hundred patriots claimed 
to have cast. 

1840. Nov. 9; total vote, 127,231; 
John Davis (Whig) had 70.881; Mar- 
cus Morton (Democrat). 55,109; Goo. 
W. Johnson, 1,081; Seth Sprague, 57; 
fifty others shared the scattering 130 
votes. 

1841. Nov. 8; total vote. 111,095; 
John- Davis (Whig) had 55.974.; Mar- 
cus Morton (Democrat). 51.307: Lu- 
cius Rock wood, 3.4SS; Wendell Phil- 
lips, 120; thirty-seven others received 
the scattering 14G votes. 

1542, Nov. 14: total vote, 117,992; 
M.trcus Morton (Democrat) had 56,- 
«H; John Davis (Whig), 54,939; Sam- 
uel E. Sewall, 6,382, the first consid- 
erable Free Soil vote; scattering, ISO. 
divided among 60 individuals, and 
there was no election by the people, 
•'•in. 16, 1843, the House sent up to 
Hie Senate the names of Morton and 
j'nvis, the former having 174 votes, 
lust the number necessary for the 
first place. On the 17th, the Senate 
v ''ted Marcus Morton, 27: John Da- 
Tls - 11, and again Massachusetts had 
* Democratic governor. 

1543, Nov. 13; total vote, 121.288; 
(yorce N. P.riggs (Whig) had 57.809; 
Marcus Morton (Democrat). 54.242; 
>amuel E. Sewall (Free Soil). 8,901; 
E r «ncla Jackson, 66; fifty others had 
-*'» votes; and there was no choice 
J'V the people. Jan. 8, 1844. the 

«<>use sent up to the Senate the 
pint's of Briggs and Morton and the 
•< -nate chose GEORGE N. Briggs. 
1 «J Senate vote is not recorded. 
rt ,S4 4, Nov. 11; total vote. 131,22.",; 

•Jorge N. BRiGGS(Whig) had 69,576; 

""t-k'e Bancroft (Democrat). 54,714; 
•'"miel E. Sewall (Free Soil). 9.035; 



thirty-three individuals had 306 
votes. 

1845, Nov. 10; total vote, 105,924; 
George N. Briggs (Whig) had 51,638; 
Isaac Davis (Democrat), 37,427; Sam- 
uel E. Sewall (Free Soil). 8,310; 
Henry Shaw, 8,089; Frederick Robin- 
son, 308; scattering, 80; and there 
was no choice by the people. Jan. 
10, 1S46, the House sent up to the 
Senate the names of Briggs and 
Davis and on the 12th the Senate 
elected George N. Briggs, giving 
him 35 votes. 

1810, Nov. 9; total vote. 101,910; 
George N. Briggs (Whig) had 54,- 
813; Isaac Davis (Democrat). 33,199; 
Samuel E. Sewall (Free Soil), 9,!>97; 
Francis Baylies, 3,423; scattering, 
484. 

1847, Nov. 8; total vote, 105, 443; 
George N. Briggs (Whig) had 53,- 
742; Caleb Gushing (Democrat;, 30,- 
39S; Samuel E. Sewall (Free Soil), 
9.193; Francis Baylies, 2,876; scat- 
tering, 234. 

1848, Nov. 13; total vote, 124,055; 
George N. Briggs had 61,640; Stephen 
G. I'hillips (Free Soil). 30,011; Caleb 
Gushing (Democrat), 25,323; Freder- 
ick Robinson, 475: scattering, 006; 
and there was no choice by the peo- 
ple. Jan. 8, 1849. the House sent up 
to the Senate the names of Briggs 
and Phillips, and on the same day. 
the Senate chose George N. Briggs, 
giving 34 votes, all that were cast. 

1849, Nov". 12; total vote, 109,4;»7; 
George N. Briggs (Whig) had 54,- 
009; Geo. S. Boutwell (Democrat), 
30.046; Stephen C. Phillips (Free 
Soil), 25,246; scattering, 196; and 
there was no choice by the people. 
Jan. 7, 1850, the House sent up to 
the Senate the names of Briggs and 
Boutwell, and on the same day, the 
Senate chose George N. Briggs, by 
a vote of 23 to 12 for Boutwell. 

1850, Nov. 11; total vote, 121,372; 
George N. Briggs (Whig) had 56,778; 
George S. Boutwell (Democrat), 30,- 
423: Stephen C. Phillips (Free Soil), 
27,430; Francis Cogswell, 489; scat- 
tering, 239 among 70 persons: and 
there was no choice by the people. 
Then followed the so-called Coalition, 
in which Democrats and Free Soilers, 
in the Legislature, united against 
the Whigs. 

Jan. 10, 1851, the House sent up to 
the Senate the names of Boutwell 
(218) and Phillips (216); on the 11th 
the Senate elected George S. Bout- 
well, Democrat, giving him all the 
votes, 32. that were cast. The total 
membership of the House then was 
396. 

1851, Nov. 10: total vote, 137.1S7; 
Robert C. Winthrop (Whig) had 04,- 
279; George S. Boutwell (Democrat), 
43.732; John G. Pal/rev (Free Soil), 
28,560; Francis Cogswell, 118; scat- 



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terlng, 290, and the people had made 
no choice. Jan. 13, 1852, Coalition 
No. 2 was effected, and the names 
of Boutwcll (200) and Winthrop (104) 
were sent by the House to the Sen- 
ate; the same day the Senate elected 
George S. Bout well, giving him. 28 
votes; Winthrop, 11. The total 
House membership was 402. 

1852, Nov. 8; total vote, 138,450; 
John H. Clifford (Whig) had 02,233; 
Henry W. Bishop (Bern.), 38,703; 
Horace Mann (Free Soil), 30,740; Da- 
vid Henshaw, 357; Edward A. Yose, 
148; scattering, 105; and the people 
had failed to elect. Jan. 12, 1853, 
the House sent up to the Senate the 
names of Clifford and Bishop, and 
on the same day John H. Clifford 
was elected, receiving 29 votes to 4 
for Bishop. 

1853, Nov. 14; total vote, 128,990; 
Emory Washburn (Whig) had 59,225; 
Henry W. Bishop (Democrat), 35,- 
107; Henry Wilson (Free Soil), 29,- 
010; Bradford L. Wales (Hunker 
Democrat), 5,418; scattering, 148, and 
the people had not chosen. Jan. lu, 
1854, the House sent up to the Sen- 
ate the names of Washburn and 
Wales, and on the 11th the Senate 
elected Emory Washburn by 29 
votes to 1 for H. W. Bishop. Mr. 
Washburn was the last Whig gov- 
ernor of Massachusetts. 

1854, Nov. 13; total vote, 129,981; 
Henry J. Gardner (American) had 
81,503; Emory Washburn (Whig), 27,- 
279; Henry W. Bishop ^ueinocrat), 
13,742; Henry Wilson (Free Soil). 
6,483; Bradford L. Wales (Hunker 
Democrat), 470; Chas. Allen, 447; 
scattering, 51. This was the phe- 
nomenal Know Nothing election, and 
Mr. Gardner was known as the "Na- 
tive American" governor. 

May 23, 1855, the voters of the 
Commonwealth ratified the NIY 
Amendment to the Constitution 
whereby a plurality, thereafter, 
should elect any state officer, thus 
obviating the vexatious Legislative 
elections; also was ratified the XV 
Amendment, which directed the hold- 
ing of State elections on the 1st 
Tuesday after the 1st Monday, this 
conforming to date of choosing presi- 
dential electors. 

1855, Nov. 0; total vote, 130,582; 
Henry J. Gardner (American) had 
51,497; Julius Rockwell (Republican), 
30,715; Erasmus D. Beach (Demo- 
crat), 34.72S; Samuel II. Wailey 
(Whig), 13,290; scattering, 212. Had 
It not been for the XV Amendment, 
the election would have been thrown 
into the Legislature for this year. 
Mr. Gardner was a minority govern- 
or. 

1856, Nov. 4; total vole, 150,925: 
Henry J. Gardner (American and 
Republican) had 92,407; E. D. Beach 



(Democrat), 40,082; Geo. W. Gordon 
(Fillmore American), 10,385; Luther 
V. Bell (Whig), 7,075; Josiah Quincv 
(Independent), 5,031; .scattering, 
1,291. 

1857, Nov. 3; total vote, 130,530; 
Nathaniel P. Banks (Republican), 
00,797; II. J. Gardner (American), 
37,590; E. D. Beach (Democrat), 31,- 
700; Caleb Swan, 213; scattering, 100. 

1858, Nov. 2; total vote, 110,240; 
Nathaniel P. Banks (Republican), 

' 08,700; E. D. Beach (Democrat), 
28,298; Amos A. Lawrence 1 (Ameri- 
can). 12,084; scattering, 107. 

1859, Nov. 8; total vote, 108,851; 
Nathaniel P. Banks (Republican), 
58,804; Benj. F. Butler (Democrat), 
35,320; Geo. N. Briggs (American), 
14,305; scattering, 350. 

1800, Nov. 0; total vote. 169,609; 
John A. Andrew (Republican) had 
104,527; E. D. Beach (Douglas Dem.), 
35,191; Amos A. Lawrence (Whig), 
23,810; Benj. F. Butler (Brock. Dem.), 
0,000; scattering, 75. 

1801, Nov. 5; total vote, 97,470: 
John A. Andrew (Republican) had 
05,210; Isaac Davis (Democrat), 31,- 
210; scattering, 790. 

1802, Nov. 4; total vote, 134,155; 
John A. Andrew (Republican) had 
79,835; Charles Devens (People's), 52.- 
587 plus 1,582 obviously intended for 
him, but not thus counted; scatter- 
ing, 151. 

1803, Nov. 3; total vote, 99,707; 
John A. Andrew (Republican) had 
70,483; Henry W. Paine (Democrat), 
29.207; scattering, 77. 

1801, Nov. 8; total vote. 174,5 H): 
John A. Andrew (Republican) had 
125,281; Henry W. Paine (Democrat), 
49,100; scattering, 09. 

1805, Nov. 7; total vote, 91,318; 
Alexander H. Bullock (Republi- 
can) had 09,912; Darius N. Couch 
(Democrat), 21,245; scattering, 101. 

1800, Nov. 6; total vote. 
Alexander H. Bullock (Republi- 
can) had 92.012; Theo. II. Sweetzer 
(Democrat), 20,071; scattering, 99. 

1807, Nov. 5; total vote, 10S.7'." • 
Alexander H. Bullock (Republi- 
can) had 98,300; John Quiney Adams 
(Democrat). 70.301; scattering. 125. 

180S, Nov. 3; total vote, 195,471: 
William Claflin (Republican) had 
132,121; J. Q. Adams (Democrat), 03.- 
200; scattering, 84. 

1S09, Nov. 2; total vote, 138,010: 
William Claflin (Republican) had 
74,100; J. Q. Adams (Democrat), 50.- 
735; Edwin M. Chamberlain (Labor). 
13,507: scattering, 102. 

1S70. Nov. 8; total vote. 150,237: 
William Claflin (Republican) had 
79.549: J. Q. Adams (Democrat), 48.- 
530; Wendell Phillips (Labor Reform 
and Prohibition), 21,910; scattering. 
200. 

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William B. Washburn (Republi- 
can) had 75,129; J. Q. Adams (Dem- 
ocrat), 47,725; E. M. Chamberlain 
(Labor), 6,848; Robert C. Pitman 
(Prohibition), 0,508; scattering. 41)3. 

1872, Nov. 5; total vote, 193,780; 
William B. Washburn (Republi- 
can) had 133,900; Frank W. Bird 
(Democrat), 59,620; scattering, 254. 

1873, Nov. 4; total vote, 132,331; 
William B. Washburn (Republi- 
can) had 72,183; Wm. Gaston (Dem- 
ocrat), 59,300; II. K. Oliver of Salem, 
391; B. F. Butler of Lowell, 181; 
Nathaniel Bartlett of Natick, 113; 
scattering, 103. Governor Washburn 
resigned May 1, 1S74, to succeed 
Charles Sumner in U. S. Senate. Mr. 
Oliver had been state treasurer and 
was the first chief of the Bureau of 
Statistics, retiring in 1S73. His voto 
was a complimentary one by his 
friends and neighbors. 

1874, Nov. 3; total vote, is.vw. 
William Gaston (Democrat) had 
96,376; Thomas Talbot (Republican), 
89,344; scattering, 270. 

1875, Nov. 2; total vote, 173,085; 
Alexander H. Rice (Republican), 
had 83,639; Wm. Gaston (Democrat), 
78,333; John I. Baker (Prohibition), 
9,124; Chas. Francis Adams (Ind.). 
1,497; Wendell Phillips (Ind.), 316; 
scattering, 276. 

1876, Nov. 7; total vote, 256.904; 
Alexander II. Rice (Republican) 
had 137,665; Chas. Francis Adams 
(Democrat), 106,850; John I. Baker 
(Prohibition and Greenback), PJ.27 i 
scattering, 115. 

1877, Nov. 6; total vote, 184,454; 
Alexander II. Rice (Republican) 
had 91,255; Wm. Gaston (Democrat), 
73,185; Robert C. Pitman (Prohiui- 
tlon), 16,354; Wendell Phillips (Labor 
and Greenback), 3,552; scattering, 
108. 

1S78, Nov. 5; total vote. 256,323; 
Thomas Talbot (Republican) had 
134,725; Benj. F. Butler (Democrat), 
109,149; Josiah G. Abbott (National 
Democrat), 10,102; A. A. Miner (Pro- 
hibition). 1,903; scattering. 98. 

1879, Nov. 4; total vote, 243,642; 
John D. Long (Republican) had 
122,751; Benj. F. Butler (Democrat), 
109,149; J. Q. Adams (National Dem- 
ocrat), 9,989; Daniel C. Eddy (Pro- 
hibition), 1,045; scattering, 108. 

18S0, Nov. 2; total vote, 282,347; 
John D. Long (Republican) had 
164,926: Chas. P. Thompson (Demo- 
crat), 111,410; Horace BInney Sar- 
|ent (Greenback), 4.864; Charles 
Almy (Prohibition), 1,059; scattering, 
88. 

_ 1881, Nov. 8; total vote, 157,802; 
John D. Long (Republican) had 
«K>,009; Chas. p. Thompson (Demo- 
crat), 54,580; Israel W. Andrews 
(Greenback). 4.8S9; Charles Almy 
U inhibition). 1,640; scattering, 78. 



1882, Nov. 7; total vote, 25G,2r>8; 
Benjamin F. Butler (Democrat) had 
133,946; Robert R. Bishop (Republi- 
can), 119,997; Charles Almy (Prohibi- 
tion), 2,137; scattering, 108. 

1883, Nov. 0; total vote, 312,357: 
George D. Robinson (Republican) 
had 100,092; Benj. F. Butler (Demo- 
crat), 150,21!S; Chas. Almy (Prohibi- 
tion), 1,881; John F. Arnold (Green- 
back), 53; scattering, 103. 

•1884, Nov. 4; total vote, 304,113; 
George D. Robinson (Republican) 
had 159,345; Win. C. Endicott (Dem- 
ocrat), 111,829; M. J. McCafforty 
(People's), 24,303; Julius H. Seelye 
(Prohibition), 8,542; scattering. 34. 

1885, Nov. 3; total vote, 209,658; 
George D. Robinson (Republican) 
had 112,243; Frederick O. Prince 
(Democrat), 90,340; Thos. J. Lothrop 
(Prohibition), 4,714; James Sumner 
(Labor), 2,227; scattering, 138. 

1886, Nov. 2; total vote, 243,709; 
Oliver Ames (Republican) had 122,- 
346; John F. Andrew (Democrat), 
112.SS3; Thos. J. Lothrop (Prohibi- 
tion), S,251; Geo. E. McNeil (Labor), 
112; scattering, 177. 

1857, Nov. 8; total vote, 256,032; 
Oliver Ames (Republican) had 130,- 
000; Henry B. Lovering (Democrat), 
118,394; Wm. II. Earle (Prohibition), 
10,945; Charles E. Marks (Labor), 
595; scattering, 98. 

1858, Nov. 6; total vote, 313.114; 
Oliver Ames (Republican) had 180,- 
849; Wm. E. Russell (Democrnt), 152,- 
780; Wm. II. Earle (Prohibition), 
9,374; scattering, 111. 

1889, Nov. 5; total vote, 263,111; 
J. 0- A. Brackett (Republican) had 
127,357; Wm. E. Russell (Democrat), 
120.582; John Blackmer (Prohibition), 
15,108; scattering, 64. 

1890, Nov. 4; total vote, 285,526: 
William E. Russell (Democrat) had 
140,507; J. Q. A. Brackett (Republi- 
can), 131,154; John Blackmer (Pro- 
hibition), 13,554; scattering, 11. 

1801, Nov. 3; total vote, 321,650: 
William E. Russell (Democrnt) had 
157,982; Chas. W. Allen (Republican). 
151,515; Chas. E. Kimball (Prohibi- 
tion), 8.908; Henry Winn (People's), 
1,749; Henry W. Robinson (Socialistic 
Labor), 1.429; scattering, 7. 

180^, Nov. 8; total vote. 309.00*: 
William E. Russell (Democrat) had 
1S0.377; Wm. H. Halle (Republican), 
183.843; Wolcott Hamlin (Prohibi- 
tion), 7,007; Henry Winn (People's), 
1.976; Squire E. Putney (Soc. Labor), 
871; scattering, 3; blanks, 19,591. 

1893, Nov. 7; total vote, 305.000; 
Frederic T. Greeniialge (Repub- 
lican), 192,613; John E. Russell 
(Democrat), 150.916; Louis A. Banks 
(Prohibition), 8,556; Geo. II. Cnry 
(People's), 4,88."); Patrick F. O'Nell 
(Soc. Labor), 2,033; scattering. 9. 

1894, Nov. G; total vote, 335.354; 



72 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Frederic T. Greene alge (Repub- 
lican) had 189,307; Johu E. Russell, 
123,930; Alfred W. Richardson (Pro- 
hibition), 9.9G5: Geo. H. Gary (Peo- 
ple's), 9,037; David Taylor (Soc. 
Labor), 3,104; scattering, 11. 

1895, Nov. 5; total vote, 328,121; 
Frederic T. Greenfialge (Repub- 
lican) had 1S0,280; Geo. Fred. Wil- 
liams (Democrat), 121,599; Edward 
Kendall (Prohibition), 9,170; E. G. 
Brown (People's), 7.7SG: Moritz E. 
Ruther (Soc. Labor), 3,249; scatter- 
ing, 37. Governor Greenhalge died 
in office. March 5, 1896. 

189G, Nov. 3; total vote, 385,001: 
Roger Wolcott (Republican) had 
258,204; Geo. Fred. Williams (on four 
Democratic tickets), 103,G62; Freder- 



ick O. Prince (National Democrat), 
14,104; Thos. C. Brophy (Soc. Labor), 
4.548; Allen C. Collin (Prohibition), 
4,472; scattering, 14. 

1897, Nov. 2; total vote, 2<; , .),7 , .i5; 
Roger Wolcott (Republican) had 
105,095; Geo. Fred. Williams (Dem- 
ocrat), 79,552; Wm. Everett (National 
Democrat), 13,879; Thos. C. Brophy 
(Soc. Labor), 0,301; John Bascom 
(Prohibition). 4,948: scattering, 20. 

1S98, Nov. 8; total vote, 317,375; 
Roger Wolcott (Republican) had 
191,140; Alex. B. Bruce (Democrat), 
107,900; Geo. R. Peare (Soc. Labor), 
10,003; Samuel B. Shapleigh (Pro- 
hibition). 4,374; Winfield P. Porter 
(National Democrat), 3,749; scatter- 
ing, 83. 



1 



DISTINGUISHED MASSACHUSETTS DEAD— 1898. 



JANUARY. 

2 Bennett, Edmund, dean, Boston 
University Law School, Boston; 
73 years, 
4 Holbrook, Rev. Charles F., Bap- 
years. 
M. D., West- 



tist, Danvers; 07 
7 Hero, John Henry, 

boro; 77 years. 
11 Stevenson, Rev, B. 

Ware; 83 years. 
13 Needham, Hannah, 

H. N., Gth Mass 



v 7 ., Unitarian, 

widow of S. 
killed April 
19, 18G1, Baltimore; Lawrence; 
62 years. 
17 Cutler, Rev. Ebenezer, Congrega- 
tional, Worcester; 76 years. 

17 Chase, Fred T., manufacturer, 

Webster; 54 years. 

18 Leighton, Scott, artist, McLean 

Asylum. 

20 Allison, Geo. A., merchant, Cam- 
bridge; 54 years. 

20 Worthington, Erastus, Dedham; 
69 years. 

24 Carter, Judge Henry, Haverhill; 
84 years. 

24 Chamberlin, John L., bank cash- 

ier, Worcester: 45 years. 

25 Child, L. M., lawyer, Boston; G3 

years. 

26 Merriam, M. H., manufacturer. 

Lexington; 73 years. 

29 Bradford. Morton, ship-builder, 

Roslindale; 81 years. 

30 Noble, James J., R. R. conductor. 

Worcester; 54 years. 



FEBRUARY 



4 Bacon, John E., manufacturer. 
Spencer; 00 years. 

4 Brodbeck, Rev. Wm. N., Method- 
ist, Charlestown; 51 years. 

6 Curtis, George, lumber dealer. 
R ox bury; 80 years. 

6 Howes, Woodbridge R., M-. D.. 
Hanover; 80 years. 



7 Lovell, John D., real estate, Wor- 

cester; SO years. 

8 Hayes, James E., lawyer, State 

senator, Boston; 33 years. 

10 Amory, Charles, retired, Boston; 

88 years. 

11 Loring, John A., lawyer, Boston; 

73 years. 

17 Dewey, F. O., merchant, Reading; 

74 years. 

17 Knight, Capt. John L., inspector, 

Springfield; 55 years. 
25 Teabody, Josiah G., ex-mayor, 
* Lowell; 89 years. 

MARCH. 

1 Merriam, Artemas, manufacturer, 
Westminster; 79 years. 

3 Wood, Cyrus G., manufacturer, 
Worcester; 78 years. 

7 Hayes, John S., librarian, Somer- 
ville. 

9 Bryant, Seth, tanner, Boston; 97 

years. 
10 Inman, Francis H., iron dealer, 
Worcester; 80 years. 

12 Eldridge, Marcellus, business (re- 

tired), Portsmouth, N .H. ; Bos- 
ton. 
15 Fay, Clement K., lawyer, Boston; 
52 years. 

18 Sibley, Lawson, flour and grain, 

and ex-mayor, Springfield; 02 
years. 

18 Hobbs, Geo. W., lawyer, Ux- 

bridge; 59 years. 

19 Bush, Rev. S. W., Unitarian, re- 

tired, Boston: past 70 years. 

20 Allen, Rev. J. H., Unitarian, re- 

tired, Cambridge; 78 years. 

20 Worthington, Roland, ex-editor 

Boston Traveller, Rosbury; So 
years. 

21 Plummer, Geo. A., merchant, Bos- 

ton; 47 years. 
21 Gross, Raphael, merchant, Wor- 
cester; 61 years. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Frederic T. Greenhalge (Repub- 
lican) had 189,307; John E. Russell, 
123,930; Alfred W. Richardson (Pro- 
hibition), 9,905; Geo. H. Gary (Peo- 
ple's), 9,037; David Taylor (Soc. 
Labor), 3,104; scattering, 11. 

1895, Nov. 5; total vote, 328,121; 
Frederic T. Greenhalge (Repub- 
lican) had 180,280; Geo. Fred. Wil- 
liams (Democrat), 121,599; Edward 
Kendall (Prohibition), 9,170; E. G. 
Brown (People's), 7.7SG: Moritz E. 
Ruther (Soc. Labor), 3,249; scatter- 
ing, 37. Governor Greenhalge died 
In office, March 5, 1S9G. 

1890, Nov. 3; total vote, 385,004: 
Roger Wolcott (Republican) had 
258,204; Geo. Fred. Williams (on four 
Democratic tickets), 103,002; Freder- 



ick O. Prince (National Democrat), 
14,104; Thos. C. Brophy (Soc. Labor), 
4.548; Allen C. Coffin (Prohibition), 
4,472; scattering, 14. 

1897, Nov. 2; total vote, 209,795: 
Roger Wolcott (Republican) had 
105,095; Geo. Fred. Williams (Dem- 
ocrat), 79,552; Wm. Everett (National 
Democrat), 13,879; Thos. C. Brophy 
(Soc. Labor), 0,301; John Bascom 
(Prohibition). 4,948: scattering, 20. 

1898, Nov. 8; total vote, 317,375; 
Roger Wolcott (Republican) had 
191,140; Alex. B. Bruce (Democrat), 
107,900; Geo. R. Peare (Soc. Labor), 
10,003; Samuel B. Shapleigh (Pro- 
hibition), 4.374; Winfleld P. Porter 
(National Democrat), 3,749; scatter- 
ing, S3. 



DISTINGUISHED MASSACHUSETTS DEAD— 189S. 



JANUARY. 

2 Bennett, Edmund, dean, Boston 
University Law School, Boston; 
73 years. 
4 Holbrook, Rev. Charles F., Bap- 
tist, Danvers; 07 years. 
7 Hero, John Henry, M. D., West- 
boro; 77 years. 

11 Stevenson, Rev, B. V., Unitarian, 
Ware; 83 years. 

13 Needham, Hannah, widow of S. 
H. N., Gth Mass., killed April 
19, 1801, Baltimore; Lawrence: 
62 years. 

17 Cutler, Rev. Ebenezer, Congrega- 
tional, Worcester; 76 years. 

17 Chase, Fred T., manufacturer, 

Webster; 54 years. 

18 Leighton, Scott, artist, McLean 

Asylum. 

20 Allison, Geo. A., merchant, Cam- 
bridge; 54 years. 

20 Worthington, Erastus, Dedham; 
69 years. 

24 Carter, Judge Henry, Haverhill; 
84 years. 

24 Chamberlin, John L., bank cash- 

ier, Worcester: 45 years. 

25 Child, L. M., lawyer, Boston; 63 

years. 

26 Merriam, M. H., manufacturer. 

Lexington; 73 years. 

29 Bradford. Morton, ship-builder. 

Roslindale; 81 years. 

30 Noble, James J., R. R. conductor, 

Worcester; 54 years. 

FEBRUARY. 

4 Bacon, John E.. manufacturer, 
Spencer; 00 years. 

4 Brodbeck. Rev. Wm. N., Method- 
ist, Charlestown; 51 years. 

6 Curtis. George, lumber dealer. 
R ox bury; 80 years. 

6 Howes, Woodbridge R., M-. D.. 
Hanover; 80 years. 



7 Lovell, John D., real estate, Wor- 

cester; 80 years. 

8 Hayes, James E., lawyer, State 

senator, Boston; 33 years. 

10 Amory, Charles, retired, Boston; 

88 years. 

11 Loring, John A., lawyer, Boston; 

73 years. 

17 Dewey, F. O., merchant, Reading; 

74 years. 

17 Knight, Capt. John L., inspector, 

Springfield; 55 years. 
25 reabody, Josiah G., ex-mayor, 
* Lowell; 89 years. 

MARCH. 

1 Merriam, Artemas, manufacturer, 
Westminster; 79 years. 

3 Wood, Cyrus G., manufacturer, 
Worcester; 78 years. 

7 Hayes, John S., librarian, Somer- 
ville. 

9 Bryant, Seth, tanner, Boston; 97 

years. 
10 Inman, Francis H., iron dealer, 
Worcester; 80 years. 

12 Eldridge, Marcellus, business (re- 

tired), Portsmouth, N .H. ; Bos- 
ton. 
15 Fay, Clement K., lawyer, Boston; 
52 years. 

18 Sibley, Lawson, flour and grain, 

and ex-mayor, SpringhVld; 02 
years. 

18 Hobbs, Geo. W., lawyer, Ux- 

bridge; 59 years. 

19 Bush, Rev. S. W., Unitarian, re- 

tired. Boston: past 70 years. 

20 Allen, Rev. J. H., Unitarian, re- 

tired, Cambridge; 78 years. 

20 Worthington, Roland, ex-editor 

Boston Traveller, Roxbury: 80 
years. 

21 riummer, Geo. A., merchant, Bos- 

ton; 47 years. 
21 Gross, Raphael, merchant, Wor- 
cester; 61 years. 



DISTINGUISHED MASSACHUSETTS DEAD. 



73 



1 



23 Ide, Rev. Jacob, Congregational, 
Mansfield; 75 years. 

24 Hough, Geo. T., M. P., retired, 

New Bedford. 
24 Pierce, Hon. Nathaniel, lawyer, 

Newburyport; 75 years. 
24 Beckwith, Rev. W. H., Baptist, 

retired, Needham; 92 years 

24 Emerson, Rev. Geo. H., Univer*,?' 

ist, Salem; 75 years. 

25 Frink, Prof. H. A., Amh"'«i Col- 

lege, Amlierst. 

25 Boyden, Elbridge, oldest architect 

in the world, Worcester; 87 
years. 

26 Simpkins, John, representative In 

Congress from Cape district; 
Washington; 37 years. 

27 Goodell, Aimer C, mechanic, re- 

tired, Salem; 03 years. 
27 Brawley, John P., clerk at City 
Hall, Boston; 49 years. 

APRIL. 

1 Norcross, Hon. Amasa, lawyer of 
Fitch burg; Paris, France; 74 
years. 

i Mason, Wm., ship-builder, Dor- 
chester; 70 years, 

5 Dodge, Edgar S., M. D., Natick; 

45 years. 

6 Foot, Col. Homer, business, re- 

tired, Springfield; 87 years. 

7 Thayer, Rev. Wm. M., Congrega- 

tional, retired, Franklin; 78 
years.. 
7 Daniels, David, lieutenant U. S. 
N. of Salem; Philadelphia; 41 
years. 
13 Peirce, Henry B., ex-secretary of 
state, Abin'gton; 50 years. 

16 Hathaway, Savoy C, manufactur- 

er; New Bedford; 00 years. 

17 Bennett, Thos., Jr., manufacturer, 

retired, New Bedford. 

17 Marcon, Jules, geologist, Cam- 

bridge; 76 years. 

18 Blake, H. G. O., scholar, Worces- 

ter; 82 years. 
IS Snow, D. E., banker, Danvers; 71 

years. 
18 Lathrop, Geo. P., former editor 

Atlantic Monthly, New York; 40 

years. 
18 Strout, A. A., lawyer, Boston; 02 

years, 
lb Hastings, H. N., newspaper man, 
„, .Lynn; 41 years. 
-1 Hodgkins, D. W., M. D., East 

Brookfield; G3 years. 
-J Turner, T. Newell, R. R. conduc- 
or tor, Worcester; 0(5 years. 
-o Stevens, Hon. Frank S. manufac- 

turer, Swansea; 71 years. 
-8 Manning, Theodore, merchant. 

Worcester; 53 years. 

MAY. 

1 Prouty, Geo. P., retired, Spencer; 

66 years. 
1 Ronton, John B., manufacturer. 

Lynn; 52 years. 



1 Atwater, Chas., manufacturer of 

Pittstield; London, England. 

2 Cook, G. R., former superintend- 

ent of parks, Cambridge; Salem; 
37 years. 

4 Montgomery, Rev. Hugh, Method- 
is* Marblehead; 50 years. 

7 Low Irenaeus H., machinist and 
x-representative, Nortuburo; 51 
years. 

Howell, John F., city auditor, 
Worcester; 07 years. 

9 Pratt, Hon. Chas. B., street rail- 
ways, ex-mayor and ex-senator, 
Worcester; 74 years. 

10 Page, Col. Cyrus A., editor of The' 

Beacon, Boston; 53 years. 

11 Archer, A. J., merchant, retired, 

Salem; 87 years. 

15 Athy, Andrew, undertaker, Wor- 

cester; 00 years. 

16 Dunklea, Joshua, chairman Board 

of Assessors, Boston; 58 years. 
16 Livermore, John, banker, retired, 
Cambridge; 85 years. 

16 Stedman, Joseph, M. D., lieuten- 

ant-colonel 42d Mass. in Rebel- 
lion; of Jamaica Plain; New 
York; 62 years. 

17 Newhall, Lucien, real estate, 

Lynn; 73 years. 

17 Heywood, Geo. H., manufacturer, 
Gardner, died Rangeley Lakes, 
Me.; 34 years. 

19 Taft, Geo C, commander G. A. 
R. Post, accidentally killed; 49 
years. 

19 Feison, Clarentine, ex-representa- 
tive, Fitehburg; 53 years. 

19 Pool, Maria L., writer, Rockland; 
57 years. 

21 Brass, Wesley, 2d Regt., West- 
field, died Tampa, Florida. 

21 Watson. Lory S., manufacturer, 
Leicester; 84 years. 

21 Burnham. B. F., lawyer, Boston; 

67 years. 

22 Bellamy. Edward, author, Chico- 

pee; 48 years. 

23 Brooks, Henry M., secretary Es- 

sex Institute, Salem: 70 years. 

24 Ray, Hon. Wm. F., manufacturer 

and ex-senator, Franklin: 42 
years. 

25 Gilman, Mrs. E. A. P., member of 

School Board, Chelsea; 03 years. 

30 Wood worth. Rev. Chas. L., Con- 

gregational, Amherst, chaplain 
27th Retrt. in Rebellion. 

31 Knapp. Hon. Chauncy L., ex-editor 

N. Y. Tribune and ex-represen- 
tative in Congress, Lowell; 89 
years. 



JUNE. 

Morse, Hon. Elijah, manufacturer 
and ex-representative in Con- 
gress, Canton: 54 years. 

Lane. Hon. Jonathan, merchant 
and ex-senator, Boston; 70 
years. 



74 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



5 McMorrow, Wni. II., ex-senator, 

- Boston; 27 years. 

7 Forehand, Sullivan, manufacturer, 

Worcester; GG years. 

8 Shepard, Jas. S., manufacturer, 

Canton; S3 years. 
12 Andrew, Mrs. Eliza, widow of 
Gov. Jolin A., Boston. 

14 Cbamberliu, Daniel U., merchant, 

Cambridge; 73 years. 

19 Robinson, Benj. F., superintend- 
ent of schools, Melrose. 

19 Brayton, Shubal W., manufac- 
turer, Adams; 7G years. 

22 Scollard, J. V., manufacturer of 
Braintree, died in Boston; 38 
years. 

29 Randall, John P., former business 
man, retired, Haverhill. 

JULY. 

1 Woodbury, Judge Chas. Levi, 
lawyer, Boston; 78 years. 

1 Benchlev. Edmund N., 2d lieuten- 

ant 6th U. S. Infantry; of Wor- 
cester; killed San Juau, Cuba; 
22 years. 
1 Field, C. H., 1st lieutenant 2d 
M-ass., killed El Caney; 33 years. 

3 Henshaw, Oliver, soldier, Troop G 

of Cambridge, killed Camp Al- 
ger, Va. 

4 Kilburn, Mrs. Nancy W., oldest 

woman in Worcester; 102 years, 
11 months, 22 days. 

6 Richardson, C. O., contractor, 

Worcester; G3 years. 

7 Crane, Moses, inventor, Newton. 
10 Wardrop, General D. W., Custom 

House inspector, colonel 3d 
Mass. Vols. War of Rebellion. 

12 Buckingham, Rev. S. G., Congre- 
gational, retired, Springfield; 8G 
years. 

12 Sanderson, Hon. John, farmer and 
ex-senator, Bernardston; 84 
years. 

15 Moore, Jesse, manufacturer, re- 

tired, Worcester. 
18 Hopkins, Mrs. Mary, widow of 
Pros. Mark Hopkins, Williams- 
town. 

18 Billings, George, ship-chandler, 

retired, Boston; 83 years. 

19 Chester, A. H., writer, Cohasset; 

30 years. 
24 Abbott, Hon. Win., merchant, re- 
tired, ex-senator and councilor, 
East Douglas; G4 years. 

27 Curtis, Albert, manufacturer, 

Worcester; 01 years. 

28 Rogers, J. O., bookseller, Boston. 

29 Grady, Patrick J., major 0th 

Mass.; of Boston; Santiago, 
Cuba; 51 years. 

30 Sturtevant, Dr. E. L.. scientist, 

South Framingham; 7G years. 

AUGUST. 

2 Osgood, Rev. Joseph. Unitarian, 

retired, Cohasset: 83 years. 



2 Dresser, Hon. Sylvester, town of 
fleer many years, ex-senator, 
Southbridge; 78 years. 
6 Collins, Frank, journalist of Bos- 
ton, died in Tampa, Fla. ; 25 
years. 
9 Bogan, Col. Fred B., 0th Mass., 
Charlestown; 47 vears. 

17 Kelly, Rev. Geo. W., Congrega- 
tional, retired. 

26 Mason, Isaac, once a slave, Wor- 
cester; 7G years. 

31 Proctor, Deacon Edward, farmer, 
Spencer; 87 years. 

31 Brown, Alzirus, truckman and 
ex-city officer, Worcester; 76 
years. 

SEPTEMBER. 

1 Cheney, Royal, R. R. engineer, 

Worcester, killed by his own 
engine; 70 years. 

2 Eddy, Wilson, mechanic, B. & A. 

R. R., Springfield; 85 years. 

11 Baker, B. P., town clerk nearly 
50 years, Brookline; 78 years. 

11 Baker, Cant. Archelaus, whaler, 
retired, New Bedford; 83 years. 

11 Brigham, John W., M. D., Sut- 
ton;. 63 years. 

11 Cumniings, M. W,., undertaker, 
Fitchburg; G3 years. 

13 Lincoln, Hon. F. W., ex-mayor, 

Boston; 81 years. 

14 Eliot, Dr. Samuel, ex-president 

Trinity College, Beverly Farms; 
s 70 years. 

26 Davenport, Fanny, actress, Dux- 
bury; 48 vears. 

28 Bayard, Hon. Thos. F., ex-U. S. 
senator from Delaware; Ded- 
ham; 69 years. 

OCTOBER. 

2 Coveney, Robert, son of ex-Post- 
master J. H. C, Boston, from 
injuries received in football, 
City Hospital; 17 years. 

2 Lakin, James A., insurance, ex- 

represcntative General Court, 
Westfield; 57 years. 

3 Barker, Mrs. Betsey, oldest res- 

ident of Grafton; 100 years, 4 
months, 10 days. 

4 Joy, J. W. D., merchant, Boston; 

70 years. 
6 Kern, F. V. B., conveyancer, Bos- 
ton; 60 years. 

6 Everett, Henry S., son of Edward 

Everett, Brighton, Eng. : 64 
years. 

7 Hoar, Hon. Sherman, lawyer ana 

ex-representative in Congress, 
Concord; 38 years. 
7 Carpenter, Chas. V., merchant. 
Southbridge; 68 years. 

10 Parker, Wm. II., banker, Lowell; 
81 years. 

10 Hobart, Hon. Aaron, manufactu- 
rer, ex-senator General Court, 
East Bridge water; 82 years. 



1 

of- 



: 



DISTINGUISHED MASSACHUSETTS DEAD. 



75 



lawyer, Am- 

F., manufae- 
years. 
tanner, Salem: 



12 Forbes, J. M., railroads, Milton; 
SO years. 

12 Shaw, Chas. L., builder, Spring- 

field; 75 years. 

13 Dunham, C. F., real estate, Ed- 

gartown; 82 years. 
15 Bush, Prof. G. G., teacher, Mai- 
den; 55 years. 

15 Pierce, Silas, grocer of Boston, 

Scituate; 72 years. 
17 Pratt, Stillman B., newspapers, 

Marlboro; 02 years. 
23 May, Henry L., editor, Medford; 

32 years. 

23 Hamlin, Woloott, 

herst; 75 years. 

25 Knowlton, Edwin 

turer, Upton; G4 

26 Dalton, Col. J. A. 

82 years. 

27 Kemble, Dr. Arthur, ex-surgeon 

U. S. Navy, Salem; 08 years. 

29 Wall, Caleb A., oldest newspaper 

man in "Worcester; 7S years. 

30 Duncan, Dr. S. W., secretary 

American Baptist Missionary 
Union, Brookline; GO years. 

NOVEMBER. 

2 Flanders, Dr. Martha, first woman 
physieian In Lvnn ; 75 years. 

4 Peck, Prof. J. I., Williams Col- 
lege, Williamstown; 35 years. 

8 Weston, Hon. Byron, manufactur- 

er, ex-lieutenant governor, Dal- 
ton; GO years. 

9 Cook, H. A., machinist, Whitins- 

ville; 02 years. 
9 Thomas, Chauncey, manufacturer, 
Roxbury; 7G years. 

10 Collier, John, reporter, Boston; 
73 years. 

10 Gushing, Chas. W., builder, Hing- 
ham; 87 years. 

12 Foster, Calvin, merchant, Wor- 
cester: 89 years. 

16 Austin, Edward, East India trade, 

retired, Boston; 96 years. 

17 Poore, Wm. H., newspaper man, 

Haverhill. 
17 Hemmenway, H. C ex-police 

captain, Roxbury; 68 years. 
19 Lane, John C, lawyer. Boston; 4G 

years. 

24 Shaw, Hon. E. H., merchant and 

member of Governor's Council; 
51 years. 
24 Hathaway, W. L.. assistant city 
auditor,' New Bedford; 32 years. 



25 Lee, Col. Henry, banker, Brook- 
line. 

27 Thomas, Joslah B., markotmau, 

Peabody; 71 years. 

28 Mahoney, J. T., Jr., representa- 

tive-elect In General Court. 
Boston; 25 years. 

29 Tower, Capt. Moses B., engineer, 

Auburndale; 84 years. 

DECEMBER. 

2 Follett, Maj. Dexter, military 
man, Roxbury; 65 years. 

8 Roads, Samuel, veteran of the Re- 
bellion, Marblehead; 74 years. 

8 Cuddihy, Rev. Patrick, Catholic, 
Mil ford; 89 years. 

10 Gardner, J. L., financier, Boston; 

02 years. 

11 Washburn, IT. M.., manufacturer, 

Springfield. 

11 Sullivan, Rev. T. J., Catholic, of 

Uxbridge; St. Vincent's Hospi- 
tal, Worcester; 52 years. 

12 Smith, J. M., merchant, Spring- 

field; 07 years. 
15 Rice, H. A., wool dealer, Boston; 

82 years. 
15 Reed, Hiram C. 

master in the 

bury; 72 years. 
1G Clark, Wm. L., real estate, 

coster; 78 years. 
21 Leonard, Martha, Dlghton; in her 

103d year. 

21 Barrett, Col. E. S., presiding gen- 

eral, of the Sons of the Ameri- 
can Revolution, Concord; GO 
years. 

22 JafCray, P. M., student, Harvard, 

Cambridge; 21 years. 
22 Cummiugs, Hon. John, banker, 
ex-senator, Woburn; 87 years. 

22 Barrett, Col. Wm., real estate. 

Concord; 39 years. 

23 Roberts, Col. J. H., insurance, 

Chelsea; 07 years. 
25 Caldwell, Wm., oldest Odd Fellow 

in state, Spencer; 87 years. 
27 Kenrick, Hon. John, farmer and 

ex-senator, Orleans; 79 years. 

27 Knapp, Arthur M., librarian, Bos- 

ton; 59 years. 

28 Aver, Albert, town clerk, Win- 

chester; 73 years. 
28 Burnett, Mrs. Mabel L., daughter 
of James Russell Lowell. Cam- 
bridge; 51 years. 



oldest band- 
state, Shrews- 



Wor- 



WEATHER BUREAU. 



u. s. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— NEW EN3LAND SECTION OF 
THE CLIMATE AND CROP SERVICE. 



Office, Post Office Building, Boston. 



Asa supplement to the work of the National Weather Bureau, nearly all the states 
and territories now have voluntary weather signals, which serve as "means for col- 
lecting and distributing valuable information. The six New England States are all 
under one management, called the New England Section of the U. S. Department of 
Agriculture Weather Bureau. Climate and Crop Service. Its"headquarters are at Bos- 
ton, with Mr. John W. Smith, local forecast official and section director. 

Monthly reports of temperature, precipitation, etc.. are collected from about ninety 
voluntary observers in this State. The data are printed in the Monthly Weather 
Review, published at Washington, and also issued in bulletin form from the Boston 
office. 

Weekly reports on the weather and its effect on the crops and the condition of the 
latter are collected on Mondays, during the crop season, from some fifty represent- 
ative sections of the State, summarized, and issued in connection with reports from 
the rest of New England, in printed form, on Tuesdays. Three thousand copies 
are regularly distributed in Massachusetts through the cooperation of the State 
Board of Agriculture. 

Regular forecasts of the weather and special frost, cold wave and storm warnings 
are telegraphed to a large number of places in the State at government expense. 
and any place will be added to this list where action will be taken to have signal 
flags displayed for the benefit of the public. Special distribution of these forecasts 
in agricultural communities is made by telegraphing the message to some central 
point to a person furnished with logotypes and stamping outfit, who immediately 
reproduces the forecasts and sends by mail to all surrounding post offices that can 
be reached before night. The cards give the forecast of the probable weather for all 
the following day. 



No. !. 



Fair Weather. 



EXPLANATION OF FLAG SIGNALS. 

No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. 




Rain or Snow. 



1 



BLUE 



Local Rains. 



No. 5. 





Temperature. 



Cold Wave. 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



alone, indicates fair weather, stationary temperature. 

alone, indicates rain or snow, stationary temperature. 

alone, indicates local rain, stationary temperature. 

with No. 4 above it, indicates fair weather, warmer. 

with No. 4 below it, indicates fair weather, colder. 

with No. I above it. indicates warmer weather, rain or snow. 

with No. 4 below it. indicates colder weather, rain or snow. 

with No. 4 above it. indicates warmer weather with local rains. 

with No. 4 below it, indicates colder weather with local rains. 

with No. 5 below it, indicates fair weather, cold wave. 

with No. 5 below it, indicates wet weather, cold wave." 



PT 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



Direct your mail matter to a post oflice, and if to a city, add the street and 
number or post office box of the person addressed. If you are not certain 
that the place to which yon wish t' x send is a- post office, inquire of the post- 
master. Matter not addressed to a post office cannot be forwarded. To in- 
sure certainty in dispatch of mail, give the county in which the post office is 
Bituated, and spell the nanre of the state in full. Write or print your name 
and address, and the contents, if a package, upon the upper left-hand corner 
of all mail matter. This will insure its immediate return to you for cor- 
rection, if improperly addressed, or insufficiently paid, and if It is not called 
for at its destination, it can b<> returned to you without going to the Dead 
Letter Office. If a letter it will be returned free. Register all valuable let- 
ters and packages. Registry fee eight cents, which, with the postage, must 
be fully prepaid. The name and address of sender must be given on the out- 
side of the wrapper or envelope of all registered matter. 

CLASSES OF MAIL MATTER AND RATES. 

Domestic mail is divided into four classes, as follows: 

FmsT Class.— Letters, postal cards and matter wholly or partly in writing, 
whether sealed or unsealed (except manuscript copy accompanying proof- 
sheets or corrected proof-sheets of the same), and all matter sealed or other- 
wise closed against inspection. Rates of postage— Two cents per ounce or 
fraction thereof. Postal cards, one cent each. Private mailing cards with 
written messages, conforming to government cards in size and quality, and 
to the regulations prescribed by the postmaster-general, one cent each. On 
'drop'' letters two cents per ounce or fraction thereof, when mailed at let- 
ter-carriers' office; and one cent per ounce or fraction thereof at other offices. 

Skcoxd Class— Newspapers and publications issued at stated intervals as 
often as four times a year, bearing a date of issue and numbered consecu- 
tively, issued from a known office of publication, and formed of printed 
Mieets, without board, cloth, leather or other substantial binding. Such pub- 
lications must be originated and published for the dissemination of informa- 
tion of a public character, or devoted to literature, the sciences, art. or some 
special industry. They must have a legitimate list of subscribers, and must 1 

'><>t be designed primarily for advertising purposes, or for circulation free, or 
a t nominal rates. Rate of postage— For publishers and news agents, one cent 
a pound or fraction thereof. For others than publishers and news agents, one 
cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof. I 

Ihird Class.— Books, periodicals and matter wholly in print (not included 
'» second class), proof-sheets, corrected proof-sheets and manuscript copy 
JPcompanynig the same. Rate of postage— One cent for each two ounces or 
fraction thereof. 

rouKTH Class.— Merchandise— namelv, all matter not embraced in the other 
mree classes, and which is not in its form or nature liable to destroy, deface 
or otherwise damage the contents of the mail bag, or harm the person of any 
V, en ?aged in the postal service, and not above the weight provided by law. 
"ate of postage— One cent per ounce or fraction thereof, but ou seeds, cut- 
tbe ' f roots ' scions an d plants, one cent for each two ounces or fraction 

LIMIT OF WEIGHT. 

bonir^ss^Se must not exceed four pounds in weight, unless it be a single 
wk. .Second class matter is not subject to the four-pound limitation. 

REGISTRY SYSTEM. 

iitntl mailable matter, including drop letters, may be registered: but not 
<«tt«M' addressed to fictitious names, initials or box numbers, or bearing 

* a Rue and indefinite addresses. 
rile registry fee is eight cents In addition to postage. It must be prepaid 

" r stamps affixed. 



78 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

SPECIAL DELIVERY. 

By the affixing: of a special delivery stamp of ten cents, in addition to tlie 
regular postage, any mail matter whatsoever will be delivered Immediately 
after arrival to any point within the carrier limits of any free delivery of- 
fice between the hours of 7 a. m. and 11 p. m„ and within one mile of all 
other post offices between the hours of 7 a. m, and 7 P. m. 

RATES OP POSTAGE TO CANADA AND MEXICO. 

(The Dominion of Canada embraces all the British North American Prov- 
inces except Newfoundland.) 

Letters and Postal Cards— Same rates and conditions of prepayment of 
postage as for United States letters and postal cards. 

Other Matter— Same rates and conditions of transmission as for matter 
for delivery within the United States, except that all sealed packages which 
evidently are not letters are excluded. Other matter must be so wrapped 
or enclosed as to permit their contents to be easily examined by postmasters 
or customs officials. 

Mexico— All articles of every kind or nature which are admitted to the 
domestic mails of the United States are admitted under the same conditions 
and at the same rates to the mails of Mexico; except that articles of miscel- 
laneous merchandise (fourth class matter) not sent as bona fide trade sam- 
ples, are required to be sent by "parcels post" at the rate of twelve cents 
per pound or fraction thereof, with a "customs declaration," properly 
filled out. attached to it. 

POSTAGE TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

Letters, five cents per half ounce or fraction thereof (fifteen grams being 
the postal equivalent of half an ounce). 

Postal cards, two cents each. 

Registration fee, eight cents. 

Printed matter and samples of merchandise, one cent for each two ounces 
or fraction thereof. 

MONEY ORDER RATES. 

On orders not exceeding $2.50, $0.03 Over $30 and not exceeding $40, $0.15 

Over $2.50 and not exceeding $5, .05 Over $40 and not exceeding $50, .18 

Over $5 and not exceeding $10, .08 Over $50 and not exceeding $00, .20 

Over $10 and not exceeding $20, .10 Over $00 and not exceeding $75, .25 

Over $20 and not exceeding $30, .12 Over $75 and not exceeding $100, .30 

A single money order may include any amount from 1 cent to $100, Inclu- 
sive, but must not contain the fractional part of a cent. 

INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDERS. 

Special forms of application for foreign money orders will be furnished to 
persons who desire them. The domestic form should not be used in sendiug 
orders to foreign countries. 

The value of the British pound sterling In United States money is fixed 
by convention at $4.87; the German mark at 24 1-4 cents; French and Swiss 
franc and Italian lire at 10 3-4 cents; Swedish and Norwegian kroner at 27 
cents; Netherlands florin at 41 cents. 

To Africa, Algeria, Arabia, Australia, Austria, Azores, Bahamas, Bermuda, 
British Bechuanaland, Borneo, British Guiana, British Honduras, Bulgaria, 
Canada, Cape Colony, Celon, China, Crete, Cypress. Danish West Indies, 
Denmark, Dutch East Indies, Egypt, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands. Fin- 
land, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain and Ireland, Hawaiian Isl- 
ands, Hungary, Iceland, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Java, Leeward Isl- 
ands, Luxemburg, Madeira, Malacca, Malta, Morocco, Netherlands, New 
South Wales, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Norway, Orange Free State, 
Panama, Persia, Portugal, Queensland, Rhodes, Roumania, St. Helena, Sal- 
vador, Slam, South Australia, Spice Islands, Straits Settlements, Sumatra, 
Sweden, Switzerland, Tasmania, Tobago, Trinidad. Tripoli, Tunis, Turkey, 
Victoria, Western Australia, West Indies, Windward Islands and Zanzibar: 

Not exceeding $10, 
Not exceeding $20, 
Not exceeding :;30, 
Not exceeding !>40, 
Not exceeding $50, 



$0.10 


Not. exceeding $00, 


.$0.60 


.20 


Not exceeding $70, 


0.70 


.30 


Not exceeding $80, 


.80 


.40 


Not exceeding $00, 


.00 


.60 


Not exceeding $100, 


1.00 



POSTAL, INFORMATION. 



79 



PERMISSIBLE WRITING. 

No writing Is permitted on third or fourth class matter except as follows: 
The name and address of sender on the outside or Inside of package, pre- 
ceded by the word '"from." On the wrapper may also be written the names 
and number of articles enclosed. The sender is further allowed to murk a 
word or passage in a book or paper to which he desires to call special atten- 
tion. He may also write a simple Inscription or dedication upon the cover 
or blank leaves of a book or pamphlet. There may be attached to articles of 
merchandise, by tag or label, a mark, number, name or letter, for purpose 
of identification. Printed circulars may contain the written name of the 
sender, or of the addressee, and the date. Any other writing on third or 
fourth class matter will subject the package to letter rates of postage, and 
render the sender liable to a fine of ten dollars for each offense. Printed 
matter may be enclosed with fourth class matter, but the whole package is 
subject to the rate of one cent per ounce or fraction thereof. Packages con- 
taining more than one class of postal matter will subject the whole at the 
rate of the highest class enclosed. 

REFORWARDING. 

Letters will be reforwarded from one post office to another upon the writ- 
ten request of the person addressed without additional charge for postage; 
but packages of third- and fourth class matter cannot be forwarded or re- 
turned without new payment of postage. 

LOTTERY MATTER. 

No letter or circular concerning lotteries, so-called gift concerns, or other 
Bimilar enterprises offering prizes, or concerning schemes devised and in- 
tended to deceive and defraud the public, for the purpose of obtaining money 
under false pretences, shall be carried in the mail. Any person who shall 
kuowingly deposit or send anything to be conveyed by mail in violation of 
this section shall be punishable by a line of not more than five hundred dol- 
lars, nor less than one hundred dollars, with costs of prosecution. 

TIME OF TRANSIT OF MAILS. 

The schedule time of mails from Boston to some of the Leading cities Is as 
follows: New York, 7 hours; Philadelphia, 9.50; Baltimore, 12; Washington, 
13.30; Pittsburg, 20; Chicago. 20; Charleston, S.C., 27.20; Cincinnati, 30.25; St. 
Louis, 35; Omaha, 45; San Frnncisco, 110.30. 

GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS. 

The post offices In Massachusetts located in government buildings are as 
follows: Barnstable, Boston, Fall River, Gloucester, Haverhill. Lowell, Lynn, 
•New Bedford, Springheld, Taunton and Worcester. There are 855 post offices 
»n the State. 



POSTAL DISTANCES AND TIME FROM NEW YORK TO PRINCIPAL 
FOREIGN CITIES. 



(Prepared in the Office of Foreign Malls.) 



v Stat. 

*Name of Place. Days. Miles 

Adelaide, South Australia, 

via San Francisco, 31 

Aden, Arabia, via London. 18 
Alexandria, Egypt, via ' 

London, 13 

A1 j?lers, Africa, via Lon- 
. (1 °n» 10 

Amsterdam, Netherlands, 

via London, 9 

Antwerp, Belgium, via 

London. 9 

A P'a, Samoan Islands, via 

*>an Francisco. 28 



12,845 
7,875 

0,150 

5.030 



3,985 
4,000 
9.200 



Name of Place. Day; 
Athens, Greece, via Lon- 
don. 12 
Auckland, New Zealand, 



via San Francisco 
Bahla, Brazil, 21 

Bangkok, Slam, via Lou- 
don, 41 
Barbadoes, West Indies, 8 
Barcelona, Spain, via Lon- 
don, 10 
Batavla, Java, via Lon- 
don, 34 



Stat. 
Miles. 

5,G55 

10,120 
5,870 

13,125 
2,145 

4,790 

12,800 



80 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Stat. 

Name of Place. Days. Miles. 

Belize, British Honduras, 
via New Orleans, 9 2.3GC 

Berlin, Germany, via Lon- 
don, 9 4,385 

Berne, Switzerland, via 
London, 9 4,490 

Bombay, British India, 
via London, 24 9,763 

Brussels, Belgium, via Lon- 
don, 9 3.975 

Buda-Pesth, Hungary, via 
don, 10 4,91u 

Buenos Ayres, Argentine 
Republic, 29 8,045 

Cairo, Egypt, via London. 12 (5.280 

Calcutta, British India, via 
London, 

Cape Town, South Africa, 
via London. 

Carthagena, Colombia, via 
Panama, 

Chrlstiania, Norway, via 
London. 

Colon, Colombia, via Pana- 
ma, 

Constantinople, Turkey, 
via London. 

Copenhagen, Denmark, via 
London, 

Curacoa, West Indies, 

Demerara, British Guiana, 

Glasgow Scotland, 

Greytown, Nicaragua, via 
New Orleans, 

Hague, The, Netherlands, 
via London. 

Halifax, Nova Scotia, 

Hamilton, Bermuda, 

Havana, Cuba, 

Hong-Kong, China, via San ^_ 
Francisco, 

Honolulu, Hawaii, via San 
Francisco, 



26 


11,120 


27 


11.245 


12 


2,445 


10 


4,650 


6 


2,281 


11 


5,810 


in 

6 

11 

10 


4.575 

2,030 
2,605 
3,375 


7 


2,810 


n 

2 
2 
3 


3. 95 11 
645 
780 

1.413 


25 


10,590 


13 


5,645 



Name of Place. Days. 

Iceland, via London. IS 

Kingston, Jamaica, 5 

La Guayra, Venezuela. 10 

Lisbon, Portugal, via Lon- 
don. io 
London, England, via 

Queenstown. 8 

Madrid, Spain, via Lon- 
don, o 
Maracalbo, Venezuela, 11 
Martinique, West Indies, 9 
Melbourne, Victoria, Aus- 
tralia, via San Fran- 
cisco, ■ • 32 
Mexico City. Mexico, via 

R. R.. 5 

Monrovia, Liberia, Africa, 

via London. 28 

Moscow, Russia, via Lon- 



don. 



10 



Munich, Bavaria, via Lon 
don. 

Nassau, Bahamas, 

Natal. Africa, via Lon 
don, 

Panama, Colombia, 

Paris. France, 

Port au Prince, Hayti, 

Quebec, Canada, 

Rio de Janeiro. Brazil, 

Rome, Italy, via London. 9 

Saigon, Cochin China, via 
San Francisco, 39 

St. Johns, Newfoundland. 5 

St. Petersburg. Russia, via 
London, 10 

Stockholm, Sweden, via 
London. 10 

Valparaiso. Chile, via Pan- 
ama, 37 

Vienna, Austria, via Lon- 
don, " 10 

Yokohama. Japan, via San 
Francisco, 20 



Stat. 

Miles. 
5,350 
1.820 
2,258 

3. 335 

3,740 

4.025 
2,280 
1,980 



12,265 

3.730 

7,335 

5,535 

4,610 
1,105 

12,062 

2,355 
4,020 
1,600 
555 
6,204 
5.030 

12,240 
1.245 

5.370 

4,975 

5.910 

4,740 
7.34S 



POST OFFICES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

For list of Postmasters see under town and city headings. 

Offices In Italics are Money Order offices; those that are also International 
Money Order offices are designated by the letter (I). Offices marked with 
(t) are authorized to issue Money Orders, and for deposit of registered mat- 
ter onlv, and (||) limited Money Orders. County seats are indicated by the 
letters (c. h.) in parentheses; officers of which the postmasters are appointed 
bv the president, subject to conlirmation by the Senate, and whose tenure 
Is four years, are denoted by the figures 1, 2, or 3. indicative of the class 
to which they belong. Salaries of postmasters In Massachusetts at offices 
of the first class range from $3,000 to $6,000, of the second class $2,000 to 
$3,000, of the third class $1,000 to $2,000. Those having no figure prefixed 
are offices of the fourth class, postmasters at which are appointed bv the 
postmaster general, and their term of office has no specified limit. Offices 
having free delivery service are marked with the asterisk (*). 



Post Office. 
Abington, 3 
Acton, 
Acitsfl net . 
Adorn* (I*), 2 
Adamsdale. 
Adamsvllle, 
Ago train 



To\ 



Post Office. 



Town. 
Alford 
Hull 



Abington | Alford. 

Acton j Allerton. 
Acnshnet Athlon (*). + ["Sta. 

Adams J No. 1 . Boston] . Boston 
A\l\eharo\Anie*tniry (I*). > Amesbury 
Shelburne Sub. Sta. Xo. i Salisbury 
Agawuml Point. 



Alandar, Mt. Washington ' Amherst (1*), 2 



Amherst 



Post Office. Town. 

Andover (I*). 2 Andover 
Annuqnam. Gloucester 

Arlington (I). 3 Sta. 

Boston (Arlington) 
Arlington Heights. 

Sta. Hoston (Arlington) 
Anbury drove. Hamilton 
A/ihf)t/rnham,3 Ashburnham 



POST OFFICES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



81 



Post Office. 
Ashby, 
Ashcroft, 
Ashfield, 
Ashland, 3 
Ashley Falls, 
Assinippi, 
Asylum Station, 
Athol (I*),2 
Athol Centre, 3 
Atlantic, 



Town. 

Ashby 

Dedham 

Ashfield 

Ashland 

Sheffield 

Hanover 

Danvers 

Athol 

Athol 

Quincy 



Attleboro (I*), 2 Attleboro 
Attleboro Falls, (I) 3 

Attleboro 
Auburn, Auburn 

Auburndale (I), 3 Newton 
Avon, Avon 

Ayer(I),Z Ayer 

Ayer's Village, Haverhill 
Back Bay (I*), Station 

Boston 
Baldwinsville, 3 Templeton 
Ballardvale, Andover 

Bancroft, Middletield 

BardwelVs Ferry, 

Shelburne 
Barnstable (c. h.), 

Barnstable 
Barre (I), 3 Barre 

Barre Plains, Barre 

Barrowsville, Norton 

Bay State, Northampton 
Bay View, Gloucester 

Beach Bluff, Swampscott 
Becket, Beclcet 

Becket Centre, Becket 

Bedford, Bedford 

Bedford Springs, Bedford 
Beechwood, " Cohasset 
Belcher town (I), 

Belchertown 
Bellinsrham,. .. Belliugham 
Belmont, Belmont 

Berkley, Berkley 

Berkshire, Lanesboro 

Berlin, Berlin 

Bernardston, Bernardston 
Beterly a*),2 Beverly 

Sub Sta. No. 1 (North 

Beverly) 
J>ererly Farms, Beverly 
J!" (erica. Bill erica 

Blackinton (I), 
, Williamstown 

Mack-stone, Blackstone 

'>>>idford, Blandford 

"""On, Bolton 

tfu „isriUe, Palmer 

B»*ton (Ic. h. *), 1 Boston 
•v at io /is. 

A. South End (I). 

Arlington (I). 

Arlington Heights. 

Back Bay (I). 

Brighton (I). 

Brookline (I), ||. 

Cambridge (I). 

Cambridgeport (I). 

t/iarlestown (I). 

i hehea (I). 

Borchester {I). 

r.iut Boston (I). 

Fast Cambridge (I). 

Jamaica Plain (I). 

M'tttapan. 
rt 



Post Office. Town. 

North Cambridge (I). 

Revere. 

Ilosliitdale. 

Jloj'.bury (I). 

Roxbury Crossing (I). 

Somemille (I). 

South Boston (I). 
West Roxbury. 
West Somerville. 
Winthrop. 
Sub Stations. 

No. 1 (Allston), 37? 
Cambridge St. 
• No. 2 (East Somer- 
■ville), cor. Perkins 
and Franklin Sts. 

No. 3, 380 Center St. 

No. 4 (Somerset Hill). 

No. 5, 63 Warren Av. 

No. 6 (Upham's Cor- 
ner), 775 Dudley St. 

No. 8 (Winter Hill), 
cor. Pearl and Mar- 
shall Sts. 

No. 9, Cor. Boy Is ton 
and Church Sts. 

No. 10, 109 Green St. 

No. 11, 329 Warren St. 

No. 12. 3101 Washing- 
ton St. 

No. IS. 210 North St. 

No. 14, Chamber of 
Commerce bldg. 

No. 15. Coolidge's Cor- 
ner. 

No . 16, Joy and Myrtle 
Sts. 

No. 17, 335 Columbus 
Av. 

No. 18, 1129 Washing- 
ton St. 

No. 19, 21 Massachusetts 
Ave. 

No. 20, 276 Massachu- 
setts Ave. 

No. 21, 269 Pearl St. 

No. 22, 157 Bunker Hill 
St. 

No. 23, 574 Main St. 

No. 24, 176 Saratoga St. 

No. 25. 672 Center St. 

No. 26, 38 Beach St. 

No. 27, 64 Walnut St. 

No. 28, 3730 Washing- 
ton St. 

No. 29, 146 Harrison Av. 

No. 30, 297 Main St. 
(Charlestown). 

No. 32, 295 Tremont St. 

No. 33, 4 Inman Sq. 

No. 34, 610 Tremont. 

No. 35, 675 Broadway. 

No. 36, 2 Winthrop Av. 

No. 37, 366 Dorchester 
Av. 

No. 38, 152 Paul Gore St. 

No. 40, 68 Market St. 

No. 41, 1152 Tremont St. 

No. 42, Beacon St. near 
Reservoir. 

No. 43, \Kl Wash. Av. 

No. 44, 519 Shawmut Av. 

No. 45, 476 Blue Hill Av. 

No. 46, 620 Atlantic Av. 



Post Office. Town. 

No. 47, Deer Island. 
No. 48, Blue Hill. 
No. 49, 83 Concord St. 



Bourne. 

Bournedale, 

Box ford, 

Boylston, 

Boy 1st on Centre 

Bradford (I), 

Braggville, 

Braintree (I), 8 

Brant Rock, 

Brewster, 

Bridgeirater (I), 



Bourne 
Bourne 
Boxford 
Boylston 
Boylston 
Haverhill 
Holliston 
Braintree 
Marshtield 
Brewster 
3 Bridge- 
water 
Savoy 
Clarksburg 



Brier, 
Briggsville 

Brighton (I*), Station 

Boston 
Bright wood, 3 Springfield 
Brimfield, Brimfield 

Brockton (l*), 1 Brockton 
Brookfield, 3 Brookfield 
Brookline (I*), Station, 

Boston (Brookiine) 
Brooks Station, Princeton 
Brook cille. Stoughton 

Br i/o n lv 'die, Pern b ro ke 

Bucktan.d. Buckland 

Burlington, Burlington 
Buzzard's Bay, Bourne 

By field, Newbury 

Cambridge (I *), c. h.. Sta- 
tion, Boston (Cam- 
bridge) 
Cambridgeport (I*), Station 
Boston (Cambridgeport) 
Campello (I), 2 Brockton 
Canton (I), 3 Canton 

Canton Junction, Canton 
Carlisle, Carlisle 

Carver, Carver 

Caryville, Bellingham 

Cataumet, Bourne 

Center Marshfield, Marsh- 
field 
Cenirecille. Barnstable 

Central Village, Westport 
Chapinville, Northboro 

Charlemont, Charlemont 
Charles River Village. 

Needham 
Charlestown (I *). Station 

Boston (Charlestown) 
Charlton. Charlton 

Charlton City, Charlton 
Charlton Depot. Charlton 
(•hartley, Norton 

Chatham, Chatham 

Chatham port, Chatham 
Chelmsford, Chelmsford 
Chelsea (I*), Station. 

Boston (Chelsea) 
Cherry Valley, Leicester 
Cheshire, Cheshire 

Chester (I), 3 Chester 

Chesterfield, Chesterfield 
Chestnut Hill, 3 Newton 
Chicopee (I), 2 Chicopee 
Chicopee Falls (I*), 2 Chic- 
opee 
Chilmark. Chilmark 

Chilton ville, Plymouth 
City Mills, Norfolk 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Post Office. Town. 

Clarendon Hills, Station, 

Hyde Park 
Clarksburg, Clarksburg 
Clayton, New Marlboro 
Clifford, New Bedford 

Clifton, Marblehead 

Cliftondale, Saugus 

Clinton (I*), 2 Clinton 

Cochesett, W. Bridgewater 
Cochituate. Wayland 

Cohasset, 3 Cohasset 

Coldbrook Springs, Oakham 
Coldspring, Westford 

Colrain, Colrain 

Collinsville, Woburu. 

Concord (I), 3 Concord 

Concord Junction (I), 2 

Concord 
Conway, Conway 

Cooleyville, New Salem 
Cordaville, Southboro 

Cottage City, 3 Cottage City 
Cotuit, Barnstable 

Craigvillet, Barnstable 
Crow Point, HiDgbam 

Cummaquid, Barnstable 
pumminqton, Cummington 
Curtisville, Stockbridge 
Cusbing, Salisbury 

Cuttybunk, Gosnold 

Cyrus, Heatb 

Dalton, 3 Dalton 

Dana, Dana 

Danvers (I), 2 Danvers 
Danvers Centre, Danvers 
Danversport, Danvers 

Dartmouth, Dartmouth 
Davis (I), Rowe 

Dedham (I c b.), 2 Dedham 
Deerfield, Deerfield 

Dell, Heath 

Dennis, Dennis 

Dennis Port, Dennis 

Dighton, Digbton 

Dodge, Charlton 

Dodgeville, Attleboro 

Dorchester (I*), Station, 

Boston (Dorchester) 
Douglas, Douglas 

Dover, Dover 

Dracut, Dracut 

Dudley, Dudley 

Dunstable, Dunstable 

Duxbury, Duxbury 

Dwight, Belchertown 

East Acton, Acton 

East Billerica, Billerica 
East Blackstone, Black- 
stone 
East Boston (I*), Station, 

Boston (East Boston) 
East Boxford, Uoxford 

East Braintrec, Braintree 
East Brewster, Brewster 
East Bridge water (1), 3 

East Bridge water 
East Brimfleld, Brimfleld 
East Brook Held, Brookfield 
East Cambridge (I*), 

Station, Boston (East 

Cambridge) 
East Carver, Carver 

East Charlemont, Charle- 
mont 



Post Office. 
East Deerfield, 
East Dennis, 
East Douglas, 3 
East Falmouth, 
East Foxboro, 
East Freetown, 
East ham, 
Easthampton (I) 

East Harwich. 
East Haverhill, 



Town. 
Deerfield 
Dennis 
Douglas 
Falmouth 
Foxboro 
Freetown 
Eastham 
, 3 East- 
hampton 
Harwich 
Station, 
Haverhill 
Holl'ston 



East Holliston 
East Hubbardston, 

Hubbardston 
East Lee, Lee 

East Leverett, Leverett 
Elast Lexington, Lexington 
East Longmeadow (I), 

East Longmeadow 
East Mansfield, Mansfield 
East Mattapoisett, 

Mattapoisett 
East Milton, Milton 

East Northfield (I) , 3 North- 
field 
East, Norton, Norton 

Easton, Easton 

Eastondale. Easton 

East Orleans, Orleans 

East Pembroke, Pembroke 
East Pepperell (I) , 3 

Pepperell 
East Princeton, Princeton 
East River, Station, 

Hyde Park 
East Sandwich, Sandwich 
East Saugus, Saugus 

East Shelburne, Shelburne 
East Taunton, Taunton 
East Templet on, Templeton 
East Walpole, 3 Walpole 
East Wareham, Wareham 
East Weymouth, 3 Wey- 
mouth 
East Whately, Whately 

East Whitman, Whitman 
East Windsor, Windsor 
Eddyville, Middleboro 

Edgartown (c. h.), 3 Ed- 

gartown 
Egremont Plain Egremont 
Egypt, Scituate 

Ellis. Norwood 

Elm Grove, Colrain 

Elmwood, East Bridge water 
Endicott, Dedham 

Enfield, Enfield 

Erving, Erving 

Essex, Essex 

Everett (I*), 2 Everett 

Faiifield, Russell 

Fairharen, 3 Fairhaven 
Fairview, Holyoke 

Fall River (I *) , 1 Fall River 
■Sub Sta. No. 1, (I), 

Flint Village 
Sub Sta. No. J, (I). 

1414 South Main St. 
Falmouth (I), 3 Falmouth 
Falmouth Heights, 

Falmouth 
Farley.' " Erving 

Farnumsville. Grafton 



Post Office. Town. 

Fayville. Southboro 

Feeding Hills, Agawam 

Fells, Melrose 

Fisherville, Grafton 

Fiskdale, Sturbridge 

Fitchburg (I c. h. *) , 1 

Fitchburg 
Sub Sta. A T o. 1, West 

Fitchburg 
Florence (I), 3 

Northampton 
Florida, Florida 

Forestdale, Sandwich 

Forge Village, Westford 
Foxboro, 3 Foxboro 

Foxvale, Foxboro 

Framingham (I), 3 Fra- 

mingham 
Franklin (1), 2 Franklin 
Franklin Park, Revere 

Freetown, Freetown 

Furnace, Hardwick 

Gardner (I), 2 Gardner 

Gay Head, Gay Head 

Georgetown,' 3 Georgetown 
Gilbertville, Hardwick 

Gill, || Gill 

Gleasondale, 

Glendale, Stockbridge 

Globe Village, Southbrid}/e 
Gloucester (I *) .2 Gloucester 

Gloucester 
Goshen, Goshen 

Grafton, 3 Grafton 

Grdttby, Granby 

Graniteville, Westford 

Granville, Granville 

Granville Centre, Granville 
Great Barrington (I), 2 

Great Barrington 
Greenbush, Scituate 

Greendale [Statiou A 7 j, 

Worcester 
Greenfield (I c. b. *), 2 

Greenfield 
Green Ha? ' or, Marshfield 
Greenwich, Greenwich 

Greenwich Village. 

Greenwich 
Greenwood. Wakefield 

Griswoldville, Colrain 

Groton, 3 Groton 

Groveland, Groveland 

Ifadley, Hadlcy 

Halifax, - Halifax 

Hamilton, Hamilton 

Hampden, Hampden 

Ifanrock, Hancock 

Hanover, Hanover 

Hanson, Hanson 

Harding. Medfield 

Hardwick, Hardwick 

Harris. Rehoboth 

Hartsville, New Marlboro 
Harvard, Harvard 

Harwich, Harwich 

Harwich Port, Harwich 
Hatchville, Falmouth 

J fat Held, Hatfield 

Hatberlv, Rockland 

Haverhill (I*), 1 Haverhill 
Station*, 
Ayer'8 Village. 
East Haverhill. 



POST OFFICES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



83 



Post Office. Town. 

Independent Station, 

Bradford (I> 
Hawley, Hawley 

Hayden Row, Hopkinton 
Baydenville, Williamsburg 
Heath, Heath 

Hebronville, Attleboro 

Bighlandville, 3 Needham 
Hills 
Hills, Saugus 

Bingham, 3 Hingham 

Bingham Centre, Hingham 
Hinsdale, Hinsdale 

Holbrook, Holbrook 

Holden, Holden 

Holland, Holland 

Bollision (I), 3 Holliston 
Holyoke (I *), 1 Holyoke 
Hoosac Tunnel, Florida 
Bopedale, 3 Hopedale 

Bopkinton (I), 3 Hopkinton 
Hortonville, Swansea 

Hough's Neck, Quincy 

Bousatonic, Gt. Harrington 
Bubbardslon, Hubbardston 
Budson, 3 Hudson 

Bull, Hull 

Huntington, Huntington 
Bijannis (I), 3 Barnstable 
Hyannis Port, Barnstable 
Byde Park (I *) ,2 Hyde Park 

Stations, 
Clarendon Bills, 
East Hirer, 
Readville. 

Sub. Sta. No. 1, 

(Hazelwood) 
Indian Orchard (I) , 3 

Springfield 
Ipswich, 3 Ipswich 

IslandCreek, Diixbury 

Islington, Dedham 

Jamaica Plain (*), Station, 
Boston (Jamaica Plain) 
Jefferson, Holden 

Judson, Ravnham 

hendal Green, Weston 

hingston, Kingston 

Lake Pleasant, Montague 
Lakeville, Lakeville 

Lancaster (I;, Lancaster 
Lanesboro, Lanesboro 

Lanesville, - Gloucester 
Lawrence (I c. h. *), 1 
. - Lawrence 

£"(I),3 Lee 

Leeds, Northampton 

Leicester (I), Leicester 

L*nox m, 3 Lenox 

Lo'oxdale (I), Lenox 

Leominster (I*),2Leom- 

T . inster 

independent Station, 
. North Leominster 

Urerett, Leverett 

I'-nngton, 3 Lexington 

y«\vaea, Leyden 

'■'"'•oln, Lincoln 

/) ne ' , Colrain 

{'"'U'ood, Northbridge 

I JJ5 1 ?' Goshen 

l'm f , 0n '„ Littleton 

Littleton Common, 

Littleton 



Post Office. Town. 

Littleville, Chester 

Locke's Village, Montague. 
Longme.adow, Longmeadow 
Long Plain, Acusbnet 

Loudville, Northampton 
Lowell (I c. h. *), 1 Lowell 

Sub Sta. No. 1, 5 
Bridge St. 

Sub Sta. No. 2, Mid- 
dlesex Village. 
Ludlow, Ludlow 

Ludlow Centre, Ludlow 
Lunenburg, Lunenburg 

Lynn (I *), 1, Lynn 

Lynnfield, Lynnfield 

Ltfnnjield Centre, LynntioW 
Lyonsville, Col ruin 

Magnolia, Gloucester 

Maiden (l*). 2 Maiden 

Sub Sta. No. 1 (Maple - 
wood). 
Munchaug, Sutton 

Manchester, 3 Manchester 
Manomet, Plymouth 

Mansfield, 3 Mansfield 

Marblehead (I*), 2 Mar- 

blehead 
Marion, Marion 

Marlboro (I*), 2 Marlboro 
Marshfield, Marshticld 

Marshfield Hills, Marshticld 
Marst'on's Mills, Barnstable 
Mashpee. Mashpee 

Mat field. West Bridge water 
Mattapan (*)., Station, 

Boston (Mattapan) 
Mattapoisett, Mattapoisett 
Maynard (I), 3 Mavnard 
Medtield, 3 . Medfield 1 

Med ford (I *), 2 Medford 

Sub Sta. No.l (Glenwood) 
Mediray, 3 Medwav 

Melrose (I *), 2 Melrose 

Independent Station. 

Melrose Highland 
Menauhant, Falmouth 

Mendon, Mcndon 

Merrick, West Springfield 
Merrimac (I), 3 Merrimac 
Merrimacport, Me rrimac 
Metcalf, Holliston 

Met hue n, 3 Methuen 

Middleboro (I *), 2 Mid- 

dleboro 
Middlefield, Middletield 
Middleton, Middleion 

Mil ford (I*), 2 Mil ford 

Millbrook, Duxbury 

MiUbury (I), 3 Millbury 
Miller's Falls, Montague 
Millington, New Salem 

Millis, Millis 

Mill Ii'iver, New Marlboro 
MillviUe, 3 Blackstoue 

Millwood, Rowley 

Milton, 3 Milton 

Minot, North Scituate 

Mittineague (I), 3 West 

Springfield 
Monroe. Monroe 

Monroe Bridge (I), Monroe 
Monson (J), 3 Monson 

Montwait, Framingharn 
Montague, Montague 



Post Office. Town. 

Montague City. Montague 
Monterey, Monterey 

Montgomery, Montgomery 
Montrose, Wakefield 

Montville, Sandistield 

Monument Beach, Bourne 
Moore's Corner, Leverett 
Mount Auburn, 

Station, Watertown 
Mount Blue, Norwell 

Mount J/ermon. Northfield 
Mount Tom, Easthainpton 
Mount Wachusett. 

Princeton 
Mount Washington, 

Mount Washington 
Mundale, Westfield 

Myrick's, Berkley 

Nahant, Nahant 

Nanepashemet, Marblehead 
Nantasket, Cohasset 

Nantucket (c. h.), 3 Nan- 
tucket 
Nash, Weymouth 

Nashoba, Westford 

Natick (I*). 2 Natick 

Needham (I), 3 Needham 
New Ashford. New Ashford 
New Bedford (I c. h.*) 1 

New Bedford 
New Boston, Sandistield 
New Braintree, New 

Braintree 
Newbury port (I c h.*) , 2 

Newburyport 
New Lenox, Lenox 

New Marlboro, New 

Marlboro 
New Salem, New Salem 
New State,- Savov 

Newton fl*), 2 Newton 

Newton Centre (I*) ,\ Newton 
Stations, 
Newton Highlands (I) 
Newton Upper Falls (I) 
Independent Stations. 
Auburndale (1) 
Newton (I) 
Newtonville (I) 
West Newton (1) 
Newton Highlands (I) 

Station, Newton Centre 
Newton Lower Falls, 

Newton 
Newton Upper Falls (I), 

Station, Newton Centre 
N<ntitonville (I) Ind. 

Station, Newton Centre 
Nichewaug, Petersham 
Nobscot, Framingharn 

Nonquitt, Dartmouth 

Norfolk. Norfolk 

North Abington, 3 

Abington 
North Acton, Acton 

North Adams (I*). 2 

North Adams 
North Amherst, Amherst 
Northampton (I c. h.*). 2 

Northampton 
North Andover, North 

Andover 
North Andover Depot, 3 

North Andover 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Post Office. Town. 

North Ashburnham, 

Ashburnham 
North Attleboro (I*), 3 

North Attleboro 
North Bellingham, Bel- 

lingham 
North Billerica, Billerica 
North Blandford, Bland- 
ford 
Northboro (I), 3 Northboro 
North Brewster, Brewster 
Northbridge, Northbridge 
Northbridge Centre, 

Northbridge 
North Brook field (I), 2 

North Brookfield 
North Cambridge (*), 

Station, Boston (North 
Cambridge) 
North Carver, Carver 

North Chatham, Chatham 
North Chelmsford, 

Chelmsford 
North Chester, Chester 
North Dana, Dana 

North Dartmouth, Dart- 
mouth 
North Dight on, Dighton 
North Diixbury, Duxbury 
North Eastham, Eastham 
North Easton (I), 3 Easton 
North Egremonl, Egre- 

mont 
North Falmouth, Falmouth 
Northfteld (I) , Northfield 
Northfield Farms. 

Northfield 
North Foxboro, Foxboro 
North Grafton, Grafton 
North Hatiley, Hadley 

North Hanover, Hanover 
North Hanson, Hanson 

North Harwich, Harwich 
North Hatfield, Hatfield 
North Heath, Heath 

North Leominster. Ind. 

Sta., Leominster 
North Leverett, Leverett 
North Marshfield. 

Marshfield 
North Middleboro, Mid- 

dleboro 
North Natick, Natick 

North New Salem, 

New Salem 
North Orange, Orange 

North Oxford. Oxford 

North Pembroke, 

Pembroke 
North Plymouth (I), Ply- 
mouth 
North Prescott. Preseott 
North Raynham, Rayuhaui 
North Redding, North 

Heading 
North Rehoboth, Rehoboth 
North Rochester, Roch- 
ester 
North Rutland, Rutland 
North Scituate, Scituate 
North Stoughton. 

Stoughton 
North Sudbury, Sudbury 
North Swansea, Swansea 



Post Office. Town. 

North Tisbury, West 

Tisbury 
North Truro, Truro 

North Uxb ridge (I), 

Uxbridge 
North Westport, Westport 
North Weymouth, Wey- 
mouth 
North Wilbraham, Wil- 

braham 
North Wilmington, 

Wilmington 
Norton, Norton 

Norton Furnace, Norton 
Norwell, Norwell 

Norwich, Huntington 

Norwood (I), 2 Norwood 
Oakdale, West Boylston 
Oakham, Oakham 

Oldtown, Attleboro 

Onset, Wareham 

Orange (I) , 2 Orange 

Orleans (I), Orleans 

Osterville, Barnstable 

Otis, Otis 

Otter Paver, Templeton 

Oxford, Oxford 

Palmer (I), 2 Palmer 

Paugus, Pepperell 

Paxton. Paxton 

Peabody (I *) , 2 Peabody 
Pelham. Pelham 

Pembroke. Pembroke 

Pepperell. Pepperell 

Peru, Peru 

Petersham. Petersham 

Phillipston, Phillipston 
PigeOn Core. Rockport 

Pitts field (I c. h. *) . 1 

Pittsfield 
Plain field, Plainfield 

Plainville, Wrentham 

Pleasant Lake, Harwich 
Plymouth {I c. h. *),2 

Plymouth 
Plympton, Plympton 

Pocassef. Bourne 

Poudville, Norfolk 

Ponkapoag, Canton 

Pontoasuc, Pittsfield 

Porter, Weymouth 

Pottersville, Somerset 

Pratt's Junction, Sterling 
Prescott. Prescott 

Pride's Crossing, Beverly 
Princeton, Princeton 

Princeton Depot. Princeton 
Provincetown (1). 3 Prov- 

incetown 
Quinapoxet. Holden 

Quincy (I *),2 Quincy 

Sub\ Sta. No. l, (110 

Copeland St) 
Quinsigamond (I). [Sta. 

C], Worcester 



Quissett, 
Randolph, Z 
Raymond, 
liuynharn. 
Heading (I), 2 
ReadHUe, Sta. 
Rehoboth, 



liei 



Falmouth 
Randolph 
Plymouth 
Ravnham 
Reading 
Hyde Park 
Rehoboth 



Post Office. Town. 

Richmond, Richmond 

Richmond Furnace, 

Richmond 



Ridge Hill, 
Ringville, 

Riverside, 
Rochdale, 
Rochester, 
Rock, 



Norwell 

Worthington 

Gill 

Leicester 

Rochester 

Middleboro 



Rockdale Mills, West 

Stockbridge 
Rockland, 3 
Rockport, 3 
Rockville, 
Roslindale (*) 



Rockland 
Rockport 
Millis 
Station, 

Boston 

Rowe 

Rowley 



Rotre. 

Rowley. 

Roxbury (I*), Station 

Boston (Roxbury) 
Roxbury Crossing (I). 

Station, Boston 
Royalston, Royalston 

Russell, Russell 

Rutland, Rutland 

Sagamore. Bourne 

Salem (I c. h. *), 1 Saleni 
Sub. Sta. No. 1, 

122 Boston St. 
Salisbury. Salisbury 

Sand Hills, Norwell 

Sandisfield. Sandisfield 
Sandwich (I), 3 Sandwich 
Sunt u it,- 
Saugus, 

Saundersville, 
Savoy, 

Savoy Centre, 
Saxonville (I). 



ire. Station, Boston 

(Revere) 



Barnstable 
Saugus 
Grafton 
Savoy 
Savoy 
Fra- 
mingham 
Scituate. Scituate 

Scituate Centre, Scituate 
Scotland, Bridgewater 

Sea View, Marshfield 

Seekonk, Seekonk 

Segreganset, Dijrhtou 

Sharon (I), 3 Sharon 

Shattuckville, Oolraiu 

Shawmut, New Bedford 
Sheffield, Sheffield 

Shelburne. Shelburue 

shelburne Falls (I). 3 

Shelburue 
Sheldonville, Wrentham 
Sherbom, . Sherborn 

Shirley. Shirley 

Shirley Centre, Shirley 

Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury 
Shutesbury, Shutesbury 
Siasconset, 
Silver Lake. 
Sixteen Acres, 
Smiths, 
Smith's Ferry, 



Nantucket 
Kingston 
Springfield 
Enfield 
North- 
ampton 
Bane 
Somerset 



Smithville, 

Somerset . 

Somtrville (I*), Station, 

Boston, Somerville 
So. Acton, ActOU 

So. Amherst, Amherst 

Southamjtton, Southampton 
So. Ashburnham, 3 Ash- 
burnham 



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POST OFFICES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



85 



Post Office. Town. 

So. Ashfleld, Ashfield 

So. Attiol, Athol 

\ So. Attleboro, Attleboro 
So. Bellingham, Belling- 
ham 
So. Berlin, Berlin 

So. Billerica, Billerica 

Southboro, Southboro 

So. Boston (I), Station. 

Boston (So. Boston) 
So. Braintree, 3 Braintree 
So. Brewster, Brewster 

Southbridge (I), 2 South- 
bridge 
So. By field, Newbury 

So. Carver, Carver 

So. Chatham, Chatham 

So. Chelmsford, Chelms- 
ford 
So. Dartmouth, Dartmouth 
So. Deerfield, Deerrield 

So. Dennis (I), Dennis 

So. Duxbury, Duxbury 

So. Easton, Easton 

So. Egremont, Egremont 
South End (*), Sta. A, 

Boston 
So. Essex, Essex 

South field, New Marlboro 
So. F'ramingham (I *), 2 

Framingham 
So. Gardner, 3 Gardner 

So. Groveland, Groveland 
so. Hadley, - So. Hadlev 
So. Hadley Falls, 8 

So. Hadley 
So. Hanover, Hanover 

■So. Hanson, Hanson 

So. Harwich, Harwich 

So. Hingham', Hingham 
so. Hyannis, Barnstable 
So. Lancaster, Lancaster 
So. Lee, Lee 

So. Lincoln, Lincoln 

So. Middleboro, Middleboro 
So. Middleton, Middleton 
So. Milford, Hopedale 

■ s o. Xatick, Natick 

So. Orleans, Orleans 

So. Rehoboth, Rehohoth 
■ s o. Boyalston, Rovalstcn 
So. Sandisfield, Sandistield 
So. Sandwich, Sandwich 
so. Sherborn, Sherborn 

£o. Sudbury. Sudbury 

So. Swansea, Swansea 

So. Truro, Truro 

southville, Southboro 

*o. Walpole, Walpole 

• s <>. "areham, Wareham 
£»< JVeltJteet, Wellfleet 

So. Westminster, West- 
c minster 

>o-Uestport, Westport 
■""'■ Weymouth, 3 Weymouth 
■^"tthirick. South wick 

*"■ nuhamstown, 
,, Williamstown 

s o. \\ orthington, 
.. ,. Worth ington 

•v>. iarmouth, Yarmouth 
JP*»wa),2 Spencer 

tyrinQfield (I c. h. *), 1 

Springfield 



Post Office. Town. 

Spring Hill. Sandwich 

Spruce Corner, Ashfield 
State Farm. Bridge water 
State Line, West Stock- 
bridge 
Steep Brook, Fall River 
sterling. Sterling 

Sterling Junction, Sterling 
Still lltver, Harvard 

Stockbridge, 3 Stockbridge 
Stoneham (I), 2 Stoneham 
Stony Brook, Weston 

St ought on, 3 Stoughton 

St on'. Stow 

sturbridge, Sturbridge 

Sudbury, Sudbury 

Sunderland, Sunderland 
Surfside, Hull 

Sutton, Sutton 

Stvampscott (I) , 3 Swamp- 

scott 
Swansea, Swansea 

Swansea Centre, Swansea 
Swift River, Cummington 
Tapleyville, Danvers 

Tarpaulin Cove, Gosnold 
Taunton (I c h. *), 2 

Taunton 
Teaticket, Falmouth 

Templeton, Tempieton 

Tewksbury, Tewksbury 

Thomdike (I), Palmer 

Three Hirers, Palmer 

Tolland. Tolland 

Topsfield, Topstield 

Town-send, 3 Townsend 

To wnsend Harbor. 

Townsencf 
Truro, Truro 

Tufts College, Medford 

Tuliy, Orange 

1 timers Falls (I). 3 

Montague 
Tyngsboro, Tyngsboro 

Tyringham, Tyringham 
Unionville, Franklin 

Upton. Upton 

Uxbridge (1), 3 Uxbridge 
Van Deusen, Gt. Bar- 

rington 
Vineyard Haven, 3. Tisbury 
Wuhan, Newton 

Wadsworth. Franklin 

Wakefield (I*), 2 Wake- 
field 
Wales, Wales 

Wain ut mil (I) , 3 Dedham 
Walpole. 3 Walpole 

Walt ham (I *), 2 Waltham 
Wamesit, Tewksbury 

Waquoit. Falmouth 

Ward Hill. Bradford 

Ware (I), 2 Ware 

Wareham, 3 Wareham 

Warren. 3 Warren 

Warwick, Warwick 

Washington, Washington 
Wutertown (I*), 2 Water- 
town 
Station, Mount Auburn 
Waterville, Winchendon 
Watson, Ashtield 

Waverley <0, 3 Belmont 
Way land, Wayland 



Post Office. Town. 

Wetmter (I). 2 Webster 

Wellesley (I), 3 Wellesley 
Wellesley Farms, 

Wellesley 
Wellesley Hills, Wellesley 
Wellfleet, Welltteet 

Wellington, Medford 

Wendell. Wendell 

Wendell Depot, Wendell 
Wenham, Wenham 

Wenham Depot, Wenham 
West Acton, 3 Acton 

West Auburn, Auburn 

West Barnstable, Barn- 
stable 
West Bccket, Becket 

West Berlin. Berlin 

Westboro (I*), 2 Westboro 
West Box ford, Box ford 
West Boylston, West 

Boylston 
West. Brewster, Brewster 
West Bridgetcater, West 

Bridgewater 
West Brookfield, 3 West 

Brookfield 
West Chatham, Chatham 
West Chelmsford, Chelms- 
ford 
West Chesterfield, Ches- 
terfield 
West Chop, Tisbury 

West Cummington, 

Cummington 
Westdale, West Bridge- 
water 
West Dedham, Dedham 

West Deerrield, Deertield 
West Dennis, Dennis 

West Dighton, Dighton 
West Dudley, Dudley 

West Duxbury, Duxbury 
West Falmouth. Falmouth 
West Farms, North- 
ampton 
West field (I *), 2 Westtield 
Westford. Westford 

West Gardner (1) 2 Gardner 
West Gloucester. 

Gloucester 
West Granville, Granville 
West Groton, Grotou 

Weslhampton, West- 

hampton 
West Hanover, Hanover 
West Harwich* Harwich 
West Hatfield, Hatfield 
West Hawley, Hawley 

W<st Hingham, Hingham 
West Leyden, Levden 

West Mansfield. Mansfield 
West Medford (I*), 2 

Medford 
West Medway, Medway 

West Millbury, Millbury 
Westminster. Westminster 
Westminster Depot, West- 
minster 
West Newbury, West 

Newbury 
West Newton (I), 2 Newton 
West Korthfleld, Northtield 
Weston, Weston 

West Otis, Otis 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Post Office. Town. 

West Peabody, Peabody 
West Pittsfield, Pittstield 
Westport, Westport 

Westport Point, Westport 
West Boxbury (*), Station 

Boston 
West Rutland, Rutland 

West Somerville, Station, 

Boston, (Somerville) 
West Springfield, West 

Springfield 
West Sterling, Sterling 
West Stockbridge, West 

Stockbridge 
West Stockbridge Centre, 
West Stockbridge 
West Stoughton, Stoughton 
West Sutton. Sutton 

West Ttsiwry.WestTisbury 
West Toivnsend, Townsend 
West Upton. Upton 

Westvale, Concord 

West Wareham, Wareham 
West Warren, Warren 

Westwood, Westwood 

West Worthington, 

Worthington 
West Yarmouth, Yar- 
mouth 



Post Office. Town. 

Weymouth, 3 Weymouth 
Weymouth Ventre, 3 Wey- 
mouth 
Weymouth Heights, Wey- 
mouth 
Whately, Whately 

Wheelwright, Hardwick 
Whitinsville (I), 3 North- 
bridge 
Whitman, 3 Whitman 

Wianno, Barnstable 

Wilbraham, Wilbraham 
Wilkinsonmlle, Sutton 

Williamsburg, Williams- 
burg 
Williamstown (I), 3 

Williamstown 
Williamstown Station, 

Williamstown 
Williamsville, Hubbardston 
Willimansett, Chicopee 

Wilmington, Wilmington 
Winchendon, 3 Winchendon 
Winchendon Springs, 

Winchendon 
Win Chester (I*) ,2Winchester 
Windsor, Windsor 

Winthrop (*), Station, 

Boston (Winthrop) 



Post Office. Town. 

Woburn (I*), 2 Woburh 

Wollaxton CL) , 2 Quincn 

Wood's J foil, Falmouty 

Woodville, Hopkinton 

Worcester (I c. h. *), 1 

Worcester 
Stations. 

A, (I), 51 Main St. 

B, (I), Webster Sq. 

0, (I), Quinsigamond, 
772 Millbury St. 

I), Greendale. 
Sub Stations. 

No. J (I), 8 Millbury St. 

No. 2, Cor. Lake and 
Wigwam Avs. 

No. 3, 580 Southbridge 
St. 

No. 4, 236 Front St. 

Worthington, Worthington 
W rent ham, W rent ham 

Wyben, Westbeld 

Yarmouth, Yarmouth 

Yarmouth Farms, Yar- 
mouth 
Yarmouthport, Yarmouth 
Zoar, Charlemont 



CUSTOMS DISTRICTS OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Surveyor of Customs for Massa- 
chusetts—Jeremiah J. McCarthy, 
Boston. 

Naval Officer of Customs— James O. 
Lyford, Boston. 

BOSTON AND CHARLESTOWN 

DISTRICT. 

Custom House Corner State and 

India Streets. 

Custom House opens at a. m. and 

closes at 3 p. m. 

collector's office. 
Collector— George II. Lyman, $8,000. 
Special Deputy Collector— John M. 

Fiske, $5,000. 
Secretary and Chief Clerk— Daniel S. 

Knowlton, $2,500. 

INWARD FOREIGN DIVISION. 

Deputy Collector— Martin A. Munroe, 

$3,000. 
Clerk and Acting Deputy Collector— 

R. G. Frye, $2,000. 

WAREHOUSE DIVISION. 

Deputv Collector— J. II. Barnes, 
$3,000. 

Chief Clerk— Win. A. Snow, $2,000. 

Clerk and Superintendent of Ware- 
Houses— E. S. MacFarland, $2,000. 

MARINE DIVISION. 

Deputy Collector— W. P. Jones, 
$3,000. 

Clerk and Acting Deputv Collector- 
John E. Hesseltlue, $2,000. 



AUDITOR'S DIVISION. 

Auditor— Stephen D. Salmon, $3,000. 
Clerk and Acting Auditor— William 
L. Coon, $2,000. 

CASHIER'S DIVISION. 

Cashier— E. L. Frothinghanii $3,000. 
Clerk and Assistant Cashier— W. H. 
Locke, $2,200. 

CUSTODIAN'S DIVISION. 

Custodian— George H. Lyman. 
Assistant Custodian— Joshua Atwood, 
$1,100. 



SURVEYOR'S 



OFFICE. 

J. McCarthy, 



Surveyor— Jeremiah 

$5,000. 
Deputy Surveyor— Chas. C. Rivers, 

$2,500. 
Weigher— Andrew Hall, $2,000. 
Gauger— H. A. Wright, $2,000. 

APPRAISER'S OFFICE. 

Appraiser— S. Stillman Blanchard, 

$3,000. 
Assistant Appraiser— Alfred W. 

Brown, $2,500. 
Assistant Appraiser— Osgood C. Bla- 

ney, $2,500. 
Special Examiner of Drugs, etc.— 

Erastus Hopkins, $2,500. 
Clerk and Private Secretary— Mrs. A. 

P. Joyce, $1,400. 

NAVAL OFFICE. 

Naval Officer— Jas. O. Lyford, $5,000. 



CUSTOMS DISTRICTS. 



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Deputy Naval Officer— Chas. H. 
Amsden, $2,500. 

STEAM KKVENUE CUTTER "DALLAS." 

First Lieutenant— H. M. Brodbent, 

commanding. 
Second Lieutenant— C. S. Craig. 
Chief Engineer— W. Fed rick. 
Assistant Engineer— E. W. Davis. 

STEAM REVENUE CUTTER "ONONDAGA." 

Captain— David A. Hall. 

First Lieutenant— J. H. Quinan. 

Chief Engineer— J. E. Jeffries. 

STEAM REVENUE CUTTER "MANNING." 

Commander— Capt. W. II. Roberts. 
First Lieutenant— James H. Brown. 
Chief Engineer— E. J. Noouan. 

STEAM REVENUE CUTTER "CHANDLEK." 

Captain— Robert M. Clark. 
Chief Engineer— S. H. Magee. 
Pilot— E. N. Thacher. 

Ports of Entry— Boston and 
Charlestown. 

Ports of Delivery— Cambridge, Co- 
hasset, Dorchester, Hiugliam, 
Medford, Roxbury, Weymouth. 

BARNSTABLE DISTRICT. 

Collector— Thacher T. Hallet, salary, 
fees. 

Special Deputy Collector, Weigher, 
Gauger, etc., John J. Collins. 

Deputy Collectors and Inspectors— 
Erastus T. Bearse, Chatham; 
George A. Baker, Dennis; James 
Otis, Hyannis; Myrick C. At- 
wood, Proviucetown. 

Port of Entry— Barnstable. 

Ports of Delivery— Chatham, Den- 
nis, Hyannis, Provincetown, 
Bourne, Sandwich, Falmouth, 
Harwich Welliieet. 

EDGARTOWN D T STRICT. 

Collector— Chas. H. Mat-, hant, salary 
$250, fees and eoininis. c ions. 

Special Deputy Collects Tohn W. 
Pease, $2 per day. 

Deputy Collector— Lorenzo »'", Luce, 
$2 per day. 

Port of Entry— Edgartown. 

FALL RIVER DISTRICT. 

Collector— John Desmond. 

Deputy Collector— E. T. Marvell. 

Inspector— E. P. Bowen. 

Port of Entry— Fall River. 

I orts of Delivery— Taunton, Dlgh- 
ton, Somerset, Swansea, Free- 
town. 

GLOUCESTER DISTRICT. 

Collector— Frank C. Richardson, $250 
_^ and fees. 

deputy Collector— J. Warren Won- 
n , son, $1,200. 

yierk— Aaron Parsons, $1,000. 
inspectors— Charles O'Brien, Benja- 
min F. Blatchford, Charles II. 



Wonson, Erastus Howes, Mau- 
rice F. Foley and William H. 
Cronin, $3 per day each. 

Port of Entry— Gloucester. 

Ports of Delivery — Manchester 
and Rockport. 

MARBLEHEAD DISTRICT. 

Collector— Charles H. Bateman, sal- 
ary, fees. 

Special Deputy Collector, Inspector, 
Weigher and Gauger— Wm. H. 
Bartoll, $1,000. 

Deputy Collector and Inspector- 
John L. Parker, Lynn, $2 per 
day. 

Port of Entry— Marblehead. 

Port of Delivery— Lynn. 

NANTUCKET DISTRICT. 

Collector— Charles E. Smalley, salary 

$250 and fees. 
Port of Entry— Nantucket. 

NEW BEDFORD DISTRICT. 

Collector— Zephaniah W. Pease, sal- 
ary, fees, not to exceed $3,000. 

Deputy Collector— Edward P. Has- 
kell, $1,500. 

Clerk— John F. Gogsin, $1,000. 

Inspectors— Arthur E. Duffy and Geo. 
S. Anthony, $1,100 each. 

Port of Entry— New Bedford. 

REVENUE STEAMER "DEXTER." 

Headquarters at New Bedford. 
Commander— Capt. W. Hand. 
Second Lieutenants — F. G. Dodge, 

D. F. A. de Otte. 
Chief Engineer— M. T. Chevers. 
Assistant Engineer— H. L. Taylor. 

NEWBURYPORT DISTRICT. 

Collector— Hiram P. Macintosh, sal- 
ary, fees. 

Deputy Collector— Arthur L. Huse, 
$600. 

Port of Entry— Newburyport. 
District includes the cities and 

towns on Merrimac river to the New 

Hampshire line, the port of Ipswich 

and other towns in southeastern and 

northeastern Massachusetts. 

PLYMOUTH DISTRICT. „;.,_; 

Collector— D. W. Andrews, salary 

$150 and fees. 
Deputy Collector— C. R.Wood, $1,000. 
Port of Entry— Plymouth. 

SALEM DISTRICT. 

Collector— Wm. C. Waters, salary, 

fees. 
Deputy Collector — A. Frank Hltch- 

iugs, $4 per day. 
Inspectors— Charles P. Luscomb, 

Wm. L. Sullivan, Wm. P. Moses, 

$3 per day each. 
Port of Entky— Salem. 
Pouts of Delivery— Beverly and 

Danversport- 



UNITED STATES G-OVERNMENT. 



EXECUTIVE. 



President— William McKinley (R), of Ohio; salary, $50,000; term expires 

March 4, 1901. 
Vice-President— Garret A. Hobart (R), of New Jersey; salary, $8,000; term 

expires March 4, 1901. 



CABINET. 

Secretary of State— John Hay (R), of the District of Columbia; salary, 

$8,000. 
Secretary of the Treasury— Lyman J. Gage (R), of Illinois; salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of War— Russell A. Alger (R), of Michigan; salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of the Navy— John D. Long (R), of Massachusetts; salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of the Interior— Ethan Allen Hitchcock (K), of Missouri; salary, 

$8,000. 
Postmaster General— Charles Emory Smith (R), of Pennsylvania; salary, 

$8,000. 
Attorney General— John W. Griggs (R), of New Jersey; salary, $8,000 
Secretary of Agriculture— James Wilson (R), of Iowa; salary, $8,000. 



Treasurer of the United States— Ellis H. Roberts of New York; salary, 
$6,000. 

Superintendent of Census— William R. Merriam, of Minnesota; salary, $0,000. 

Commissioner of Education— William T. Harris of Massachusetts; salary, 
$3,000. 

Commissioner of Pensions— Henry Clay Evans of Tennessee; salary, $0,000. 

Commissioner of Patents— Charles H. Duell, of New York; salary, $5,000. 

Commissioner of Indian Affairs — William A. Jones of Wisconsin; salary. 
$4,000. 

Government Printer— Frank W. Palmer of Illinois; salary, $4,500. 

Commissioner of Labor— Carroll D. Wright of Massachusetts; salary, $5,000. 

Civil Service Commissioners— John Ii. Proctor of Kentucky, John B. Harlow 
of Missouri, Mark S. Brewer of Michigan; salary, $3,500 each. 

Inter-State Commerce Commissioners— Martin A. Knapp of New York, chair- 
man; Judson C. Clements of Georgia, James D. Yeomans of Iowa, 
Charles A. Prouty of Vermont, William J. Calhoun of Illinois; salary, 
$7,000 each. 

Commissioner of Internal Revenue— George W. Wilson of Ohio; salary, 
$6,000. 

Librarian of Congress— Herbert Putnam of Massachusetts; salary, $5,000. 



SENATE. 



The Senate is composed of two members from each State. They are chosen 
by the Legislatures of the several States, for the term of six years, one-third 
being elected biennially. The vice-president of the United .States is president 
of the Senate, in which body he has only a casting vote, which is given in case 
of an equal division of the votes of the senators. In his absence, a president 
pro tempore is chosen from among the senators by the Senate. 

Fifty-sixth Congress— Began March 4. 1809; ends March 4. 1901. 
Salary of Senators and Representatives. $5,000 and twenty cents mileage. 
President of the Senate— The Vice- President, ex-ofhcio. Garret A. Hobart 
of New Jersey. 

Secretary of the Senate— William It. Cox of North Carolina. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 89 

SENATORS. 

Alabama— John T. Morgan (D), 1901, Selma; Edmund W. Fettus (D), 1903, 

Selma. 
Arkansas— J. K. Jones (D), 1903, Washington; J. H. Berry (D), 1901, Benton- 

villo. 
Cat.ifoiinia— G. C. Perkins <R), 1903, Oakland: vacancy. 
Colorado— H. M, Teller (R), 1903, Central City; E. O. Wolcott (R), 1901, 

Denver. 
Connecticut— Joseph R. Hawley (R), 1903, Hartford; O. II. Piatt (R), 1903, 

Meriden. 
Delaware— Richard R. Kenney (D), 1901, Dover: vacancy. 
Florida— James P. Taliaferro (D). 1905, Tampa; Stephen R. Mallory (D). 1903, Pen- 

sacola. 
Georgia— Alexander S. Clay (D), 1903, Marietta; Augustus O. Bacon (D), 

1901, Macon. 
Idaho— Henry Heitfeld (Pop), 1903, Lewiston; George L. Shoup (R), 1901, 

Salmon City. 
Illinois— William E. Mason (R), 1903, Chicago; Shelby M. Cullom (R), 1901, 

Springfield. 
Indiana— Charles W. Fairbanks <R), 1903, Indianapolis; Albert J. Beveridge 

(R), 1905, Indianapolis. 
Iowa— William B. Allison (R), 1903, Dubuque; John H. Geer (R), 1901, Bur- 
lington. 
Kansas— William A. Harris (R), 1903, Lin wood; Lucien Baker (R), 1901, 

Leavenworth. 
Kentucky— William Lindsay (D), 1901, Frankfort; William J. Deboe (R), 

1903, Marion. 
Louisiana — Samuel D. McEnery (D), 1903, New Orleans; Donelson Caffery (D), 

1901. Franklin. 
Maine— Eugene Hale (It), 1905, Ellsworth; William P. Frye (R), 1901, 

Lewiston. 
Maryland- Geo r<re L. Wellington (R), 1903, Cumberland; Louis E. McComas 

(R), 1905, Hagerstown. 
Massachusetts— Henry Cabot Lodge (R), 1905, Nahant; George F. Hoar (R), - 

1901, Worcester. } 

Michigan— Julius C. Burrows (R), 1905, Kalamazoo; James McMillan (R), 

1901, Detroit. 
Minnesota— Cushman K. Davis (R), 1905, St. Paul; Knute Nelson (II), 1901, 

Alexandria. 
Mississippi— Hernando DeS. Money (D), 19C5, Carrollton; .*William V. Sulli- 
van (D), Oxford. 
Missouri— George G. Vest (D), 1903, Kansas City; Francis M.. Cockrell (D), 

1905, Warrensburg. * [ 

Montana— William A. Clark (D), 1905. Butte; Thomas H. Carter (R), 1901, 

Helena. \ 

Nebraska— Monroe L. Hayward (R), 1905, Nebraska City; John M. Thurston 

(R), 1901, Omaha. ; ' 

Nevada— John P. Jones (R), 1903, Gold Hill; William M. Stewart (R), 1905, 

Virginia City. 
New Hampshire— Jacob H. Gallinger (R), 1903, Concord; William E. Chandler 

(R), 1901, Concord. \ 

New Jersey— John Kean (R), 1905, Elizabeth; William J. Sewell (R), 1901, 

Camden » 

New York— Thomas C. Piatt (R), 1903, Oswego; Chauncey M. Depew (R), 

1905, New York. } 

North Carolina— J. C. Pritchard (R), 1903, Marshall; Marion Butler (Pop), 
v , 1901, Elliot. ; 

North Dakota— Henry C. Hansbrough (R), 1903, Devil's Lake; Porter J. Me- 

Cumber (R), 1905. Wahpeton. [ 

Ohio— J. B. Foraker (R), 1903, Cincinnati: Marcus A. Hanna (R), 1905, Cleve- 
land. 
Oregon— George W. McBride (R), 1901, St. Helens; Joseph Simon (R), 1903, 

Portland. 
Pennsylvania— Boies Penrose (R), 1903, Philadelphia; vacancy. 
Rhode Island— Nelson W. Aldrich (R), 1905, Providence; George P. Wet- 
_, more (R), 1901, Newport. 
><>uth Carolina— John I,. McLaurln (D). 1903, Bennettsville; Benjamin R. 

Tillman (D), 1901, Trenton. 
oouth Dakota— James H. Kyle (Ind), 1903, Aberdeen; Richard F. Pettlgrew 

(R), 1901, Sioux Falls. 

Temporary appointment by the governor of MiasiesippI, vice E. C. Walthall, deceased. / 



90 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Tennessee— William R. Bate (D), 1905, Nashville; Thomas B. Turley (D), 

1901. Memphis. 
Texas— Charles A. Culberson (D), 1905, Dallas; Horace Chilton (D), 1901. 

Tyler. 
Utah— Joseph L. Rawlins (D), 1903, Salt Lake; vacancy. 
Vermont— * Jonathan Ross (R), St. Johnsbury; Redrield Proctor (R), 1905, 

Proctor. 
Virginia— John W. Daniel (D). 1905, Lynchburg; Thomas S. Martin (D), 1901, 

Scottsville. 
Washington— George Turner (Peo), 1903, Spokane; Addison G. Foster (R), 

1905, Taco'ma. 
West Virginia— Nathan B. Scott (R), 1905, Wheeling; Stephen B. Elkins (R), 

1901, Elkins. 
Wisconsin— John C. Spooner (R), 1903, Madison; Joseph V. Quarles (R), 1905, 

Milwaukee. 
Wyoming— Clarence D. Clark (R), 1905, Evanstou; Francis -E. Warren (R), 

1901, Cheyenne. 
Republicans (R), 48; Democrats (D), 32; Populists (Pop), 5; Independents 

(Ind), 3; Silver Party 1; vacancy 1; Total, 90. 

♦Temporary appointment by the governor, vice Justin S. Morrill, deceased. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



The House of Representatives is composed of members from the several 
States, elected by the people in separate districts composed of contiguous ter- 
ritory, for the term of two years. The Representatives are apportioned among 
the different States according to population. 



ALABAMA. 

DisL Name. Residence. 

1 George W. Taylor (D), Demopolis 

2 Jesse F. Stallings (D), Greenville 

3 Henry D. Clayton (D), Eufaula 

4 Gaston A. Kobbius (D), Selma 

5 Willis Brewer (D), Hayneville 

6 John B. Bankhead (D), Fayette 

7 John L. Burnett (D), Gadsden 

8 Joseph Wheeler (D), Wheeler 

9 O. W. Underwood (D), Birmingham | 

ARKANSAS. 
1 P.D.McCullouch, Jr. (D), Marianna 



2 John S. Little (D). 

3 Thos. C. McRae (D), 

4 Wm. L. Terry (D), 

5 H. A. Dinsmore (D), 

6 Stephen Brundige, Jr. 



Greenwood 

Prescott 

Little Rock 

Fayetteville 

(D), Searcy 



CALIFORNIA. 

1 John A. Barham (R), Santa Rosa 

2 Marion De Vries (D), Stockton 

3 Victor Metcalf (R), Oakland 

4 Julius Kahn (11), San Francisco 

5 E. F. Loud (R), San Francisco 



t> Russell J. Waters (It), Los Ai 



M< 



geles 

iles to 



Denver 
Montrose 



7 Jas. C. Needhani (It), 
COLORADO. 

1 John F. Shafroth (R), 

2 John C. Bell (Pop.), 

CONNECTICUT. 

1 E. Stevens nenry (R), Roekville 

2 N. D. Sperry (R), New Haven 

3 Charles A. Russell (R). Klllingly 

4 Ebenezer J. Hill (R), Norwalk 

DELAWARE. 
John H. Hoffecker (It), Smyrna 



FLORIDA. 

Dist. Name. Residence. 

1 Stephen M. Sparkman (D), Tampa 

2 Robert W. Davis (D), Palatka 

GEORGIA. 

1 Rufus E. Lester (D), 

2 James M. Griggs (D), 

3 Elijah B. Lewis (D), 

4 Wm. C. Adamson (D), 

5 Leonidas F. Livingston (D), Kings 

6 Charles L. Bartlett (D), Macon 

7 JohnW. Maddox (D), Rome 

8 Wm. M. Howard (D), Lexington 

9 Parish Carter Tate (D), Jasper 

10 Wm. H. Fleming (D), Augusta 

11 Wm. G. Brantley (D), Brunswick 

IDAHO. 

Edgar Wilson (Silver), 



Savannah 

Dawson 

Montezuma 

Carrollton 



Buise 



ILLINOIS. 

James R. Mann (It), 

William Lorimer (It), 

George P. Foster (D), 

Thomas Cusack (D), 

Edward T. Noonan "(D) 

Henry S. Boutell (R), 

George E. Foss (It), 

Albert J. Hopkins (It), 

Robert R. Hitt (It), Mount Morris 

George W. Prince (It), Galesburg 

Walter Reeves (It), Streator 

Joseph G. Cannon (It), Danville 

Vespasian Warner (It), 

Joseph V. Graff (It), 

Benjamin F. Marsh (It), 

Wm. E. Williams <D», 

Ben F. Caldwell (D), 

Thomas M. Jett (D), 

Joseph B. Crowley (D), 

Jaiio-s It. Williams (D). 

W. A. Itodenberg (It), E. 



Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Aurora 



Clinton 

l'< >kin 

Warsaw 

Pittstield 

Chatham 

Hillsboro 

Robinson 

Carmi 

St. Louis 



Geo. W. Smith (It), Murphysboro 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



91 



INDIANA. 

Dl3t. Name. Residence. 

1 Jas. A. Hemeuway (It), Booneville 

2 Robert W. Miera (D), Bloomington 

3 William T. Zonor (D), Corydon 

4 Francis M. Griffith (D), Vevay 

5 George W. Fails (It), Terre Haute 

6 James E. AVatson (R), Rushville 

7 Jesse Overstreet (R), Indianapolis 

8 George W. Cromer ill), fctuncie 

9 Charles B. Landis (R), Delphi 

10 E. D. Crumpacker (R). Valparaiso 

11 George W. Steele (R), Marlon 

12 Jas. M. Robinson (D), Ft. Wayne 

13 Abram L. Brick (R), South Bend 

IOWA. 

1 Thomas Hedge (R), Burlington 

2 Joe R. Lane (It), Davenport 

3 David B. Henderson (R), Dubutjue 

4 Gilbert N. Haugen (II), Northwood 

5 Robert G. Cousins (R), Tipton 

6 John F. Lacey (It), Oskaloosa 

7 John A. T. Hull (it), Des Moines 

8 William P. Hepburn (R), Clarinda 

9 Smith McPherson (R), Redoak 

10 Jonathan P. Dolliver (R), Ft. Dodge 

11 Lot Thomas (It), Storm Lake 

KANSAS. 
At Large — W. J. Bailey (It), Bailey ville 

1 Charles Curtis (It), Topeka 

2 J. D. Bowersoek (It), Lawrence 

3 E. R. Ridgely (Pop.), - Pittsburg 

4 J. M. Miller (It), Council Grove 

5 W. A. Caklerhead (It), Marysville 

6 W. A. Rceder (It), Loyun 

7 C. I. Long (It), Medicine Lodge 

KENTUCKY. 

1 Chas. K. Wheeler (D), Paducah 

2 Henry D. Allen (D), Morgan field 

3 John S. Rhea (D Pop), Russellville 

4 David H. Smith (D), Hodgensville 



5 Oscar Turner (D>, 

6 Albert S. Berry (D), 

7 Evan E. Settle (D), 

8 G. G. Gilbert (D), 

9 Samuel J. Pugh (It), 



Louisville 
Newport 
Owen ton 

Slielbyviile 
Vanceburg 



JO T. Y. Fitzpatrick (D), Prestonburg 
11 Vincent Boering (R), London 

LOUISIANA. 

1 Adolph Meyer (D), New Orleans 

2 Robert C. Davey (D), New Orleans 

3 R. F. Broussard (D), New- Iberia 

4 Phauor Brazeale (D), Natchitoches 

5 Samuel T. Baird (D), Bastrop 

6 S. M. Robertson (D), Baton Rouge 

MAINE. 

1 Thomae B. Reed (R), Portland 

2 Vacancy 

3 Edwin C. Burleigh (R), Augusta 

4 Charles A. Boutelle (R), Bangor 

MARYLAND. 

1 John Walter Smith (D), Snow Hill 

i William B. Baker (R), Aberdeei 

3 Frank C. Wachter (It), Baltimore 

4 James W. Denny (D), Baltimore 

5 Sydney E. Mudd (It), Laplatit 
George A. Pearre (It), Cumberland ' 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Dlst. Name. Residence. 

1 Geo. P. Lawrence (R), No. Adams 

2 Fred'k H. Gillett (R), Springfield 

3 John It. Thayer (I>), . Worcester 

4 G. W. Weymouth (It), Fitchburg 

5 William S. Knox (R), Lawrence 

6 William II. Moody (R), Haverhill 

7 Ernest W. Roberts (It), Chelsea 

8 Sam'l W. McCall (R), Winchester 

9 John F. Fitzgerald (D), Boston 

10 Henry F. Naphen (D), Boston 

11 Charles F. Sprague (R), Brookllne 

12 William C. Lovering (it), Taunton 

13 Win. S. Greene (It), Fall River 

MICHIGAN. 

1 John B. Corliss (It), Detroit 

2 Henry C. Smith (It), Adrian 

3 Washington Gardner (It), Albion 

4 Edward L. Hamilton (It), Nlles 

5 Win. A. Smith (It), Grand Rapids 
G Samuel W. Smith (R), Pontiac 

7 Edgar Weeks (lit, Mt. Clemens 

8 J. W. Fordney (It), Saginaw 

9 Roswell P. Bishop (R), Ludington 

10 R. O. Crump (It), West Bay City 

11 Wm. S. Mesick (It), Mancelona 

12 Carlos D. Shelden (R), Houghton 

MINNESOTA. 

1 James A. Tawuey (R), Winona 

2 James T. McCleary (R), Mankato 

3 Joel P. Heatwole (R), Northtield 

4 Frederick C. Stevens (R), St. Paul 

5 Loren Fletcher (It), Minneapolis 

6 Page Morris (It), Duluth 

7 Frank M. Eddy (R), Glenwood 

. MISSISSIPPI. 

1 John M. Allen (D), Tupelo 

-Z Thomas Spight (D), Ripley 

3 Thos. C. Catehings (D), Vicksburg 

4 Andrew F. Fox (D). West Point 

5 John S. Williams (D), Yazoo 
ft Frank A. McLain (D), Gloster 
7 Patrick Henry (D), Brandon 

MISSOURI. 

1 Jas. T. Lloyd (D), Slielbyviile 

2 Wm. W. Rucker iD), Keytesville 

3 John Dougherty (1>>, Liberty 

4 Chas. F. Cochran (D), St. Joseph 

5 Wm. S. Cowherd (D), Kansas City 
fi David A. Do Armond (D), Butler 

7 James Cooney (D), Marshall 

8 Richard P. Bland (Sil D), Lebanon 

9 Champ Clark (D), Bowling Green 

10 Richard Bartholdt (R), St. Louis 

11 Charles F. Joy (It), St. Louis 

12 Charles E. Pearee (R), St. Louis 

13 Edward ltobb (D), Perryvllle 

14 Willard D. Vandiver (D), 

Cape Girardeau 

15 M. E. Benton (D), Neosho 



MONTANA 
A. J. Campbell (D), 



Butte 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



NEBRASKA. 

Dist. Name. 

1 E. J. Burkett (R), 

2 David H. Mercer (R), 

3 John S. Robinson (D), 

4 William L. Stark (Pop.), 

5 R. D. Sutherland (Pop), 

6 Vacancy 

NEVADA. 
F. G. Newlands (Sil D), 



NEW HAMPSHIRE.. 



Residence. 

Lincoln 

Omaha 

Madison 

Aurora 

Nelson 



Reno 



1 C. A. Sulloway (R), Manchester 

2 Frank G. Clarke (R), Peterboro 

NEW JERSEY. 

1 H. C. L. Loudenslager (R), 

Paulsboro 

2 John J. Gardner (R). Atlantic City 

3 B. F. Howell (R), New Brunswick 

4 Joshua S. Salmon. (D), Booriton 

5 James F. Stewart (R). Paterson 

6 Richard W. Parker (R), Newark 

7 William D. Daly (D>, Hoboken 

8 Charles N. Fowler (R), Elizabeth 



NEW YORK. 

T. B. Scudder (D>. Glenhoad 

John J. Fitzgerald (D). Brooklyn 
Edmund H. Dricr-s (D), Brooklyn 
Betram T. Clavton (D), Brooklyn 
Frank E. Wilson (D), Brooklyn 

Mitchell May (D). Brooklyn 

Nicholas Muller (D>. New York 
Daniel J. Riordan (D^. Now York 
Thomas J. Bradley (D). New York 
Amos J. Curnmimrs <IM, New York 
William Sulzer (D), New York 

Geo. B. McCIellan (D). New York 
Jefferson M. Levy ilM, New York 
Wm. A. Chanler (Dt. Now York 
Jacob Ruppert. Jr.. iPi. Now York 
J. 0. Underbill <Di. New Rochelle 
Arthur S. Tompkins iD). Nyack 
J. H. Ketchain (R). Dover Plains 
Aaron V. S. Cochrane (R), Hudson 
Martin H. Glynn (IM, Albany 

John K. Stewart (It). Amsterdam 
L. N. Littauer (R), Gloversville 
L. W. Emerson (R). Warrensburg 
C. A. Checkering (R). Copenhagen 



James S. Sherman (R), Utiea 

George W. Rav (R). Norwich 

Michael E. Driscoll HI), Syracuse 
Sereno E. Pavne (R). Auburn 

Charles W. Gillett (R), Addison 
Jas. W. Wadsworth (R), Geneseo 
Jas. M. E. O'Grndy tlti. Rochester 
Win. II. Ryan (IM. Buffalo 

De Alva S. Alexander (R). Buffalo 
Warren B. Hooker <R), Fredonia 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

1 John H. Small (Di. Washington 

2 George H. White (R). Tarboro 

3 Charles R. Thomas (D), Newberu 

4 John W. Atwater (D), Kialto 



Dist. Name. Residence. 

5 Wm. W. Kitchin (D), Roxboro 

6 John D. Bellamy (IM, Wilmington 

7 Theo. F. Kluttz (D), Salisbury. 

8 R. Z. Linney (R), Taylorsville 

9 Wm. T. Crawford (D).W.iynesville 



NORTH DAKOTA. 
B. F. Spalding (R), 

OHIO. 



Fargo 



1 Wm. B. Shattuc (R). Madisonville 

2 Jacob H. Bromwell (It), Cincinnati 

3 John L. Brenner (D), Dayton 

4 Robt. B. Gordon (R), St. Mary's 

5 David Meekison (D), Napoleon 

6 Seth W. Brown (R), Lebanon 

7 Walter L. Weaver (R), Sprinjrfield 

8 Archibald Lvbrand (R), Delaware 

9 James H. Southard (R), Toledo 

10 Stephen R. Morgan (It), Oak Hill 

11 Chas. H. Grosvenor (R), Athens 

12 John J. Lentz (D), Columbus 

13 James A. Norton (D), Titrin 

14 Winfield S. Kerr (R), Mansrleld 

15 H. C. Van Voorhis (R), Zanesville 

16 L. Danford (R), St. Clairsville 

17 J. A. McDowell (D), Millersburg 

18 Robert W. Tayler (R), Lisbon 

19 Charles Dick iR). Akron 

20 Fremont O. Phillips (R), Medina 

21 Theodore E. Burton (R), Cleveland 

OREGON. 

1 Thomas H. Tongue (R), Hillsboro 

2 M. A. Moody til), The Dalles 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

At Large — G. A. Grow (R), Glenwood 
At Large— S. A. Davenport (R), Erie 

1 H. H. Bingham (R), Philadelphia 

2 Robt. Adams. Jr. (R), Philadelphia 

3 Wni. McAleer (D), Philadelphia 

4 Jas. R. Young (R), Philadelphia 

5 A. C. Harmer (R), Philadelphia 

6 T. S. Butler (R), West Chester 

7 Irving P. Wanger (R), Norristown 

8 L. H. Barber (D). Maueh Chunk 

9 Daniel Ermentrout (D), Reading 

10 Marriott Brosius (R), Lancaster 

11 William Connell (It)-, Scranton 

12 S. W. Davenport (D), Plymouth 

13 James W. Rvan (D), Pottsville 

14 M. E. Olmstead (R), Harrisburg 

15 ('has. F. Wright (R), Susquehanna 

16 Horace B. Packer (R), Wellsboro 

17 Rufus K. IN.lk (D), Danville 
IS T. M. Mahon (R), Chambersburg 

19 Edw. D. Zie-lor (D>, York 

20 Joseph E. Thropp (R), Everett 

21 Summers M. Jack (II), Indiana 

22 John Dalzell (R), Pittsburg 
2:5 Wm. II. Graham (R), Allegheny 
24 E. F. Achesou (II), Washington 
2f» Joseph B. Showalter (R), Chieora 

26 Athelston Gaston (D), Meadville 

27 Joseph C. Sibley (1m, Franklin 

28 James K. P. Hall (D), Ridgway 



I 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



RHODE ISLAND 

Dist. Name. 

1 Melville Bull (It), 



Residence. 

Mlddletown 

2 Adin B. Capron (R), Sinithfleld 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

1 William Elliott (D), Beaufort 

2 W. Jasper Talbert (D), Parksvllle 

3 Asbury C. Latimer (D), Belton 

4 S. Wilson (D), Spartanburg 

5 D. E. Finley (D), Yorkville 

6 James Norton (D), Mullins 

7 J. Wm, Stokes (D), Orangeburg 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



At Large — R. 
At Large— C. 



J. Gamble (It), Yankton 
H. Burke (It), Pierre 



TENNESSEE. 

1 W. P. Brownlow (P R), Jonesboro 

2 Henry R. Gibson (It), Knoxville 

3 John A. Moon (Pop), Chattanooga 

4 Chas. E. Snodgrass (I>>, Crossville 

5 J.D.Richardson (D), Murfreesboro 

6 John W. Gaines (D), Nashville 

7 Nicholas N. Cox (D), Franklin 

8 Thetus W. Sims (D), Linden 

9 Rice A. Pierce (D), Union City 
10 E. W. Carmack (D), Memphis 

TEXAS. 

1 Thomas H. Ball (D), Huntsville 

2 Samuel B.. Cooper (D), Woodville 

3 R. C. de Graffenried (D), Longview 

4 John L. Sheppard (D), Texarkana 

5 Joseph W. Bailey (D), Gainesville 
C Robert E. Burke (D), Dallas 

7 Robert L. Henry (D), Waco 

8 S. W. T. Lanham (D), Weatherford 

9 Albert S. Burleson (D), Austin 

10 R. B. Hawley (R), Galveston 

11 Rudolph Kleberg (D), Cuero 
1^ Jas. L. Slayden (R), San Antonio 
13 John H. Stevens (D), Vernon 

UTAH. 

Krlghani H. Roberts (D), Centerville 

VERMONT. 

1 H. Henry Powers (R), Morrisville 
- William W. Grout (It), Barton 



U. S. TREASURY. 

60-65 Post Office Building, Boston. 

Assistant Treasurer— George A. Mar- 
den. 

Chief Clerk— Edward L. Potter. 

special Agents, Treasury Dept. (Cus- 
toms Div.), 85 Post Office building. Con- 
verse J. Smith in charge; Fred W. 
Hentz. 

Inspectors— Aaron Young, T. H. O'Neil, 
il , • ^tone special employee, William 
F Uunn. 



VIRGINIA. 

Dist. Name. 

1 William A. Jones (D), 

2 William A. Young (D), 

3 John Lamb (D), 

4 Sydney P. Epes (D), 

5 Claude A. Svvanson (D) 
G Peter J. Otey (D), 

7 James Hav (D), 

8 John F. Itixey (D), 
I) Wm. F. Khea (D), 

K) J. M. Quarles (D), 

WASHINGTON. 

At Large— W. L. Jones (It), Yakima 
At Large— F. W. Cushman (It). 

Tacoma 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

1 B. B. Dovener (R), Wheeling 

2 Alston G. Dayton (It), Philippi 

3 David E. Johnston (D), Bluefield 

4 It. H. Freer (It), Harrisville 



93 



• Residence. 

Warsaw 

Norfolk 

Richmond 

Blackstone 

, Chatham 

Lynchburg 

Madison 

Brandy 

Bristol 

Staunton 



WISCONSIN. 



1 Henry A. Cooper (R), Racine 

2 Herman B. Dahle (It). Mt. Horeb 

3 Joseph W. Babcoek (R), Necedah 

4 Theobold Otjen (It). Milwaukee 

5 Samuel S. Barney (It). West Bend 
G James H. Davidson (It), Oshkosh 

7 John J. Esch (It), La Crosse 

8 E. S. Minor (R), Sturgeon Bay 

9 Alexander Stewart (R), Wausau 
10 John J. Jenkins (R), 

Chippewa Falls 

WYOMING. 

At Large— F. W.'Mondell (R), 

Newcastle 

TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 
ARIZONA. 

J. F. Wilson (D), Prescott 

NEW MEXICO. 

Pedro Perea (It), Bernalillo 

OKLAHOMA. 

Dennis T. Flynn (R), Guthrie 

Republicans (It), 184; Democrats 
(D). 164: Populists (Pop.), 4; Silver- 
ites, 3. Total. 337. 



U. S. PENSION AGENCY. 

Pension Agent — A. J. Hoitt. 

Chief Clerk- C. L. Huckel. 

Examining Surgeons (1st Board) --Pre*., 
Edward M. Harding: Sec, William E. 
Brandt; Treas., L. H. Collier. Office. 
132 Post Office building. 

2d Hoard— Pr<s., Joseph D. Couch: 
Sec, Charles II. Winn : Treas.. Daniel E. 
Millerick. Office, IK Kneelaud street. 

Special Examiners for Boston — C. R. 
Boorom and Charles Fairbanks. Office\ 
iril Post'.Oltlce building. 



94 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE. 

Office, 67 Post Office Building, Boston. 

Third Collection District — In- 
cludes entire State of Massachusetts. 

Collector— James D. Gill. Springfield. 

Chief Deputy— O. M. Hamilton, Boston. 

Deputy Collectors— George W. Barrett, 
Boston; Horace A. Gray, Cambridge; 
Thomas Keefe, Melrose Highlands; 
Charles A. Davis. Roxbury; Willis 
L. Hidden, Dorchester; R. F. McCrillis, 
Methuen; Arthur F. Moody. Lynn; 
Charles T. Smith. New Bedford: Oscar 
J. Winslow, Worcester; E. L. Kirtland, 
Holyoke; Frank B. Cook, Pittsfield; 
George G- Russell, Boston; August T. 
Sweat, Boston; Arthur W. Rigby. Mel- 
rose Highlands; A. L. Carpenter, Taun- 
ton: Frank E. Hatch, Fitchburg: John 
Early, Newton Lower Palls; Orr N. 
Towne. Somerville. 

Storekeepers— John B. Blake. Samuel 
S. Whitney, Edward M. Donnelly, M. J. 
Tierney, T. T. Ferguson. F. J. Donovan, 
W. A. Waugh, James T. Foley. G. W. 
Warren, Patrick F. Mahoney, Thomas 
Mooney. 

Gaugers—F. A. Marsh. Horace E. Mun- 
roe, M. J. Henrity, E. B. Powers, Hugh 
McLaughlin, Henry V. Slack, Philip C. 
Mason, L. T. Averill, Josiah F. Kimball, 
Daniel A. Whelton, D. J. McGrath, Al- 
bert J. Lynch. 

THOSE WHO ARE SUBJECT TO 

THE SPECIAL TAX, 

Which must be paid before beginning 

business and before July 1 each year. 

SPIRITS. 

Rectifiers of less than 500 barrels, $100 
Rectifiers of 500 barrels or more, 200 
Liquor dealers, retail, '$25; whole- 
sale, 100 
Manufacturers of stills. 50 
Stills or worms, manufactured, 

each, 20 

FERMENTED LIQUORS. 

Brewers, annual manufacture less 

than 500 barrels. - $50 

Brewers, annual manufacture not 

less than 500 barrels. 100 

Dealers in malt liquors, retail, $20; 

wholesale, 50 

OLEOMARGARINE. 

Dealers in oleomargarine, retail, 

$48; wholesale, $-180 

Manufacturers of oleomargarine, 

per annum, 600 



FILLED CnEESE. 

Manufacturers of filled cheese, 
Dealers in filled cheese, 

TOBACCO. 

Dealers in leaf tobacco, sales not 

exceeding soo.uoo lbs., 
Dealers in leaf tobacco, sales over 

50,000 lbs. and not exceeding 

KO.OOOlbs., 



400 
250 



Dealers in leaf tobacco, sales over 

100,000 lbs., 
Manufacturers of tobacco, annual 

sales not exceeding 50,000 lbs.. 
Manufacturers of tobacco, annual 

sales over 50,000 lbs. and not 

exceeding 100.000 lbs., 
Manufacturers of tobacco, annual 

sales over 100,000, 

CIGARS. 

Manufacturers of cigars, not ex- 
ceeding 100,000 cigars, 

Manufacturers of cigars, over 100,- 
000 cigars and not exceeding 
200,000, 

Manufacturers of cigars, over 200,- 
000 cigars. 

Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 
snuff and cigars, annual sales 
not exceeding 50,000 lbs., 

BANKERS AND BROKERS. 

Bankers with a capital of $25,000, 
And for each additional $1,000 
of capital, 

Brokers, 

Pawn brokers. 

Commercial brokers, 

Custom House broker, 

FLOUR. 

Manufacturers and packers of 
mixed flour, 

AMUSEMENTS. 

Proprietor or lessee of a theatre, 
museum, or concert hall, in a 
city of over 25.000 inhabitants, 

Proprietor of circus, 

Proprietor of any other show or 
exhibition, 

Proprietor of a billiard room or 
bowling alley, for each table or 
alley, " 



24 



24 



50 



U. S. CIVIL SERVICE EX- 
AMINERS. 

Chairman and Secretary— Edward E. 
Stebbins. 

Members of the Board — Joseph F. 
Noone, Royal E. Blake, James T. A. 
Lewis, Abbie F. Littlefield. Daniel S. 
Knowlton, and Helen M. Yeomans. 

Examiners for Boston. Salem and 
Marblehead custom services, custodian 
service for Boston, Lynn and Salem, 
internal revenue service at Boston, and 
all classified post offices within a radius 
of twenty miles of Boston, including 
Boston. 



U. S. ARMY OFFICES. 

Quartermaster's office and Subsist- 
ence office, 170 Summer street, Major J. 
McE. Hyde. 

Paymaster's office, 170 Summer street, 
Major J. B. Houston. 

Engineer's office (fortifications and 
harbor improvements), 7 Water street, 
Colonel Charles R. Suter. 



2 


i 


50 




20 




20 


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■- 1 


10 


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§?] 


12 


■ 






100 




100 


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FOREIGN CONSULS. 



95 



EXECUTIVE HEADS OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS. 



Republic — Presldent.Uri- 



Francis 



Fernan- 

Pereira, 
Earl of 



Argentine 

bum. 
Austria-Hungary— Emperor, 

Joseph I. 
Belgium— King, Leopold II. 
Bolivia— President, Severs 

dez Alonzo. 
Brazil— President, Vlctorlno 
Canada— Governor-General, 

Minto. 

Chili— President, Frederico Errazuriz. 
China— Emperor, Kuang Hsu. 
Colombia— President, Gen. Qulnto 

Calderon. 
Costa Rica— President, Rafael Igle- 

sias. 
Denmark— King. Christian IX. 
Ecuador— President, Eloy Alfaro. 
Egypt— Khedive, Abbas II. 
France— President, M. Loubet. 
Germany— Emperor, William II. 
Greece— George I. 
Guatemala— President, Jose Maria 

Reina Barrios. 
Hawaii— Chief Executive, Sanford B. 

Dole. 
Haytl— President, General Tlreslas 

Simon Sam. 
Holland and the Netherlands— Queen, 

Wilhelmina. 



Honduras— Pipllcarpo Bonllla. 
Italy— King, Humbert I. 
Japan — Emperor, Mutsu Hlto. 
Liberia— President, "Win. D. Colman. 
Mexico — President, Porlirio Diaz. 
Morocco — Sultan, Mulln Abdul Aziz. 
Nicaragua— President, Sr. Don Jose 

Santos Zelaya. 
Norway and Sweden— King, Oscar II. 
Orange Free State— President, M. T. 

Steyn. 
Paraguay— President, Senor Egus- 

guiza. 
Persia— The Shah, Muzeffer ed-DIne. 
Peru — President, Nicolas de Plerola. 
Portugal— King, Carlos I. 
Roumanla — King, Charles I. 
Russia— Czar, Nicholas II. 
Santo Domingo — President, Ullses 

Heureaux. 
San Salvador— President, Rafael A. 

Gutierrez. 
Servia— King, Alexander I. 
Siam— King, Khoulalonkorn I. 
Spain— King, Alfonso XIII. 
Switzerland— President, E. Ruffy. 
Turkey— Sultan, Abdul Humid II. 
Uruguay— President, Jose Cuestas. 
Venezuela— President, General An- 

drade. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



ALL RESIDING 

Argentina— Wm. McKissook. Consul. 

Austria-Hungary— Arthur Donner, ** 

Belgium— E. S. Mansfield, Consul. 

Bolivia— W. H. Bowdlear, Consul. 

Brazil— Viscount de Valle da Costa 
(vice), James M. D'Almeida, Com. 
Agent. 

Colombia— H. J. Vargas, Consul. 

Chile— Horaclo N. Fisher, Consul. 

Costa Rica— Jos. J. Corbett, Consul. 

Denmark— Gustaf Lundberg, Consul. 

Dominican Republic— Edwin M. Fowle, 
Commercial Agent. 

Ecuador— Gustavo Preston, Consul. 

b ranee— Duncan B. Blanchard. Con- 
sular Agent. 

Germany— Arthur J. Donner, Consul. 

Great Britain— Sir Dominic E. Col- 
naghl, Consul. 

Greece— Demosthenes Th. Timayenls, 
Consul. 

Guatemala— B. Preston Clark, Consul. 

Haytl— Benjamin C. Clark, Consul. 



IN BOSTON. 

Hawaii— Gorham D. Gllman, Consul 
General. 

Italy— Rocco Biindlsl, Consular Agent. 

Liberia— »C. H. Adams, Consul Gen'l. 

Mexico — Arthur P. Gushing, Consul. 

Netherlands — C. V. Dasey, Consul. 

Nicaragua — A. P. Gushing, Acting 
Consul. 

Peru— Mateo Crosby, Consul. 

Portugal— Viscount do Valle da Costa, 
Consul. 
Jayme Mackay d'Almeida, Vice- 
Consul. 
Antonio Zerbone, Vice-Consul (New 
Bedford). 

Russia— C. F. Wyman, Vice-Consul. 

Spain— Manuel Garcia Cruz, Consul. 

Sweden and Norway — Gjert Lootz, 
Vice-Consul. 

Turkey— Vacant. 

Uruguay— Arthur Carroll. Vice-Consul. 

Venezuela— W. B. Maekie, Vice Con- 
sul. 



U. S. LIGHT-HOUSE DISTRICTS. 



Second District — Extends from 
Hampton harbor, N. H., to (but 
does not Include) Elisha ledge, off 
VSarren Point, It. I.; covers the 
coast of Massachusetts, except a 
8 . L Portion of Narragansett bay 
»nd Taunton river, 
inspector — Commander J. R. Self- 

"«ge, U. S. N, Post Office Building, 

"oston. 

Engineer —Major W. S. Stanton. U. 
»• A., Jeweller's Building, 371 Wash- 
' n Kton street, Boston. 



Third District— Extends from Eli- 
sha ledge, off "Warren Point, R. I., 
to a point opposite the mouth of 
Shrewsbury river, N. J.; covers the 
sea and Sound coasts of Rhode Isl- 
and, Connecticut, New York, Narra- 
gansett and New York bays, and 
Taunton, Providence and Hudson 
rivers, etc. 

Inspector — Captain E. M. Shepard, 
U. S. N., Staten Island. N. Y. 

Engineer— Lieut. -Colonel D. P. Heap, 
U. S. A., Tompklnsvllle. Staten Isl- 
and, N. Y. 



96 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



TOWNS AND CITIES IN ORDER OF POPULATION. 

Census 1895. 



1 Boston, 496.920 

2 Worcester, 98,767 

3 Fall River, 89,203 

4 Lowell, 84,367 

5 Cambridge, 81.643 

6 Lynn, 62.334 

7 NewBedf'd,55,251 

8 Somerville, 52,200 

9 Lawrence, 52.164 
10 Springfield, 51,522 



11 Holyoke, 

12 Salem, 

13 Brockton, 

14 Chelsea, 

15 Haverhill, 

16 Maiden, 



40,322 
34,473 
33,165 
31.264 
30,209 
29.708 



17 Gloucester, 28,211 



18 Newton, 

19 Taunton, 

20 Fitchburg, 

21 Waltham, 

22 Quincy, 

23 Pittsfield, 

24 N. Adams, 

25 Everett, 



27.590 
27,115 
26,409 
20,876 
20.712 
20,461 
19,135 
18,573 



26 N'thampt'n, 16,746 



16.420 
16.164 
14,977 
14.552 
14.474 
14,178 
11.965 



27 Chicopee 

28 Brookline, 

29 Marlboro, 

30 Newb'vp't 

31 Medford, 

32 Woburn, 

33 Melrose, 

34 Hyde Park, 11.826 

35 Beverly, 11,806 

36 Clinton, 11,497 

37 Weymouth, 11.291 

38 Westneld, 10,663 

39 Peabody, 10.507 

40 Amesbury, 9,986 

41 Fr'mingh'm, 9.512 

42 Leominster, 9.211 

43 Gardner, 9,182 

44 Milford, 8.959 

45 Natick, 8,814 

46 Wakefield, 8,304 

47 Attleboro, 8,288 

48 Southbridge, 8.250 

49 Danvers, 8,1*1 

50 Plymouth, 7.957 

51 Adams, 7,837 

52 Webster, 7,799 

53 Watertown, 7,7*8 

54 Marblehead, 7,671 

55 Ware, 

56 Spencer, 

57 Revere, 

58 Athol, 

59 Dedham, 

60 Palmer, 

61 Middleboro, 0.6K9 

62 N. Attleboro, 6.576 

63 Arlington, 6,515 

64 Stoneham, 6,284 

65 Greenfield, 6,229 

66 Winchester, 6.150 

67 Andover, 6.1 15 

68 W.Sp'gfleld, 6,123 

69 Montague, 6,o3* 

70 Blacks tone, 6,039 

71 Whitman, 5,741 

72 Methuen, 5,090 



7,651 
7,614 
7,423 
7.304 
7.211 
6.*3* 



73 Rockland, 5 

74 Milton. 5 

75 Orange, 5 

76 Braintree, 5 

77 Hudson. 5 

78 Rockport, 5 

79 Northbridge.5 

80 Stoughton, 5 

81 Westboro, 5 

82 Millbury 

83 Concord, 5 

84 Franklin, 5 

85 Grafton. 5 

86 Will"m.st'wn.4 

87 Hin<, r ham. 4 

88 Gt. Bar"gton,4 



.'.,:. 



89 Easthpton, 4 

90 Amherst. 4 

91 Bradford, 4 

92 Ipswich. 4 

93 Reading, 4 

94 Bridgewater4 

95 Canton. 4 

96 N. BrookfTd.4 

97 Norwood. 4 

98 Pr"vincet'wn4 

99 Saugus, 4 

100 Winch'nd'n4 

101 Easton, 

102 S. Hadley 

103 Warren, 

104 Wellesley 

105 Abington, 

106 Winthrop 

107 Lee. 

108 Barnstable. 4 

109 Monson. 3, 

110 Mansfield. 3 
ill Randolph, 3. 

112 N. Andover. 3, 

113 Oxbridge, 3. 

114 Needham. 3 

115 Lexington, 3. 

116 Sutton. 3. 

117 Tewksbury. 3, 

118 Wareham. 3 

119 Fairhaven, 3. 

120 Pepperell. 3 

121 Brookfield, 3 

122 Sw'mpscottS, 
12:5 Leicester. 3, 
121 Foxboro, 3, 

125 Dalton, 3 

126 Dudley. 3 

127 Chelm.sford3. 

128 Dartmouth, 3 

129 Maynard, 3 

130 Nantucket, 3 

131 Deerfield, 3 
1:52 Walpole. 2 

133 Hopkinton. 2 

134 \VBoylst0n2 

135 Templeton. 2 
Kit; Medwav, 2 

137 E Hr'dgow'ra 

138 Lenox, 2 

139 Belmont, 2 
110 Holliston, 2 
HI Westport, 2 

112 Hardwiek. 2 

1 13 Falmouth. 2 
ID Holden 



523 

518 
361 
311 

308 
2*9 

2*6 

233 

175 

136 
101 
887 
819 
791 
790 
"1 S3 
736 
720 
717 
686 
636 
635 
374 
555 
497 
490 
432 
443 
i:-;o 
229 
207 
192 
066 
055 
746 

694 I 
569 ! 
346 J 
511 
498 I 
420| 
379 
367 

:r.s 

321 

279 

239 

239 ! 

219 I 

210 I 

20:5 I 

162 

1D7 

USX) 

016 

ixtT 

994 

9*4 

96* 

915 

913 

K94 

*72 

843 

71S 



2,602 



!.584 



2.562 
2,345 
2,532 
2.474 
2,443 
2,418 
2.40* 
2.390 
2.333 
2.301 
2.29* 
2.27* 
2.216 
2.223 
2.192 
2,180 



Wrentham. 

Billerica, 

Ludlow, 

Dennis. 

Harwich. 

Cohasset, 

Dracut. 

Westford, 

Agawam, 

Oxford, 

Groveland. 

Merrimac, 

Holbrook, 

Barre. 

Scituate. 

Southboro, 

Groton. 

Lancaster, 

Belchert*wn2.16l 

Upton. 2.150 

Ashbnham.2,148 

Aver. 2,101 

Ashland. 2.090 

Stockbrge, 2.077 

Hanover. 2.051 

Georyet'wn 2.050 

Wayland, 2.026 

Douglas, 

Somerset, 

Acton, 

Duxbury, 

Will'msb'g 

Northboro. 

Sturbridge, 1.910 

Sheffield, 1,897 

Charlton. 1.877 

Manchester 1.876 

Medfield. 1.872 

Northfieid, 1.851 

Rehoboth, 

Chatham 

Di<_rhton. 

Townsend, 

Marshfield, 1,760 

W Bryew'r 1.747 

Kingston. 1.746 

Wilbraham. 1.740 



2,026 

1,983 
1.97* 
1.966 
1,955 
1.910 



1.810 
1.809 
1.797 
1.7*0 



Sharon. 

Weston, 

Hadley. 

Yarmouth, 

Hinsdale. 

W. Newb'y. 

Swansea, 

Avon. 

Norton, 

Col rain. 

Auburn. 



1.717 
1.710 
1,704 

1 ,655 
1.650 
1,643 
1 .627 
1.626 
1.614 
1.6 10 
1.59* 



EL"gm'd'w 1.591 



Essex, 

Sandwich, 

Bourne. 

Shelburne, 

Buckland, 

Norn-ell. 

Shrewsb'y, 

Raynham, 

Newbury, 

Bellingham.1,481 

WBrookf'd 1.467 

Seekonk, 1.465 

Huntington, 1,450 



1 ,5*7 
1.5*0 
1 .5*0 
1.560 
1.548 
1.540 
1 .524 
1.31* 
1,489 



1,399 
1,380 
1.377 
1.356 



1,19* 
1,176 
1.169 
1.162 
1.141 
1.136 



Sherborn, 1,446 

Chester. 1,429 

Wihningt'n, 1.420 

Freetown, 1,403 

Shirley. 

Hanson, 

Hopedale, 

Hamilton, 

Westmins'r 1,313 

Conway, 1.304 

Salisburv, 1.300 

NwM'lboro 1,2,8* 

Hubb'dston 1.274 

Rowlev. 1.272 

Hatfield, 1.262 

W.St'kb'ge 1.257 

Lunenburg. 1,237 

Pembroke, 1,223 

Sterling, 1,218 

Orleans, 

Cheshire, 

Bedford, 

Harvard, 

Sudbury, 

Littleton. 

Edfrartown. 1,125 

Acushnet. 1.115 

Lincoln, 1,111 

Gill. 1,082 

S'thampton 1.054 

Cha r lemon 1 1.044 

Hull. 1.041 

Cot 'ge City. 1,038 

Topsneld, 1.033 

M'tapoisett 1.032 

Rochester, 1.021 

Carver. 1.016 

Ashtield, 1.013 

Clarksburtr, 1.009 

Mill is. 1,006 

Granville. 1.005 

Tisburv, 1.002 

Enfield, 

Rutland, 

Wellfieet, 

Ervlng, 

Brimrteld, 

Southwick, 

Berkley, 

Petersham, 

Princeton, 

Stow. 

Brewster, 

Berlin, 

Royalston, 

Mendon, 

Becket. 

Wen ham, 

Norfolk, 

Lakeville, 

New Salem. 

Nahant, 

Blandford, 

Lanesboro, 

Russell, 

Middleton, 

Egremont, 

N. Reading, 

Lynntteld, 

Truro, 

Ashbv, 

Sandisfield. 



990 
978 
96* 
964 
962 
961 
953 
952 
952 
920 
901 
897 
890 
889 
8*8 
8^ 
882 
S70 
809 
860 
849 
H48 
846 
*38 
*36 
*33 
81* 
813 
8(W 
802 



r 



POPULATION STATISTICS. 



97 



TOWNS AND CITIES ACCORDING TO POPULATION— C ntinned. 



289 Bolton, 797 

290 Wales, 783 

291 Bernardston, 778 

292 Marion, 759 

293 Whately, 755 

294 Cummington,750 

295 Gran by, 748 

296 Leverett, 744 

297 Hampden, 743 

298 Boylston, 720 

299 Boxford, 727 

300 Dana, 717 

301 Richmond, 701 

302 Sunderland, 606 

303 Dover, 668 
3>M Worthington.618 
305 Tyngsboro, 635 



306 Longmeadow 620 

307 Oakham, 605 

308 Warwick, 500 
300 Chesterfield, 580 

310 Burlington, 574 

311 Windsor, 556 

312 Plympton, 510 

313 Nw.Br'ntrce, 542 

314 Wendell, 520 

315 Otis. 

316 Hancock 

317 Savoy, 

318 Howe, 
310 Halifax, 

320 Carlisle, 

321 Pelhain, 



322 Greenwich, 


481 


338 Leyden. 


363 


323 Heath, 


476 


330 Tyringham, 


363 


324 East ham 


476 


310 Mashpee, 


330 


325 Westh'mpton476 


341 Tolland, 


300 


326 Hawley, 


468 


342 Boxboro, 


307 


327 Monterey, 


464 


343 Peru, 


305 


328 Phillipston, 


460 


344 Cbilmark, 


304 


320 W. Tisbury, 


460 


345 Goshen, 


304 


330 Plaintield, 


450 


346 Monroe, 


208 


331 Shutesbury, 


444 


347 Alford, 


280 


332 Paxton, 


426 


348 Montgomery 


275 


333 Florida, 


425 


349 Holland, 


109 


334 Washington 


423 


350 Gay Head, 


169 


335 Prescott, 


401 


351 Gosnold, 


140 


336 Dunstable, 


400 


858 Mt.Wsh'gt'i 


136 


337 Middlelield, 


386 


353 NewAshford 


,116 



POPULATION OF NEW ENGLAND CITIES. 

The following is a complete list of the cities in the six New England states 
the population of each. Figures for Massachusetts cities are taken from the 
census of 1895; for the other cities the ligures are from the U. S. census of 1800. 



Boston, Mass., 
Providence, R. L, 
Worcester, Mass., 
Fall River, Mass., 
Lowell, Mass. , 
Cambridge, Mass., 
New Haven, Conn., 
Lynn, Mass., 
New Bedford, Mass., 
Hartford, Conn., 
Somerville, Mass., 
Lawrence, Mass., 
Springfield, Mass., 
Bridgeport, Conn., 
Manchester, N. H., 
Holyoke, Mass., 
Portland, Me., 
Salem, Mass., 
Brockton, Mass., 
Chelsea, Mass., 
Haverhill, Mass., 
Maiden, Mass., 
Waterbury, Conn., 
Gloucester, Mass., 
Pawtucket, R. I., 
Newton, Mass., 
Taunton, Mass., 



406,020 
132,146 
08.767 
80.203 
84,367 
81.643 
81,208 
62.354 
55,251 
53,230 
52,200 
52,164 
51,522 
48,866 
44,126 
40.322 
36,425 
34,473 
33,165 
31,264 
30.209 
20.708 
28,616 
28,211 
27.663 
27,590 
27,115 



Fitchburg, Mass., 
Lewiston, Me., 
Meriden. Conn., 
Waltham, Mass., 
Woonsocket, R. L, 
Quincy, Mass., 
Pittsrield, Mass., 
Newport. R. I., 
Nashua, N. H., 
North Adams, Mass., 
Bangor, Me., 
Everett, Mass., 
Concord, N. IL, 
Northampton. Mass., 
Danbury, Conn., 
New Britain. Conn., 
Chicopee, Mass., 
Norwich, Conn., 
Marlboro, Mass., 
Burlington, Vt.. 
Newbury port. Mass., 
Med ford, Mass., 
Biddeford, Me., 
Woburn, Mass., 
Dover, N. H., 
Beverly. Mass., 
Rutland, Vt., 



26,400 
21,701 
21,652 
20,876 
20,830 
20,712 
20,461 
10.457 
10,311 
10,135 
10.103 
18,573 
17.004 
16,746 
16.55,2 
16,510 
16.420 
16,156 
14.077 
14.500 
14,5*2 
14.474 
14,443 
14,178 
12,700 
11,806 
11,760 



Auburn, Me., 
Augusta, Me.. 
Portsmouth, N. H 
Middletown, Conn 
Bath. Me., 
Rockland, Me., 
Rockville, Conn., 
Keene, N. H., 
Calais. Me., 
Waterville, Me., 
Barre, Vt., 
Westbrook, Me.. 
Somersworth. N. 
Laconia. N. H., 
Saco, Me., 
Gardiner, Me., 
Dee ring. Me., 
Oldtown. Me., 
Belfast, Me., 
Eastport, Me., 
Ellsworth, Me., 
Brewer, Me., 
Mont pe lie r. Vt., 
Hallowell, Me., 
Vergennes, Vt., 



H. 



, with 
State 

11,250 
10,527 
0,827 
0.013 
8,723 
8,174 
7,772 
7,466 
7,200 
7,107 
6.812 
6.632 
6.207 
6.143 
6.075 
5,491 
5,353 
5,312 
5.294 
4.908 
4,804 
4,193 
4,160 
3.181 
1,773 



POPULATION OF NEW ENGLAND STATES. 

(From the U. S. Census of 1890.) 





POPULATION. 


Native 
Born. 


Foreign 
Bora, 


White. 


Col- 




Male. 


Female. 


Total. 


ored. 


Maine 

N e w 1 1 am psh i re '. '. '. '. '. .' .' '. '. 

> ermont 

* Massachusetts 

Uhode Island .. 


332.500 
186.5(56) 
160.327 
1,087,709 
168.025 
369,538 


328.406 
180,064 
163,005 
1,151.234 
177,481 
376,720 


661.086 

376,530 
332,422 

2,238,013 
345,506 
746,258 


582,125 
304.100 
288,334 

1.58 1,806 
230.201 
562,657 


78.961 
72.340 
44,088 
657,137 
106,305 
183,601 


659,26)3 
375.810 
331.418 
2,215.373 
337.850 
733,438 


1.190 

614 

937 

22.141 

7,303 

12,302 


Connecticut 


Totals 


2,313,755 


2,386,090 


4,700,745 


3,558,313 


1,142,432 


4,653,191 


44,580 



The total population of Massachusetts by the census of 18!)A is 2,500,183. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



NATURALIZATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. 



The conditions and the manner in 
which an alien may be admitted as a 
citizen of the United States are pre- 
scribed by Sections 2,165-74 of the 
Revised Statutes of the United 
States. 

Declaration of Intention. — An 
alien seeking naturalization must de- 
clare on oath before a circuit or dis- 
trict court of the United States, or a 
district or supreme court of the ter- 
ritories, or a court of record of any 
of the states having common-law ju- 
risdiction, and a seal and" clerk, at 
least two years prior to his admission, 
that it Is, bona fide, his intention to 
become a citizen of the United States 
and to renounce forever all allegiance 
and fidelity to any foreign state or 
prince, and particularly to the one of 
which he may be at the time a citi- 
zen or subject. 

Oath on Application for Admis- 
sion.— At the time of his application 
to be admitted he must declare on 
oath, before some one of the courts 
above specified, "that he will support 
the Constitution of the United States, 
and that he absolutely and entirely 
renounces and abjures all allegiance 
and fidelity to every foreign prince, 
potentate, state or sovereignty, and 
particularly by name, to the prince. 
potentate, state or sovereignty of 
which he was before a citizen or sub- 
ject," which proceedings must be re- 
corded by the clerk of the court. 

Conditions of Citizenship. — It 
must appear to the satisfaction of 
the court to which he has applied 
tbat the alien has resided continu- 
ously within the United States for at 
least five years, and within the state 
or territory where such court is at 
the time held one year at least, and 
that during that time "he has be- 
haved as a man of good moral char- 
acter, attached to the principles of 
the Constitution of the United States 
and well disposed to the good order 
and happiness of the same." 

Titles of Nobility.— If the appli- 
cant bears anv heredity title or be- 
longs to anv order of nobility, he 
must make an express renunciation 
of the same at the time of his appli- 
cation. 

Soldiers and Navy Sailors.— Any 
alien twenty-one years old and up- 
ward who has been In the armies ->r 
navies of the United States, and has 
been honorably discharged therefrom, 
may become a citizen on his petition, 
without anv previous declaration of 
intention, provided that he has re- 
sided in the United States at least 
one year previous to his application, 
and Is of good moral character. 

Minors.— Any alien under the nsre 
of twenty-one years who has resided 
In the United States three years nest 



preceding his arriving at that age, 
and who has continued to reside 
therein to the time he may make ap- 
plication to be admitted a citizen 
thereof, may, after he arrives at the 
age of twenty-one years and after he 
has resided live years within the 
United States, including the three 
years of his minority, be admitted a 
citizen; but he must make a declara- 
tion, on oath and prove to the satis- 
faction of the court that for two 
years next preceding, it has been his 
bona fide intention to become a citi- 
zen. 

Children of Naturalized Citi- 
zens. — The children of persons who 
j have been duly naturalized, being un- 
| der the age of twenty-one years at 
i the time of the naturalization of their 
I parents, shall, if dwelling in the 
United States, be considered as citi- 
I zens thereof. 

Citizens' Children Wno Are 
i Born Abroad.— The children of per- 
sons who now are or have been citi- 
i zens of the United States are, though 
| born out of the limits of jurisdiction 
' of the United States, considered as 
! citizens thereof. 

Chinese. — The naturalization of 
i Chinamen is expressly prohibited by 
Section 14, Chapter 126, Laws of 
1882. 

Protection Abroad to Natural- 
ized Citizens.— Section 2,000 of the 
Revised Statutes of the United States 
declares that "all naturalized citizens 
of the United States while in foreign 
countries are entitled to and shall re- 
ceive from this government the same 
protection of persons and property 
which is accorded to native-born cit 
izens." 

TheRioht of Suffrage.— The ri?ht 
to vote Is conferred by the State. 
Naturalization Is a Federal right, and 
is a gift of the Union, not of any out- 
state. In many states aliens (who 
have declared Intentions) vote and 
have the right to vote equally with 
naturalized or native-born citizens; 
in the others only actual citizens may 
vote. The Federal naturalization 
laws apply to the whole Union alike, 
and provide that no alien may be 
naturalized until after five years' res- 
idence, except an honorably dis- 
charged soldier, or a person whose 
parents have been naturalized while 
he was under twenty-one years of 
a;re, as above recited. Even after 
five years' residence and due natural- 
ization, he is not entitled to vote un- 
less the laws of the state confer the 
privilege upon him, and he may vote 
in several states six months aftt-r 
landing. If he has declared his Inten- 
tion, under United States law. to be- 
come a citizen. 



POLITICAL DISTRICTS. 



CONGRESSIONAL. 

District No. 1— Towns in Berkshire County: Adams, Alford, Beeket, Che- 
shire, Clarksburg, Dalton, Egremont, Florida, Croat Barrington, Hancock, 
Hinsdale, Lanesboro, Lee, Lenox, Monterey, Mount Washington, New Ash- 
ford, New Marlboro, North Adams, Otis, Pom, Pittsfield, Richmond, Sau- 
disfield, Savoy, Sheffield, Stockbridgc, Tyringham, Washington, West Stock- 
bridge, WHliamstown, Windsor. Franklin County: Ashtiold, Bernnrdston, 
Buckland, Charlemont, Colrain, Conway, Doertiold, Gill, Greenfield, Haw- 
ley, Heath, Leydon, Monroe, Etowe, Sholburno, Whately. Hampden County. 
Agawam. Blandford, Chester, Granville, Holyoke, Montgomery, llussoll, 
Southwick, Tolland, Westfiold, West Springfield. Hampshire County: Chos- 
terfield, Cummington, Goshen, Hatfield, Huntington, Middlefield, IMainfield, 
Southampton, Westhampton, Williamsburg, Worthington. 
Total, 70 towns; population, 170,297. 

No. 2— Towns in Franklin County: Erving, Leverett, Montague, New Salem, 
Northfield, Orange, Shutesbury, Sunderland, Warwick, Wendell. Hampden 
County: Brimfield. Chicopee. F;;st Longmeadow, Hampden, Holland, Long- 
meadow, Ludlow, Monson, Palmer, Springfield, Wales, WHbraham. Hamp- 
shire County: Amherst, Belchertown, Easthampton, Enfield, Granby, Green- 
wich, Hadley, Northampton, Pelham, Prescott, South Hadley, Ware. 
Worcester County: At hoi, Barre, Brookfield, Dana, Hardwick, New Brain- 
tree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Petersham, Phillipston, Royalston, Temple- 
ton, Warren, West Brookfield, Winehendon. 
Total, 49 towns; population, 173,951. 

No. 3— Town in Middlesex County: Hopkinton. Towns in Worcester County: 
Auburn, Blnokstone, Charlton, Douglas, Dudley, Grafton, Holden, Leicester. 
Mehdon, Millbury. Northbrid^e, Oxford, Paxtou, Rutland, Shrewsbury, 
Southbridge, Spencer, Sturbridge, Sutton, Upton, Uxbridge, Webster, West- 
boro, West Boylston, Worcester. 
Total, 26 towns: population. 171,484. 

No. 4— Towns in Middlesex County: Acton, Ashby, Ashland, Ayer, Bedford, 
Billerica, Boxboro, Burlington, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dunstable, 
Framingham, Groton, Hudson, Lexington. Lincoln, Littleton, Marlboro, 
Maynard, Natick, Pepperell, Shirley, Stow, Sudbury, Townsend, Tyngs- 
boro, Waltham, Way land, Westford, Weston. Norfolk (bounty: Wellesley. 
Worcester County: Ashburnham, Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Fitch- 
burg, Gardner, Harvard, Hubbardston, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, 
Northboro, Princeton, Southboro, Sterling, Westminster. 
Total, 49 towns; population, 170,221. 

No. 5— Towns in Essex County: Andover, Lawrence, Lynnfield, Methuen, North 
Andover, Peabody. Middlesex County: Dracut, Lowell, North Reading, 
Reading, Tewksbiiry, Wilmington, Woburn. 
Total, 13 towns; population, 172,178. 

No. G— Towns in Essex County: Amesbury, BcverTy,,E.oii'6rd, Danvers, Essex. 
Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Sitvsrhill, Ipswich, Man- 
chester, Marblehead, Merrimac, Middleton, Nt-wbury, Newburyport, Rock- 
Port, Rowley, Salem, Salisbury, Swampscott, Topstield, Wen ham, West 
Newbury. ,'"■'* ,''"-, ." *'•■*■ ' 

Total, 2G towns; population, 1G0,?W ' ■ -- ■ 

No. 7— Towns in Essex County: Lypn„ jvp,har.t, ', Sangun.- « Middlesex- County: 
Everett, Maiden, Melrose, Stoneham, Wakefield. Suffolk County: Wards 4 
and 5, Boston; Chelsea, Revere. 
Total, 12 towns and wards; population, lJ*,WHfc - • 

No. 8— Towns in Middlesex County: Arlington, 'CaiVb>nri;e Medford, Somer- 
ville, Winchester. Suffolk County: Wards 30 and 11, Boston. 

. Total, 5 towns and 2 wards; population, 101,014. 

No. 9— Towns in Suffolk County: Wards 1, 2, 3, 0, 7, 8, 9 and 13, Boston, and 
Wtnthrop. 

„ Total, 8 wards and 1 town; population, 132,403. 

No. lO— Towns in Norfolk County: Milton, Quincy. Suffolk County: Wards 
12. 14, 15, 10. 17, 18, 19, 20 and 24. Boston. 
Total. 2 towns and 9 wards; population, 204,712. 



100 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



COUNCILOR. 

District No. 1— Composed of the Cape, First and Second Plymouth, and the 
Second and Third Bristol Senatorial Districts. 61 towns; 06,467 legal 
voters. 

No. 2— Composed of the First Bristol, First and Second Norfolk, and the 
Eighth and Ninth Suffolk Senatorial Districts. 30 towns and G wards; 
71,524 legal voters. 

No. 3— Composed of the First and Second Suffolk, and the First, Second and 
Third Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 16 towns and 4 wards; 70,352 legal 
voters. 

No. 4— Composed of the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Ninth Suffolk Sena- 
torial Districts. 15 wards; 71,260 legal voters. 

No. 5— Composed of the First, Second, Third and Fourth Essex, and the Mid- 
dlesex and Essex Senatorial Districts. 33 towns; 70,420 legal voters. 

No. 6— Composed of the Fifth Essex, and the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Sev- 
enth Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 43 towns; 70,600 legal voters. 

No. 7— Composed of the First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Worcester 
Senatorial Districts. 59 towns; 60.109 le<ral voters. 

No. 8 — Composed of the Berkshire, Berkshire and Hampshire, Franklin and 
Hampshire, and First and Second Hampden Senatorial Districts. 104 
towns; 73,974 legal voters. 



SENATORIAL. 

[Average ratio for the State, 14,020.] 

SUFFOLK COUNTY (including Ward 3, Cambridge, Middlesex County)— Nine 

Senators. 

District No. 1— Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop, and Ward 1, Boston. LegaJ 

voters, 14,494. .] : : ' 

No. 2— Wards 3, 4 and 5, Boston, and Ward 3, Cambridge. Legal voters, 

12,577: " 
No. 3— Wards 2 .6 ind S, Boston. Legal voters, 13,720. 
No. 4— Wards' 7, « 9 nuH 27, -Boston. Legal voters, 14.542. 
No. 6— Wards 10, 12 and 18, Bostoii. - Legal voters, 16,568. 
Ko. C— Wards .13. 14 syid 15. Boston. Legal voters, 13.500. 
No. 7— Wards "1C\ 20 j.nd ;m; »5ooton. ' Legal voters, 13,529. 
No. 8— Ward j 21. 22 ;M>d 23 Hostnn. Legal voters. 13,704. 
No. O— Wards 11, IS anil 25; BusfcOHi • Legal voters, 12,930. 

ESSEX AND MIDDLESEX COUNTIES— Thirteen Senators. 
First Essex— Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7, Lynn; Nahant and Swampscott. 

Legal voters, 13,190. 
Second Essex— Beverly, Danvers, Marblehcad and Salem. Lejral voters, 

14.190. 
Third Essex— Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich, Manchester, Newbury, 

Newbury port, Rockport, Rowley and Wenham. Legal voters, 14.303. 



1 



No. 11- -Town In Bristol County: North Attleboro. Towns lu Middlesex 
County: Belmont, Holliston, Newton, Sherborn, Watertown. Norfolk 
County: Belllugham, Brookline, Dedham. Dover, Foxboro, Franklin, Hyde I 

Park, Medfleld, Med way, Millis. Needham, Norfolk, Norwood, Sharon. Wal- 
pole, Wrentham. Suffolk County: Wards 21, 22, 23 and 25, Boston. Worces- 
ter County: Hopedale, Millford. 
Total, 24 towns and 4 wards; population, 193,190. 

No. 12— Towns in Bristol County: Attleboro, Berkley, Dighton, Easton, Mans- 
field, Norton, Kaynham. Rehoboth, Seekonk, Taunton. Norfolk County: 
Avon, Braintrec, Canton, Cohasset, Holbrook, Randolph, Stoughton, Wey- 
mouth. Plymouth County: Abington, Bridgewater, Brockton, Carver, Dux- 
bury, East Bridgewater, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Hingliam, Hull, Kings- 
ton, Lakeville, Marshtield, Middleboro, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, 
Plympton, Kbckland, Scituate, West Bridgewater, Whitman. 
Total, 41 towns; population, 171,535. 

No. 13 — Towns in Barnstable County: Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chat- 
ham, Dennis, Eastham, Falmouth, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Province- 
town, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfleet, Yarmouth. Bristol County: Acushnet, 
Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Freetown, New Bedford, Somerset, 
Swansea, Westport. Dukes County: Chilmark, Cottage City, Edgartown, 
Gay Head, Gosnold, Tisbury, West Tisbury. Nantucket County: Nan- 
tucket. Plymouth County: Marion, Mattapoisett, Rochester, Wareham. 
Total, 36 towns; population, 173,068. 






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i 



POLITICAL DISTRICTS. 1Q1 

Fonrtli Essex— Amesbury, Georgetown, Grovelnnd, Haverhill, Merrlmac, 
Salisbury and West Newbury. Legal voters, 13.5S0. 

Fifth Essex — Andovcr, Boxford, Lawrence, Methuen, North Andover and 
Topsfleld. Legal voters, 14,000. 

First Middlesex-Ashland, Framingham, Holllston, Hopklnton, Natlek, New- 
ton, Sherborn, Wateitown and Weston. Legal voters, 14,701. 

Second Middlesex— Wards 1, 2, 4 and 5, Cambridge. Legal voters, 14.55G. 

Third Middlesex— Arlington, Belmont and Somerville. Legal voters, 13,034. 

Fourth Middlesex— Everett, Maiden and Melrose. Legal voters, 13,403. 

Fifth Middlesex—Lexington, Lincoln, Marlboro, Medford, Sudbury, Wal- 
thara, Wayland and Winchester. Legal voters, 14,001. i 

Sixth Middlesex— Acton, Ashby, Ayer, Bedford, Billeriea, Boxboro, Burling- 
ton, Carlisle, Concord, Dunstable, Croton, Hudson, Littleton, Wards 5 and 
9, Lowell; Maynard, Pepperell, Beading, Shirley, Stow, Tewksbnry, Town- 
send, Tyngsboro, Westford and Wilmington. Legal voters, 14,130. 

Seventh Middlesex— Chelmsford, Dracut, and Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 0, 7 and 8, 
Lowell. Legal voters, 14.377. 

Middlesev and Essex— Ward 0, Lynn; Lynnfield, MIddleton, Peabody and 
Saugus, in Essex County; North Reading, Stoneham, Wakefield and Woburn, 
In Middlesex County. 

WORCESTER COUNTY-Five Senators. 

District No. 1— Wards 4, 5. 0, 7 and 8, Worcester. Legal voters, 12,059. 

No. 2— Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Harvard, Holden, Lancaster, Ster- 
ling, West Boylston, and Wards 1, 2 and 3, Worcester. Legal voters, 13,327. 

No. 3 — Ashburnham, Athol, Fitchburg, Gardner, Leominster, Lunenburg, 
Royalston, Westminster and Winchendon. Legal voters, 13.880. 

No. 4— Barre. Brookfield, Charlton, Dana, Dudley, Hardwick, Hubbardston, 
Leicester, New Braintree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Paxton, Petersham, 
Phillipston. Princeton, Rutland, Southbridge, Spencer, Sturbridge, Temple- 
ton, Warren, Webster and West Brookfield. Legal voters, 13,120. 

No. 5— Auburn, Blackstone, Douglas. Grafton, Hopedale, Mendon, Milford, 
Millbury, Northboro, Northbridge, Oxford, Shrewsbury, Southboro, Sutton, J 
Upton, Uxbrldge and Westboro. Legal voters, 12,823. 

BERKSHIRE, FRANKLIN, HAMPDEN AND HAMPSHIRE COUNTIES— 

Five Senators. 

Berkshire District— A dams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Dalton, Florida, Hancock, 
Hinsdale, Lanesboro, New Ashford, North Adams, Peru, Pittslield, Savoy, 
Williamstown and Windsor. Legal voters, 14,124. 

Berkshire and Hampshire— Alford, Becket, Egremont', Gt. Barrington, Lee. 
Lenox, Monterey, Mount Washington, New Marlboro, Otis, Richmond, 
Sandisfield, Sheffield, Stockbridge, Tyringham,. Washington and West Stock- 
bridge, in Berkshire County; Chesterfield, Cummington, Easthampton, 
Goshen, Hadley, Hatfield, Huntington, Middlefield, Northampton, Plain- 
field, South Hadley, Southampton, Westhampton, Williamsburg and Worth- 
ington. in Hampshire County, and Blandford, Chester and Russell, in 
Hampden County. Legal voters, 14,774. 

Franklin and Hampshire— Ashfield. Bernardstou, Buckland, Charlemont, 
Colrain, Conway, Deerfield, Erving, Gill, Greenfield, Hawley, Heath, Leverett, 
Leyden, Monroe, Montague, New Salem, Northtield, Orange, Rowe, Shel- 
burne, Shutesbury. Sunderland, Warwick, Wendell and AVhately, In Frank- 
lin County, and Amherst, Belchertown, Enfield, Granby, Greenwich, Pel- 
ham, Prescott and Ware, in Hampshire County. Legal voters, 14,324. 

First Hampden— Brinifield, Holland, Monson, Palmer, Springfield, Wales and 
Wilbraham. Legal voters. 15,015. 

Second Hampden— Agawam, Chicooee, East Longmeadow, Granville, ITamp- 
den, Holyoke, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Montgomery, Southwick, Tolland, 
west Springfield and Westfield. Legal voters, 15,137. 

NORFOLK COUNTY (excluding Cohasset)— Two Senators. 
District No. 1— Braintree, Canton, Holbrook, Hyde Park, Milton, Qulncy, 
Randolph and Weymouth. Lecral voters, 15,502. 

°r* -~ Av on, Bellingbnm, Brookline, Dedham, Dover, Foxboro, Franklin, 
Medfiold, Medwav, Millis, Needham, Norfolk, Norwood, Sharon, Stoughton, 
"alpole, Wellesley, Westwood and Wrentham. Legal voters, 15,3'.)8. 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY (including Cohasset, in Norfolk County)— Two Senators. 

District No. 1— Abington, Carver, Cohasset (Norfolk County), Duxbury, East 
Bridgewater, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marsh- 
field, Norwell, Pembroke, Plvmouth, Plympton, Rockland, Scituate and 
Whitman. Legal voters, 13,020. 

Ao. '2— Bridgewater, Brockton, Lakeville, Marlon, Mattapoisett. Mlddleboro, 
Rochrster, Warehain aud West Bridgewater. Legal voters. 13,005. 



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102 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

BRISTOL COUNTY— Three Senators. 
District No. 1— Ablngton, Carver, Cohasset (Norfolk County), Duxbury, 
! ' ton. Raynham, Rehoboth, Seekonk and Taunton. Legal voters, 13,391. 

No. 2— DIghton, Fall River, Somerset and Swansea. Legal voters, 15,902. 
r No. 3— Acusb.net, Dartmouth, Falrhaven, Freetown, New Bedford and West 
port. Legal voters, 13,202. 

BARNSTABLE, DUKES AND NANTUCKET COUNTIES-One Senator. 
Cape District — Barnstable, Bouine, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, 
Falmouth, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, 
Wellfleet and Yarmouth, in Barnstable County; Chilinark, Cottage City, 
Edgartown, Gay Head, Gosnold, Tisbury and West Tisbury. in Dukes 
County, and Nantucket, in Nantucket County. Legal voters, 9,742. 



i 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

[Average ratio for the State, 2,336.] 
SUFFOLK COUNTY— Fifty-three Representatives. 
District No. 1— Ward 1, Boston. Legal voters, 4,785. 2 rep. 
No. 2— Ward 2, Boston. Legal voters, 4,357. 2 rep. 
No. 3— Ward 3, Boston. Legal voters, 3,538. 2 rep. 
No. 4— Ward 4, Boston. Legal voters, 3.311. 2 rep. 
No. 5— Ward 5, Boston. Legal voters, 3,266. 2 rep. 
No. G— Ward G, Boston. Legal voters, 4,190. 2 rep. 
No. 7— Ward 7, Boston. Legal voters, 4,237. 2 rep. 
No. 8— Ward 8, Boston. Legal voters, 5,173. 2 rep. 
No. 9— Ward 9, Boston. Legal voters, 5,504. 2 rep. 
No. lO— Ward 10, Boston. Legal voters, 6,007. 2 rep. 
No. 11— Ward 11, Boston. Legal voters, 4,S86. 2 rep. 
No. 12— Ward 12, Boston. Legal voters, 5,731. 2 rep. 
No. 13— Ward 13, Boston. Legal voters, 4,795. 2 rep. 
No. 14 — Ward 14, Boston. Legal voters, 4,381. 2 rep. 
No. 15— Ward 15, Boston. Legal voters, 4.324. 2 rep. 
No. 16— Ward 16, Boston. Legal voters, 3,933. 2 rep. 
No. 17— Ward 17, Boston. Legal voters, 4,801. 2 rep. 
No. 18— Ward IS, Boston. Legal voters, 4,830. 2 rep. 
No. 19— Ward 19, Boston. Legal voters, 4,467. 2 rep. 
No. 20— Ward 20, Boston. Legal voters, 5,225. 2 rep. 
No. 21— Ward 21, Boston. Legal voters, 4.793. 2 rep. 
No. 22— Ward 22, Boston. Legal voters, 4.S79. 2 rep. 
No. 23— Ward 23, Boston. Legal voters, 4,032. 2 rep. 
No. 24— Ward 24. Boston. Legal voters, 4.371. 2 rep. 
No. 25 — Ward 25, Boston. Legal voters, 3,577. 2 rep. 
No. 20— Wards 1 and 2, Chelsea. Local voters. 3.192. 1 rep. 
No. 27— Wards 3 and 4, Chelsea. Legal voters, 2,758. 1 rep. 
No. 28— Ward 5, Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. Legal voters, 3,759. 1 rep. 

ESSEX COUNTY— Thirty-Three Representatives. 

District ~So. 1— Amesbury. Legal voters. 2.310. 1 rep. 

No. 2— Merrimac; Ward 6, Newburyport; Salisbury and West Newburv. Legal 
voters, 2,145. 1 rep. 

No. 3— Wards 4 and 6, Haverhill. Legal voters, 2,543. 1 rep. 

No. 4— Wards 1, 2 and 3. Haverhill. Legal voters, 2,530. 1 rep. 

No. 5— Ward 5, Haverhill. Lfgal voters. 2.383. 1 rep. 

No. O— Wards 1 and 2, Lawrence, and Methuen. Legal voters, 4,462. 2 rep. 

No. 7— Wards 3, 4. 5 and 6, Lawrence. Legal voters, 6,884. 3 rep. 

No. 8— Andover, MIddleton and North Andover. Legal voters, 2,445. 1 rep 

No. 9— Boxford, Georgetown and Groveland. Legal voters, 2.543. 1 rep. 

No. 10— Danvers, Peabody and Tops-field. Legal voters, 4,708. 2 rep. 

No. It— Ward 3. Lynn, and Swampscott. Legal voters, 4.528. 2 rep. 

No. 12— Wards 1, 5 and 7, Lynn, and Lynnfleld. Legal voters, 4,447. 2 rep. 

No. 13— Wards 2 and 4, Lynn, and Nehant. Legal voters, 4.449. 2 rep. 

No. 14— Ward 6, Lynn, and Saugus. Legal voters, 4,476. 2 rep. 

No. 15— Marblehcad. Legal voters, 2,295. 1 rep. 

No. 1G— Wards 1 and 2, Salem. Legal voters, 2,542. 1 rep. 

No. 17 -Wards 3 and 5, Salem. Legal voters, 2,540. 1 rep. 

No. IS— Wards 4 and 6. Salem. Legal voters, 2,329. 1 rep. 

No. 19— Wards 1, 2. 3, 4. 5 and 0, Beverly; Essex; Ward 8, Gloucester; Ham- 
ilton, Manchester and Wenbam. Legal voters, 4.S08. 2 rep. 

No. iSO— Wards 1, 3. 4. 5 and 6, Gloucester. Legal voters, 4,666. 2 rep. 

No. 21— Wards 2 and 7, Gloucester, and Rocknort. Legal voters, 2 477. 1 rep. 

No. 22— Ipswich; Newbury; Wards 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5. Newburyport, and Rowley. 
Legal voters. 4,712. 2 r.-p. 



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POLITICAL DISTRICTS. 103 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY— Forty-Seven Representatives. 

District No. 1— Ward 1, Cambridge. Legal voters, 3,747. 1 rep. 

No. 2— Ward 2, Cambridge. Legal voters, 4,707. 2 rep. 

No. 3— Ward 3, Cambridge. Legal voters, 2,462. 1 rep. 

No. 4— Ward 4, Cambridge. Legal voters, 3,999. 2 rep. 

No. 5— Ward 5, Cambridge. Legal voters, 2,103. 1 rep. 

No. 6— Ward 1, Somerville. Legal voters, 2,272. 1 rep. 

No. 7— Wards 2 and 4, Somerville. Legal voters, 6,328. 3 rep. 

No. 8— Ward 3, Somerville. Legal voters, 3.239. 1 rep. 

No. J)— Wards 1, 2, 4 and 5, Medford. Legal voters, 2,265. 1 rep. 

No. 10— Everett. Legal voters, 4,000. 2 rep. 

No. 11— Maiden. Legal voters, 6,522. 3 rep. 

No. 12— Wards 3 and 6, Medford and Winchester. Legal voters. 2,446. 1 rep. 

No. 13— Arlington and Lexington. Legal voters, 2,303. 1 rep. 

No. 14— Belmont and Watertown. Legal voters, 2,301. 1 rep. 

No. 15— Waltbam. Legal voters, 4,574. 2 rep. 

No. 16— Newton. Legal voters, 5,017. 2 rep. 

No. 17— Bedford, Concord, Lincoln and Weston. Legal voters, 1,830. 1 rep. 

No. 18— Natlck. Legal voters, 2,334. 1 rep. 

No. 19— Ashland, Holliston, Hopklnton and Sherborn. Legal voters, 2,38 1. 

1 rep. 
No. 20— Framinghara. Legal voters, 2,308. 1 rep. 

No. 21— Marlboro, Sudbury and Wayland. Legal voters, 4.299. 2 rep. 
No. 22— Boxboro, Hudson, Maynard and Stow. Legal voters, 2,214. 1 rep. 
No. 23— Acton, Ayer, Littleton, Shirley and W°stford. Legal voters, 2,155. 

1 rep. 
No. 24— Ashby, Groton, rcpperell and Townsend. Legal voters, 2,088. 1 rep. 
No. 25 — Chelmsford, Dunstable, Wards 4, 7 and 8, Lowell, and Tyngsboro. 

Legal voters, 6,646. 3 rep. 
No. 26— Wards 1, 2. 3 and 6, Lowell. Legal voters, 7,521. 3 rep. 
No. 27 — Billerica, Burlington, Carlisle, Dracut, Wards 5 and 9, Lowell; North 

Reading, Tewksbury and Wilmington. Legal voters, 5,726. 2 rep. 
No. 28— Reading and Woburri. Legal voters, 4,511. 2 rep. 
No. 2!)— Wakefield. Legal voters, 1,885. 1 rep. 
No. 30— Stonebam. Legal voters, 1.775. 1 rep. 
No. 31— Melrose. Legal voters, 2,851. 1 rep. 



WORCESTER COUNTY— Twenty-eight .Representatives. 

District No. 1— Athol, Phlllipston and Royalston. Legal voters, 2,234. 1 rep. 
No. 2— Ashburnham, Gardner, Templeton and Winchendon. Legal voters, 
r 4,347. 2 rep. 
No. 3— Barre, Dana, Hardwick, Hubbardston, Petersham and Westminster. 

Legal voters, 2,152. 1 rep. 
No. 4— Holden, New Braintree, North Brookfleld, Oakham, Princeton and 

Rutland. Legal voters, 2,370. 1 rep. 
No. 5— Brookfleld, Sturbridge, Warren and West Brookfleld. Legal voters, 
. 2,449. 1 rep. 

No. 6— Leicester, Paxton and Spencer. Legal voters, 2,445. 1 rep. 
No. 7— Charlton, Dudley, Oxford, Southbridge and Webster. Legal voters, 
w 4,236. 2 rep. { 

No. 8— Auburn, Douglas, Millbury and Sutton. Legal voters, 2,281. 1 rep. 
No. 9— Blackstone, Grafton, Northbridge, Shrewsbury and Uxbridge. Legal 

voters, 4,544. 2 rep. J 

No. 10— Hopedale, Mendon, Milford, Upton and Westboro. Legal voters, 

4,584. 2 rep. 
No. 11— Berlin, Boylston, Clinton, Northboro, Southboro, Sterling and West 

Boylston. Legal voters, 4,502. 2 rep. 
No. 12— Bolton, Ward 2, Fitchburg; Harvard, Lancaster and Lunenburg. ( 

Legal voters, 2,235. 1 rep. 
?.°» 13— Wards 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5, Fitchburg. Legal voters, 4,282. 2 rep. 
j\o. 14— Leominster. Legal voters, 2,260. 1 rep. j 

v°* 15 ~ Ward 1, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,788. 1 rep. 
v°* 1«— Ward 2, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,080. 1 rep. 
qo. 17— Ward 3, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,095. 1 rep. 

5°« 18— Ward 4, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,577. 1 rep. I 

\°* ?>°~ Ward 5, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,646. 1 rep. 
v « ^'ard 6, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,or>0. 1 rep. 
*°* -1— Ward 7, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,554. 1 rep. 
*o. -.2— Ward 8, Worcester. Legal voters, 2,526. 1 rep. 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY— Five Representatives. 

D \vm. lct No * !— Goshen, Hadley, natfleld, Northampton, Westhampton and 
>> Mlanisburg. Legal voters. 4.669. 2 rep. 



104 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

No. 2— Chesterfield, Cummlngton, Easthampton, Huntington, MIddlefleld, 
Plalnfleld, Southampton and Worthington. Legal voters, 2.388. 1 rep. 

No. 3— Amherst, Granny, South Hadley and Pelham. Legal voters, 2,407. 1 
rep. 

No. 4— Belchertown, Enfield, Greenwich, Prescott and Ware. Legal voters, 
2,334. 1 rep. 

HAMPDEN COUNTY— Thirteen Representatives. 

District No. 1— Brimfield, Holland, Monson, Palmer and Wales. Legal 
voters, 2,538. 1 rep. 

No. 2— Agawam, East Longmeadow, Granville, Hampden, Longmeadow, Lud- 
low, Southwick, Tolland and Wilbraham. Legal voters, 2,423. 1 rep. 

No. 3— Wards 1, 2 and 8, Springfield. Legal voters, 4,760. 2 rep. 

No. 4 — Wards 3, 4 and 5, Springfield. Legal voters, 4,958. 2 rep. 

No. 5— Wards 6 and 7, Springfield. Legal voters, 2,522. 1 rep. 

No. G— Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and G. Chieopee. Legal voters, 2,454. 1 rep. 

No. 7— Ward 7, Chieopee, and Wards 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Ilolyoke. Legal voters, 
4,696. 2 rep. 

No. 8 — Wards 6 and 7, Holyoke. .Legal voters, 2,196. 1 rep. 

No. 9— Blandford, Chester, Montgomery, Russell, West Springfield and West- 
field. Legal voters, 5,021. 2 rep. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY— Four Representatives. 
District No. 1— Ashfield, Buckland, Charlemont, Colrain, Conway, Hawley, 

Heath, Monroe, Rowe and Sbelburne. Legal voters, 2,621. 1 rep. 
No. 2 — Bernardstou, Gill, Greenfield and Leyden. Legal voters, 2,265. 1 rep. 
No. 3— Deerfleld, Leverett, Montague, Sunderland. Wendell and Whately. 

Legal voters, 2,792. 1 rep. 
No. 4 — Erving, New Salem, Northfleld, Orange, Shutesbury and Warwick. 

Legal voters, 2,654. 1 rep. 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY— Nine Representatives. 
District No. 1— Clarksburg and North Adams. Legal voters, 4,279. 2 rep. 
No. 2— Dalton, Hancock, Lanesboro, New Ashford and Williamstown. Legal 

voters, 2,404. 1 rep. 
No. 3 — Adams, Cheshire, Florida, Savoy and Windsor. Legal voters, 2,197. 

1 rep. 
No. 4— PIttsfield. Legal voters, 4,801. Two rep. 
No. 5 — Becket, Hinsdale, Lenox. Peru, Richmond, Washington and West 

Stockbrldge. Legal voters, 1,929. 1 rep. 
No. G— Lee, New Marlboro, Otis, Sandisfieid, Stockbridge and Tyringham. 

Legal voters, 2,378. 1 rep. 
No. 7— Alford, Egremont, Great Barrington, Monterey, Mount Washington 

and Shefiield. Legal voters, 2,198. 1 rep. 

NORFOLK COUNTY (excluding Cohasset)— Thirteen Representatives. 
District No. 1— Dedham, Norwood and Westwood. Legal voters, 2,835. 1 

rep. 
No. 2— Brookline. Legal voters, 3,243. 1 rep. 
No. 3— Hyde Park. Legal voters. 2,772. 1 rep. 
No. 4— Canton and Milton. Legal voters, 2,267. 1 rep. 
No. 5— Quincy. Legal voters, 4,325. 2 rep. 
No. 6— Braintree and Weymouth. Legal voters, 4,370. 2 rep. 
No. 7— Avon, Hoi brook and Randolph. Legal voters, 2,237. 1 rep. 
No. 8— Sharon, S tough ton and Walpole. Legal voters, 2,471. 1 r€p. 
No. 9— Dover, Medfield, Millis, Needham and Wellesley. Legal voters, 2,304. 

1 rep. 
No. lO— Bellingham, Foxboro, Franklin, Medway, Norfolk and Wrenthain. 

Legal voters, 4,076. 2 rep. 

BRISTOL COUNTY— Eighteen Representatives. 
District No. 1— Attleboro, North Attleboro, Norton, Rehoboth and Seekonk. 

Legal voters, 4,663. 2 rep. 
No. 2— Easton, Mansfield and Haynham. Legal voters, 2,459. 1 rep. 
Xo. : S^-Wards 5, 7 and 8, Taunton. Legal voters, 2,252. 1 rep. 
No. 4— Wards 2, 3 and 4, Taunton. Legal voters, 2,250. 1 rep. 
No. 5— Berkley, Dighton, and Wards 1 and 6, Taunton. Legal voters, 2,237. 

1 rep. 
No. 6— Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven and Freetown. Legal voters, 2,409. 

1 rep. 
No. 7— Wards 1, 2 and 3, New Bedford. Legal voters, 4,879. 2 rep. 
No. 8 — Wards 4, 5 and 6. New Bedford. Legal voters, 5,217. 2 rep. 
No. 9— Wards 1 and 2, Fall River, and Westport. Legal voters, 3,900. 2 rep. 
No. lO— Wards 3, 4 and 5. Fall River. Legal voters. 5,402. 2 rep. 
No. 11— Wards 6, 7, 8 and 9, Fall River, and Somerset and Swansea. Legal 

voters, 6.827. 3 rep. 






QUALIFICATIONS OF VOTERS. 



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PLYMOUTH COUNTY (Including Cohasset, in Norfolk County)— Twelve Rep- 
resentatives. 
District No. 1— Kingston and Plymouth. Legal voters, 2,439. 1 rep. 
No. 2— Duxbury, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke and Scituate. Legal voters, 

2,606. 1 rep. 
No. 3— Cohasset, Hiugham and Hull. Legal voters, 2,113. 1 rep. 
No. 4 — Hanover, Hanson and Rockland. Legal voters, 2,541. 1 rep. 
No. 5 — Abington and Whitman. Legal voters, 2,874. 1 rep. 
Ko, G— Carver, Lascville, Marion, Mattapoisett, Rochester and Warehani. 

Legal voters, 2,137. 1 rep. 
No. 7— Halifax, Middleboro and Plympton. Legal voters, 2,147. 1 rep. 
No. 8— Bridgewater, East Bridgewater and West Brldgewater. Legal voters, 

2,233. 1 rep. 
No. 9— Wards 3 and 4, Brockton. Legal voters, 2,315. 1 rep. 
No. lO— Wards 1, 2 and 5, Brockton. Legal voters, 3,727. 2 rep. 
No. 11— Wards 6 and 7, Brockton. Legal voters, 2,48'J. 1 rep. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY— Three Representatives. 

and 



Sandwich. 



District No. 1— Barnstable, Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee 

Legal voters, 2,902. 1 rep. 
No. 2— Chatham, Dennis, Harwich and Yarmouth. Legal voters, 2.5G0. 1 rep. 
No. 3— Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Provincetown, Truro and Welllleet. 

Legal voters, 2,152. 1 rep. 

DUKES COUNTY— One Representative. 
District No. 1— Chilmark, Cottage City, Edgartown, Gay Head, Gosnohl, Tls 
bury and West Tisbury. Legal voters, 1,230. 1 rep. 

NANTUCKET COUNTY— One Representative. 
District No. 1— Nantucket. Legal voters, 886. 1 rep. 



QUALIFICATIONS 
VOTERS. 



OF 



Men.— A voter must be a citizen, at 
least twenty-one years old. 

He must have resided in the state 
one year, and in the city or town 
where he wishes to vote six months. 
Immediately preceding the election 
for city, town, county, state or na- 
tional officers at which he desires to 
vote. 

He must be able to read the Con- 
stitution of the Commonwealth in 
the English language, and to write 
his name, though this provision does 
not exclude those physically disqual- 
ified, nor those who were voters when 
amendment 20 was adopted, 1857, or 
were above sixty years of age at the 
time. 

Paupers and persons under guar- 
dianship cannot vote, though pauper- 
Ism does not exclude men who have 
served In the army or navy of the 
United States, In the time of war. 
and have been honorably discharged 
therefrom. 

Women. — Women may vote for 
members of the school committee on 
the same terms as those prescribed 
for men. 



NOMINATIONS. 

For the privilege of nominating 
candidates at a regularly constituted 
convention to secure places on the of- 



ficial ballot, a party must have cast 
at least three per cent, of the total 
vote at the last preceding, election. 
Through this law, only Democrats 
and Republicans can at present nom- 
inate as above. All others have to 
secure names upon a petition, thus 
obtaining places on the official ballot 
by what are called nomination pa- 
pers. For a State office the requisite 
number of names is one thousand, 
and this number Is proportionately 
reduced In city and town nomina- 
tions. In 1895 the following provi- 
sions were so far modified that a 
party which at the preceding five 
elections had cast as large a number 
of votes as was necessary to nomi- 
nate for that office might nominate 
in the same manner as those casting 
a three per cent. vote. 



CAUCUSES. 



They cannot be held other than on 
one of two consecutive dates named 
by the committee. 

The call must be at least twenty- 
one days before the date of the pro- 
posed caucus. 

No two political parties can hold 
caucuses on the same day. 

All delegates to conventions must 
be elected as above, save those to 
representative conventions, for which 
purpose caucuses may be held on one 
of two consecutive days one week 
later. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



REPUBLICAN STATE COM- 
MITTEE, 1899. .„ 

Headquarters, Devonshire Bldg., 194 

Washington St., Boston. 
Chairman— A. H. Goettiug u . 

Springfield. 
Secretary— Thomas Talbot, 

North Billerica. 
Assistant Sec.— Lemuel W. Standish, 
Stoughton. 
Treasurer— Joseph N. Peterson, 

Salem. 

Chairman Exec. Com.— Alfred S. Pin- 

kerton, Worcester. 

Chairman Fin. Com.— A. P. Gardner, 

Hamilton. 

COMMITTEE. 

Cane— Chester Snow, Harwich. 

1st Bristol— Alfred B. Williams, 

Taunton. 
2d Bristol-David F. Slade, 

Pall River. 
3d Bristol— Charles O. Brightman, 

New Bedford. 
1st Plymouth— Louis T. Gushing, 

Cohasset. 
2d Plymouth— George H. Garfield, 

Brockton. 
1st Norfolk— Frank F. Prescott, 
; Quincy. 

2d Norfolk- Lemuel W. Standish, 

Stoughton. 
1st Suffolk— George H. Dunham, 

Chelsea. 
2d Suffolk— Francis Meredith, Jr., 

Charlestown. 
3d Suffolk— Marks Berwin, Boston. 
4th Suffolk— James P. Morgan, 

Boston. 
5th Suffolk— Charles B. Woolley, 

Boston. 
6th Suffolk-Stephen M, Marshall, 

South Boston. 
7th Suffolk— Charles C. Taft, 

Boston. 
8th Suffolk— Frank W. Estey, 

Boston. 
9th Suffolk— Courtenay Guild, 

Boston. 
1st Essex— George F. Lord, Jr., 

Boston. 
2d Essex— Joseph N. Peterson, Salem. 
3d Essex— Augustus 1*. Gardner, 

Hamilton. 
4th Essex— J. Otis Wardwell, 

Haverhill. 
5th Essex— Frederick N. Abbott, 

Lawrence. 
1st Middlesex— Harvey B. May, 

Natiek. 
2d Middlesex— Thorndike Spaulding, 
Cambridge. 
3d Middlesex— Joseph H. Cullis, 

Belmont. 



4th Middlesex— Alfred E. Cox. 

Maiden. 
5th Middlesex— Caleb K. Sullivan, 

Med ford. 
Gth Middlesex— Thomas Talbot. 

North Billerica. 
7th Middlesex— George W. Poore, 

Lowell. 
Middlesex-Essex— E. C. Miller, 

Wakefield. 
1st Worcester— George W. B. Sisson, 
Worcester. 
2d Worcester— A. S. Piukerton, 

Worcester. 
3d Worcester— John A. DIckennan, 

South Ashburnham. 
4th Worcester— George It. Marble, 

Webster. 
5th Worcester — Lowell E. Fales, 

Milford. 
Berkshire — Jaines Renfrew, Adams. 
Berkshire-Hampshire — 

Charles W. Smith, Easthampton. 
Franklin-Hampshire — Dana M-alone, 
Greenfield. 
1st Hampden— A. PI. Goetting, 

Springfield. 

2d Hampden— Charles F. Ensworth, 

Westfield. 

CHAIRMEN OF TOWN AND CITY 
COMMITTEES. 

Abington— Justin Meserve, 

P. O. North Abington. 
Acton— E. Faulkner Conant. 
Acushnet— Moses S. Douglass. 
Adams— Freuerick R. Shaw. 
Aga warn— Ralph Perry, Jr. 
Alford— Charles H. Smith. 
Amesbury— John H. Pousland; 
Amherst— C. O. Parmenter 
Andover— John N. Cole. 
Arlington— Frank C. Allen. 
Ashburnham— John A. Dickerman, 

P. O. South Ashhurnham. 
Ashby— David II. Damon. 
Ashfield— George R. Fessenden. 
Ashland— John II. Balcorn. 
Athol— L. B. Fay. 
Attleboro— Alfred R. Crosby. 
Auburn— E. L. Bancroft. 
Avon— George W. Porter. 
Ayer — Warren II. Atwood. 
Barnstable — Aaron S. Crosby, - 

I*. O. Ceuterville. 
Barre— John C. Bartholomew. 
Becket— Joseph C. Ballon. 
Bedford— Edwin II. Blake. 
Belchertown— David R. Ward. 
Bellingham— Henry A. Whitney. 
Belmont— 
Berkley— Charles M. Wade, 

P. O. Myrlck's 






POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



107 



Berlin— Arthur Hastings, 

P. O. South Berlin. 
Bernardston— Alonzo Alford 
Beverly— Elbridge C. Sawyer. 
Blllerica— John A. Richardson. 
Blackstone— C. R. Day. 

P. O. Millvllle. 
Blandford— S. C. Tiffany. 
Bolton— Andrew L. Nourse. 
Boston— George N. Swallow, 

1 Beacon street. 
Bourne— Moses C. Waterhouse. 
Boxboro— M. E. Wright, 

P. O. West Acton. 
Boxford— Francis J. Stevens. 
Boylston— George R. Hastings. 

P. O. Boylston Center. 
Braintree — Charles C. Mellen, 

P. O. South Braintree. 
Brewster— R. C. Nickerson, 

P. O. East Brewster. 
Bridgewater— Adrian S. Pratt. 
Brimfield— Robert V. Sawin. 
Brockton— David W. Battles, 

428 North Main street. 
Brookfield— Frank E. Prouty. 
Brookline— Joseph Walker, 

Upland road. 
Buckland— Herbert Newell, 

P. O. Shelbume Falls. 
Burlington— Frank C. Marion, 

Box 40, Woburn. 
Cambridge— Frederick W. Dallinger. 
Canton— Thomas E. Grover. 
Carlisle— Daniel W. Bobbins. 
Carver— W. D. Shurtleff, 

P. O. North Carver. 
Charlemont— S. D. Bowker. 
Charlton— M. Daniel Woodbury. 
Chatham— George Eldridge. 
Chelmsford— Charles F. Scribner. 

P. O. North Chelmsford. 
Chelsea— Ivory R. Allen. 

2G Heard street. 
Cheshire— H. A. Northup. 
Chester— Lerov A. Wilcox. 
Chesterfield— James D. Stall. 
Chicopee— C. C. Kirkpatrick, 

P. O. Willimansett. 
Chilmark— Allen A. Flanders. 
Clarksburg— Edward W. Gleason. 
Clinton-S. Ives Wallace. 
Cohasset— Philander Bates. 
Colrain— Arthur A. Smith, 

P. O. Lyonsville. 
Concord— Henry H. Benson. 
Conway-J. B. Packard. 
Cottage City— Everett Joy. 
Cuinmington— D. E. Lyman. 
palton— M. E. Stockbridge. 
Dana— E. A. Albee. 
Darners— E. A. Learoyd. 
Dartmouth— Daniel H. Howland, 
__ P. O. South Dartmouth. 

iJedham— Robert H. O. Schulz, 

Walnut Hill. 
Deerfield— E. D. Jewett. 
Dennis— George A. Baker, 
..., , P. O. West Dennis. 

IMghton— Charles S. Chase. 
I'ouglas— Charles J. Batcheller, 
n P. O. East Douglas. 

Dover— Allen F. Smith. 



Dracut— Daniel N. Cluff, 

335 Bridge street, Lowell. 
Dudley— Eben G. Parsons, 

P. O. Webster. 
Dunstable— William P. Proctor. 
Duxbury— George P. Cushman. 
East Bridgewater — W. H. Adams. 
Easthampton— Charles W. Smith. 
Eastham— J. B. Steele, P. 0. Orleans. 
Easthampton— Charles W. Smith. 
Easton— George C. Belcher. 
Edgartown— Beriah T. Hillman. 
Egremont— Chester G. Dalzell, 

P. O. South Egremont. 
Enfield— Charles W. Felton. 
Erving— J. B. Farley, P. O. Farley. 
Essex— J. Horace Burnham. 
Everett — Charles Bruce. 
Fairhaven— D. C. Stevens. 
Fall River— Joseph O. N<>ill. 

975 Plymouth ave. 
Falmouth— William II. He wins. 
Fitchburg — Albert H. Burgess. 
Florida— Elmer D. Rice, 

P. O. Hoosac Tunnel. 
Fox boro— George F. Williams. 
Framingham— George P. Snow, 

P. O. South Framingham. 
Franklin— Frederick P. Chapman. 
Freetown— Gil bert M. Nichols. 
Gardner— Arthur P. Derby. 
Gay Head— E. D. Vanderhoop. 
Georgetown — Sherman Nelson. 
Gill— Lewis A. Hastings. 
Gloucester— Harry C. Foster, 

P. O. Magnolia. 
Goshen— Alvan Barrus. 
Gosnold— Alonzo B. Veeder, 

P. O. Cuttyhunk. 
Grafton— Oliver M. Wing, 

P. O. North Grafton. 
Granby— W. A. Taylor. 
Granvilia— M. T. Gibbons. 
Great Barrington— Frank II. Wright 
Greenfield— Franklin E. Snow. 
Greenwich— William II. Walker. 

P. U. Greenwich Village. 
Groton— George H. Bixby, 

P. O. West Groton. 
Groveland— William T. Pike. 
Hadley— Reuben Bell. 
Halifax— George W. Hay ward. 
Hamilton— George K. Kuowlton. 
Hampden— William J. Sessions. 
Hancock— O. B. Butteriield. 
Hanover— Charles K. Killam, 

P. O. Assiuippi. 
Hanson— Oscar L. Gurney. 

P. O. South Hanson. 
Hardwick— Joel L. Powers. 
Harvard — W. F. Sawyer. 
Harwich— Frank D. Underwood. 
Hatfield— C. S. Shattuck. 
Haverhill— Edward II. Hoyt, 

232 Main street. 
Hawley— Justin B. Warriner. 
Heath— I. W. Stetson, North Heath. 
Hingham — Walter L. Bouve. 
Hinsdale- C. W. Goodrich. 
Holbrook— Zenas A. French. 
Holden— Stillman F. Morse, 

P. O. Jefferson. 
Holland— Francis Wight. 



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Holliston— Erwin A. Daniels. 
Holyoke— Charles D. Colson, 

180 Chestnut street. 
Hopedale — Frank J. Dutcher. 
Hopkinton— F. E. Hulen. 
Hubbardston— Charles C. Colby. 
Hudson— Frank T. Beede. 
Hull— Alfred A. Galiano. 
Huntington— James IT. Dickinson. 
Hyde Park— Wilbur H. Powers. 
Ipswich— George Fall. 
Kingston— Galen E. Pratt, 

I'. O. North Plymouth. 
Lakeville— Nathaniel G. Staples. 
Lancaster— Frederick A. Hansford, 

P. O. South Lancaster. 
Lanesboro— E. M>. Whiting, 

P. O. Berkshire. 



Lawrence — Gilbert 



H. Kittredge, 
38 Essex street. 



Lee— A. B. Clark. 
Leicester— John P. Ashley. 
Lenox — Frank J. Barrett. 
Leominster— A. L. Whitney. 
Leverett— Charles T. Field. 
Lexington— George F. Mead. 
Leyden— C. F. Severance. 
Lincoln— Charles Stearns Wheeler. 
Littleton— R. II. Phelps. 
Longmeadow— William F. Emerson. 
Lowell— George W. Poore. 
Ludlow— Richard Tipping. 
Lunenburg— Otis B. Abercrombie. 
Lynn— George H. Sampson, 

50 Tremont street. 
Lynnfield— Oscar J. Stowell. 
Maiden— Henry E. Turner, 

3G Washington street. 
Manchester— Frank K. Hooper. 
Mansfield— L. Leslie Jones. 
Marblehead— Thomas Swasey. 
Marion— Dana M. Dustan. 
Marlboro— Harrie C. Hunter, 

132 Main street. 
Marshfield— Frank G. Damon, 

P. O. Marshfield Hills. 
Mashpee— L. Z. Amos. 
Mattapoisett— Isaiah P. Atsatt. 
Maynard— Frank H. Salisbury. 
Medfield— William Crane. 
Medford— J. W. Williams. 
Medway— Clarke P. Harding. 
Melrose — George L. Morse. 
Mendon— Edward L. Smith. 
Merrimac— Nelson P. Cummings. 
Methuen— Selwin A. Dodge. 
MIddleboro— George W. Stetson. 
Middlefield— John T. Bryan. 
Mlddleton— Matthew M. Merritt. 
Mllford— Lowell E. Fales. 
Millburv— James H. Ferguson. 
Millis— George F. Holbrook. 
Miiton-J. Walter Bradlee. 
Monroe — H. T. Goodell, 

P. O. Monroe Bridge. 
Monson— Carlos M. Gage. 
Montague— Lucas J. March, 

P. O. Turner's Falls. 
Monterey— E. D. Harmon. 
Montgomery— G. L. Moore. 
Mount Washington— Frank B. Schult. 
Nahant— Frank I?. Crocker. 
Nantucket— Arthur II. Gardner. 



Natick— William O. Cutler. 
Needham— George A. Adams. 
New Ashford— Walter P. Smith. 
New Bedford— Thomas M. Denham. 
New Braintree — Charles A. Gleason. 
New Marlboro— H. D. Sisson, 

P. O. Mill River. 
New Salem— E. L. Adams. 
Newbury— C. H. Tarbox. 
Newburyport — Thomas C. Simpson, 

G4 Lime street. 
Newton— David W. Farquhar. 
Norfolk— Edson J. Moore. 
North Adams— Nathan B. Flood. 
North Andover— L. Edgar Osgood, 

P. O. North Andover Depot. 
North Attleboro — Burrill Porter, Jr. 
North Brooktield— Geo. K. Hamant. 
North Reading— George II. Putnam. 
Northampton — Louis L. Campbell, 

78 Main street. 
Northboro — George A. Brigham. 
Northbridge— Henry T. Whitin. 
Northfield-O. L. Leach, 

P. O. North field Farms. 
Norton — William A. Lane, 

P. o. Barrowsville. 
Norwell— Horace T. Fogg. 
Norwood — Francis "O. Winslow. 
Oakham— George W. Stone. 
Orange— William L. Lathrop. 
Orleans— James F. Eldredge 
Otis— John E. Merritt, 

P. O. West Becket. 
Oxford— H. S. Joslin. 
Palmer — Charles E. Fuller. 
Paxton— Led.vard Bill. 
Peabody— Charles L. Osborn. 
Pelham— C. P. Hanson. 
Pembroke — John M. Monroe. 
Pepperell — II. C. Thurston, 

P. O. East Pepperell. 
Peru — J. & Barnes. 
Petersham — Bainbridge J. Bennett. 
Phillipston— C. Waldo Bates. 
Pittslield— Harry D. Sisson. 
Plainfield— L. A. White. 
Plymouth — William S. Kyle. 
Plympton— William H. H. Wright. 

T. O. Silver Lake. 
Prescott— J. M. Harrington. 
Princeton— Eugene R. Buck, 

P. O. West Sterling. 
Provincetown— I-Ieman S. Cook. 
Quincy— Albert G. Dolliver. 
Randolph— Frederick M. French. 
Raynhum— Frederick C. Wilbur. 
Reading— Arthur E. Roberts. 
Rehoboth— George N. Goff. 
Revere— Albert S. Rurnhani. 
Richmond— Amos G. Kilty. 
Rochester— Henry II. Bennett. 

P. O. North Rochester. 
Rockland— George II. Hunt. 
Roekport— Frederick II. Tarr. 
Rowe — Charles P.. Newell. 
Rowley — Woodbury Smith. 
Royalston— John Davis. 
Russell— Horace Parks. 
Rutland— C. W. Dodge. 
Salem— William II. Gove. 
Salisbury— 11. E. Carlisle. 
Sandislield— Edward (). Northway, 

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Sandwich— George E. White. 
Saugus— Wesley Paul, 

P. O. East Saugus. 
Savoy— John L. Cain, 

P. O. New State. 
Scituate— Ernest L. Bonney. 
SeekonK— Jerome B. Farnum, 

139 Canal street, Providence, R. I. 
Sharon— Calvin G. Coggins. 
Sheffield— Henry C. (Mark. 
Shelburne— Charles W. Hawks, 

P. O. Shelburne Falls. 
Sherborn— N. B. Douglass. 
Shirley— Jonas Longley. 
Shrewsbury— E. C. II owe. 
Shutesbury — Wm. H. Hemmenway. 
Somerset— Frank M. Trafton. 
Somerville— Charles F. Wildes, 

2 Hillside ave. 
South Hadley— Frederick M. Smith, 

P. O. South Hadley Falls. 
Southampton— Hosmer O. Strong. 
Southboro — DeCIinton Nichols. 
Southbridge— William F. Herron. 
Southwick— John Mason. 
Spencer— Frank A. Drury. 
Springfield— Edwin F. Lyford. 
Sterling— Frederick II. Bates, 

P. O. Sterling Junction. 
Stockbridge— Miles E. Dunbar. 
Stoneharn— John W. Cawley. 
Stoughton— William B. Curtis 
Stow— Francis H. Stevens, 

P. O. New Acton. 
Sturbridge — George S. Ladd. 
Sudbury— Atherton W. Rogers, 

P. O. South Sudbury 
Sunderland— Jesse L. Delano. 
Sutton— George J. Dudley, 

P. O. Millbury. 
Swampscott— Weston K. Lewis. 
Swansea— Henry O. Wood. 
Taunton — Edgar L. Grossman. 
Templeton— Charles II. Leathe, 

P. O. Otter River. 
Tewksbury— Jesse N. Trull, 

Traders' Bank, Lowell. 
Tisbury— Herbert N. Hinckley, 

P. O. Vineyard Haven 
Tolland— O. E. Slocum. 
Topsfield— Joseph B. Poor. 
Townsend— George L. Whitcomb. 
Truro— Richard A. Rich. 
Tyngsboro— W. P. Butterfield, 

18 Shattuck St., Lowell. 
Tyringham— George L. Bosworth. 
Upton— David A. Farrington, 

P. O. West Upton. 
Uxbridge— Delano E. Chase, 

P. O. Linwood. 
Wakefield— Charles B. Bowman. 
Wales— J. II. Loudon. 
Walpole — Henrv P. Plimpton. 
Waltham— George W. W hidden. 
>Vare-J. II. Sehoonmaker. 
^areham— Samuel N. Crocker— 
Warren— George Bliss. 
Warwick— Samuel Hastings. 
Washington— Kdwin II. Fames. 
Watortown— George E. Teele. 
Wayland— Chester B. Williams, 

P. O. Cochituate. 
*\ obster— F. A. Brown. 



Wellesley— Isaiah H. Farnham. 
Wellfleet— William W. Cobb. 
Wendell— George A. Fleming. 
Wenham — Simeon Dodge, Jr. 
West Boylston— Austin II. Warfield. 
West Bridgewater— B. B. Howard. 
West Brook field— Geo. II. Coolidge. 
West Newbury— H. G. Chase. 
West Springfield— Frank P. Sargent. 
P. O. Merrick. 
West Stockbridge — Charles R. Van 

Buskirk. 
West Tisbury— Ulysses E. Mayhew. 
Westboro— Bowen C. Hathaway. 
Westfiold— Frank R. Lewis. 
Westford — Herbert E. Fletcher, 

P. O. West Chelmsford. 
Westhampton— George E. Knight. 
Westminster— Frank W. Derby. 
Weston— Herbert Seaverns, 

P. O. Auburndale. 
Westport— Andrew S. Sowle, 

I*. O. Westport Point. 
Westwood— Benjamin F. White. 
Weymouth— James H. Flint. 
Whately— Charles II. Waite. 
Whitman— Julius C. Gilbert. 
Wilbraham — Jason Butler, 

P. O. North Wilbraham. 
Williamsburg— Emil II. Miller. 
Williamstown— Joseph H. Walden. 
Wilmington— Arthur O. Buck. 
Winchendon — A. R. Whitney. 
Winchester— J. Murray Marshall. 
Windsor— James L. Whipple. 
Winthrop— Charles G. Craib. 
Woburn— Herbert S. Riley, 
Worcester— Leon R. Partridge. 
Worthington— Charles F. Bates. 
Wrentham— E. J. Whitaker. 
Yarmouth— Charles W. Swift, 

P. O. Yarmouthport 

DEMOCRATIC STATE COM- 



Headquarters, 13 School St., Boston. 

Chairman— Christopher T. Callahan, 
Holyoke. 

Secretary— William S. McNary, 

Boston. 

Assistant Secretaries — Paul D. Kane, 
Boston; Charles J. Bradley, 
Charlestown. 

Treasurer— Charles D. Lewis, 

South Framingham. 

Vice-Chairmen— Robert Treat Paine, 
Jr., Boston: Daniel H. Crowley, 
Danvers; Patrick J. Daly, Bos- 
ton; John H. Mack, North 
Adams; Wm. A. Davenport, 
Greenfield. 



AT LAKOE. 



Robert Treat Paine, Jr. 
Chas. D. Lewis, 
Stephen M. Walsh, 
John II. Mack, 
Chas. P. McNabb, 
Henry Lloyd, 
Jas. E. Donoghue, 
Chris. T. Callahan, 



Boston. 

Framingham. 

Lynn. 

North Adams 

Waltliam. 

Boston. 

Lawrence. 

llolyoke. 



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J. A. Wainwright, 
James H. Mellen, 
Daniel N. Crowley, 
Harry J. Jaquith, 
Philip T. Niekerson, 
Michael M. Cunniff, 
John H. Ponce, 
Patrick J. Daly, 
Wm. S. McNary, 
Wm. H. Baker, 
A. C. Drink water, 
Chas. C. Paine. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

Middlesex-Essex— Thos 



Northampton. 

Worcester. 

Danvers. 

Wellesley. 

Boston. 

Boston 

Cambridge. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Newton. 

Braintree. 

Hyannis. 



BY DISTRICTS. 

Cape— Geo. T. McLaughlin, . 

Sandwich. 
1st Bristol— John O'Hearne, 

Taunton. 
2d Bristol— James E. Sullivan, 

Fall River. 
3d Bristol— John I. Bryant, 

Pairhaven. 
1st Plymouth— John M. Hayes, 

Abington. 
2d Plymouth— Edward Gilmore, 

Brockton. 
1st Norfolk— William B. Shea, 

Quincy. 
2d Norfolk— James M. Folan, 

Norwood. 
1st Suffolk— Thos. J. Morrison, 

Chelsea. 
2d Suffolk— Timothy F. Dugan, 

Charles town. 
3d Suffolk— Jas. E. Fitzgerald. 

East Boston. 
4th Suffolk— Timothy E. McCarthy, 

Boston. 
5th Suffolk— Wm. A. McDevitt, Jr., . 
Boston. 
6th Suffolk-Michael J. Reidy, 

South Boston. 
7th Suffolk— Edward J. McGovern, 
Dorchester. 
8th Suffolk— John F. McDonald, 

Boston. 
9th Suffolk— Daniel H. Coakley, 

.boston. 
1st Essex— George Nichols, 

Lynn. 
2d Essex— Thomas F. Donovan, 

Salem. 
3d Essex— George A. Schofield, 

Ipswich. 
4th Essex— Daniel W. Kelley, 

Haverhill. 
5th Essex— Amedee Cloutier, 

Lawrence. 
1st Middlesex— Wm. H. Holbrook, 

Fraininghain. 
2d Middlesex— Edward J. Sennett, 

Cambridge. 
3d Middlesex— Fred'k K. Gilford, 

Somerville. 
4th Middlesex— John F. Harrington, 
Maiden. 
5th Middlesex— William J. Daly, 

Winchester. 
6th Middlesex— Frank J. Simonds, 

Lowell. 
7th Middlesex— James F. Owens, 

Lowell. 



E. Dwyer, 
Wakefield. 

1st Worcester— John E. Sullivan, 

Worcester. 
2d Worcester— James F. McGovern, 

Worcester. 
3d Worcester— Frank I. Pierson, 

Leominster. 
4th Worcester— John O'Gara, 

Spencer. 
5th Worcester— Geo. P. Cooke, 

Milford. 
Berkshire— Wm. Nugent, Pittsfield. 
Berkshire-Hampshire — "Win. H. 

Gross, Lee. 
Franklin-Hampshire— Win. A. Dav- 
enport, Greenfield. 
1st Hampden— Tom FitzGibbon, 

Springfield. 
2d Hampden— George Eldridge, 

Chicopee. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Chairman— A. C. Drinkwater, 

Braintree. 
Secretary— Wm. S. McNary, Boston. 



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Boston. 

Lawrence. 

Milford. 

Lynn. 

Springfield. 

Cambridge. 



Henry Lloyd, 
James E. Donoghue, 
George P. Cooke, 
Stephen M. Walsh, 
Tom ii'itzGibbon, 
John H. Ponce, 

EX-OFFICIO. 



Chris. T. Callahan, Holyoke. 

Robert Treat Paine, J., Boston. 

Daniel N. Crowley, Danvers. 

Patrick J. Daly, Boston. 

John H. Mack, North Adams. 

William A. Davenport, Greenfield. 

Charles D. Lewis, Framingham. 

Michael M* Cunniff, Boston. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE. 

Chairman— Michael M. Cunniff, 

Boston. 
Harry J. Jaquith, Wellesley. 

Amedee Cloutier, Lawrence. 

Charles C. Paine, Hyannis. 

John O'Hearne, Taunton. 

Charles P. McNabb, Waltham. 

George T. McLaughlin, Sandwich. 

CHAIRMEN TOWN AND CITY 
COMMITTEES. 

The following list Is complete up to 
the time of going to press: 

BOSTON. 

Ward 1— James F. Nolan, 312 Paris 
street. 

Ward 2— Patrick J. Kennedy, 165 
Webster street. 

Ward 3.— John J. O'Callaghan, 8 
Tremont street. 

Ward 4— John J. Hogan, 301 Bunker 
Hill street. 

Ward 5 — Jas. II. Leary, 95 Henley 
street. 

Ward 6— Henry S. Fitzgerald, Tre- 
mont street. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



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Ward 7— John Quinn, Jr., 30 Wen- 
dell street. 

Ward 8— Edw. J. Donovan, 41 Mc- 
Lean street. 

Ward 9— John A. Kelliher, 65 Albion 
street. 

Ward 10— Wm. A. McDevitt, Jr., 74 
Fayette street. 

Ward 11— Stiles G. Welles, 43 Com- 
monwealth avenue. 

Ward 12— James F. Doyle. 33 Fabian 
street. 

Ward 13— Jere. J. McNamara, 169 
Athens street. 

Ward 14— John P. Casey, 67 K street. 

Ward 15— William S. McNary, 107 K 
street. 

Ward 16— Fred S. Gore, 57 Harvest 
street. 

Ward 17— Timothy E. McCarthy, 124 
Morlan street. 

Ward 18— Frank J. O'Toole, 13 West- 
minster street. 

Ward 19— Michael H. Cleary, 47 Co- 
nant street. 

Ward 20— P. F. McDonald, 10 Je- 
rome street. 

Ward 21— Henry P. Nann, 43 Savin 
street. 

Ward 22— Edw. C. Kelley, 193 Cen- 
tre street. 

Ward 23— John F. McDonald, 39 
Union avenue. Jamaica Plain. 

Ward 24— John P. Riley, 114 Mi not 
street. 

Ward 25— John H. Lee, 10 Parsons 
street. 

Abington, John M. Hayes. 

Acton, Edwin A. Phalen, Acton Cen- 
ter. 

Aeushnet, Abel P. R. Gil more. 

Adams, James E. Cadagon. 

Agawam, David A. Collins, Mitti- 
neague. 

Alford, Walter H. Ticknor. 

Amesbury, John S. Hanley. 

Amherst, James W. T. Davis. 

Andover, William C. Crowley. 

Arlington, W. H. Nolan. 

Ashburnham, Richard Doolan. 

Ashby. 

Ashfield, Charles A. Hall. 

Ashland, A. H. Ray. 

Athol, Cyrus M. Pierce. 

Atrleboro, George A. Sweenev. 

Auburn, A. S. Wolfe. 

Avon, John J. Collins. 

Ayer, Charles W. Mason. 

Barnstable, Lucius K. Paine. Hyan- 
nis Port. 

Barre, John S. Rice. 

Becket, P. H. Tobin. 

Bedford, Edward Walsh. 

Belohertown, William II. Bridgharn. 

Lellingham, Daniel Sullivan. 

Belmont, W. F. Grimes. 

Berkley, Julius (!. Ha.skins, My rick's. 

Berlin. A. E. Burke. 

Bernardston. Andrew J. Wood. 

Beverly, Frank A. Foster. 

Blllerlea. M. J. Coughlln, North B. 

"jackstone, Michael Tuite. 

Itlundford, II. K. Derrick. 



Bolton, Henry C. Graves. 

Boston, John H. Lee, 299 Washing- 
ton street. 

Bourne, Charles S. Raleigh. 

Boxboro, S. P. Dodge, P. O. West 
Acton. 

Boxford, Warren M. Cole, West Box- 
ford. 

Boylston. 

Bradford, now Ward 7, Haverhill. 

Brain tree, Frank W. Jackson, South 
Braintree. 

Brewster. 

Bridgewater, Henry A. Keith. 

Brimfield. Francis E. Cooke. 

Brockton, Frank Markey. 

Brookfield, Thomas E. Mulvey. 

Brookline, John J. Cusick. 

Buckland. William A. Sauer. 

Burlington, George L. Tibbetts. 

Cambridge, George A. Perkins, 7 Ev- 
erett street. 

Canton, Peter Daley. 

Carlisle, John G. Blalsdell. 

Carver, Seth A. C. Finney. 

Charlemont. 

Charlton, James I*. Malum. 

Chatham, Albert E. Snow. 

Chelmsford, James 1'. Dunnigan. 

Chelsea, D. H. Tyrrell, Sixth street. 

Cheshire, John R. Cole. 

Chester, James J. Harrington. 

Chesterfield, Monroe Todd. 

Chieopee, John Kearns. 

Chilmark, Henry II. Allen, Squib- 
nocket. 

Clarksburg, James Armstrong. 

Clinton, D. I. Walsh. 

Cohasset, Joseph St. John. 

Colraiu, N. F. Shippee, Griswold- 
ville. 

Concord, Stedman Buttrick. 

Conway,*A. J. Patterson. 

Cottage City, Elmer E. Landers. 

Cummington, John Bicknell. 

Dalton, E. A. Hallie. 

Dana, I. T. Shattuck. f 

Danvers, T. J. Curtis. 

Dartmouth, Capt. George O. Baker, 
South Dartmouth. 

Dedham, James F. Clark. 

Deerfleld, Max Eninger. 

Dennis. Edmund Matthews. » 

Dighton, Daniel H. Waldron, No. 

Dighton. \ 

Douglas, E. N. Jencks, East Doug- 
las. 

Dover, James B. Coughlin. 

Dracut, James J. McMannon. 

Dudley, Joseph J. Gillis. 

Dunstable, Freeman L. Robbins, Hol- 
lis Depot, N. H. 

Duxbury, Alfred E. Green. 

East Bridgewater, Geo. W. Allen. 

Eastham. j 

Easthampton, Thomas F. Kelley. 

Easton, Hugh Harlow, North Easton. 

Edgnrtown, S. P. Collin. 

Egremont, William E. Bolce. 

Enfield, W. F. Howe. 

Erving, A. B. Parker, Miller's Falls. 

Essex, Everett B. James. 



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Everett, Thomas J. Boynton, 60 
Summer street. 

Falrhaven, George H. Palmer, New 
Bedford. 

Fan River, P. J. Doyle, 37 Peckhara 
street. 

Falmouth, E. E. G. Swift. 

Foxboro, W. A. Furgeson. 

Florida, Nathan Kemp. 

Fitchburg, Napoleon J. Oadorette. 

Framingham, Michael F. Sheedy, 
Saxonville. 

Franklin, Dennis J. O'Sullivan. 

Freetown. 

Gardner, Thomas E. Cody, So. Gard- 
ner. 

Gay Head. 

Georgetown, J. H. Scates. 

Gill. 

Gloucester. 

Goshen, John O. Warner. 

Gosnold, Josiah Tilden. 

Grafton, Chas. M. Batchelder. 

Granby, George F. Eastman. 

Granville, Edgar B. Holcomb. 

Great Barrington, Henry T. Shulfelt. 

Greenfield, Frank J. Lawler. 

Greenwich, Henry W. Smith. 

Groton, F. A. Sherwinn. 

Groveland, Edward McCormack. 

Hadley, Frank S. Bell. 

Halifax, Charles Morrill. 

Hamilton, Thomas Robinson. 

Hampden, T. W. Speight. 

Hancock, D. R. Bentley. 

Hanover, Joseph A. Richardson. 

Hanson, Otis L. Bouncy. 

Hardwick, John F. Green, Gilbert- 
ville. 

Harvard, Edward Maynard. 

Harwich, James O. Hulse, Jr. 

Hatfield, D. P. McGrath. 

Haverhill, Daniel A. Maguire, 23 
Water street. 

Hawley. 

Heath, A. R. Churchill. 

Hingham, Michael T. Keating. 

Hinsdale, S. M. Raymond. 

Holbrook, Michael T. McLaughlin. 

Holden, William H. Walker. 

Holland. 

Holliston, Edward M. Hall. 

Holyoke, Edward Leonard, 7 Hamp- 
shire street. 

Hopedale, George P. Sheldon. 

Hopkinton, Allen W. Pierce. 

Hudson, John I). McGrath. 

Hudson, John D. McGrath. 

Hull. 

Huntington, Arthur W. Gibbs. 

Hyde Park, George II. Foley. 

Ipswich, John W. Nourse. 

Kingston, Patrick O'Brien. 

Lakevllle, Fred J. Clarke. 

Lancaster. 

Lanesboro, S. L. Northrup. 

Lawrence, Paul Hannagan. 

Lee, William II. Gross. 

Leicester. John E. Russell. 

Lenox, Timothy j,. Dunn. 

Leominster, Frank I. Plerson. 

Leverett, Charles Lnwton. 

Lexington, Daniel J. Vaughan, 

Ley den. 



Lincoln, Francis R. Jones. 

Littleton, George Patch. 

Longmeadow. 

Lowell, J. Joseph O'Connor, Rooms 
3 and 4 Associate Building. 

Ludlow, Henry E. Quinn, 

Lunenburg. 

Lynn, Stephen M. Walsh, 8G Sum- 
mer street. 

Lynnfiold. Samuel W. Phillips. 

Maiden, John F. Harrington. 

Manchester, Fjank P. Knight. 

Mansfield, George L. Foster. 

Marblehead, John F. Williams. 

Marion. 

Marlboro, John T. Fay, 0G Bolton 
street. 

Marshfield, Charles L. Tilden. 

Mashpee. 

Mattapoisett. 

Maynard, B. F. Johnson. 

Medfield, George II. Chase. 

Medford, Michael A. Hernan. 

Med way, John F. Reardon. 

Melrose, George E. Carbee. 

Mendon. 

Merrimac, Bailey Sargent. 

Methuen, James IT. Curran. 

Middleboro, Walter M. Snow. 

Middlefield. 

Middleton. B. T. MeGlautlin. 

Milford, Martin D. Buckley. 

Milibury, Thomas H. Sullivan. 

Millis. J. S. Foisom. 

Milton, Maurice A. Duffy. 

Monroe, William W. Follett. 

Monson. Eugene S. Howlett. 

Montague, Ralph L. Atherton, Tur- 
ner's Fa-lls. 

Monterey, B. E. Tyron. 

Montgomery, C. A? Williams. 

Mount Washington, < >. C. Whitbeck 

Xahant, T. Dexter Johnson. 

Nantucket,- -William T. Devlan 

Natick, Milton E. Smith. 

New Bedford, Charles T. Luce, 111 
Hillman street. 

New Ashford. 

Needham, Colin Rae, Highlandville. 

New Braintree. 

Newbury, Horace F. Longfellow, By- 
field. 

Newburyport, Arthur Withington. 

New Marlboro, A. C. Lock wood, Mill 
River. 

New Salem. Eugene Bullard, 

Newton, John W. Hoar, Newtonville. 

Norfolk, Cornelius J. Murphy 

North Adams, T. J. Crowley. 

Northampton, Alfred G. Carley, 177 
Main street. 

North Andover, A. P. Chlckerine. 

North Attleboro, John T. Joyce 

Northboro, Noah Wadsworth. 

Noithbrldge, James Kearnan, Whit 
insville. 

North Brooklield Fred M. Ashbv. 

Northflold, Dr. R. o. Ward 

North Reading, T. W Sell" 

Norton Owen Walker, Chartlev. 

Norwell. 

Norwood, James M. Folan. 

Oakham, N. C. Needham. 

Orange. E. W. Hodges. 



POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



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Orleans, George L. Chandler. 

Otis, M. A. Day. 

Oxford, Patrick Foster. 

Palmer, Ii. F. Twlss. 

Paxton, John A. Brown. 

Peabody, Warren A. Galencia. 

Pelham, John A. Page, Box 303, Am- 
herst. 

Pembroke, Joseph Chandler, Bryant- 
ville. 

Pepperell, George A. Mahony. 

Pern, C. M. Hathaway. 

Petersham, J. II. Gafney. 

Phillipston, R. E. Lane. 

Pittsfield, James W. Synan, South 
Church street. 

Plalnfield. 

Plymouth, Nathaniel G. Lannon. 

Plympton, George W. Randall. 

Prescott, James D. Barnes. 

Princeton. 

Provlncetown, J. n. Dearborn. 

Quincy, Michael T. Sullivan, 27 Main 
street. 

Randolph, Patrick H. McLaughlin. 

Raynham, T. J. Lincoln. 

Reading, Bonnie F. Flanders. 

Rehoboth, Samuel O. Morton. 

Revere, Daniel F. Clifford. 

Richmond, William H. Sherrell. 

Rochester, John M. Morse. 

Rockland, Isaac Markes. 

Rockport. 

Rowe, P. P. Chilcott. 

Rowley, Charles II. Perley. 

Royalston, George E. Pierce. 

Russell, Robert L. Parks. 

Rutland, F. G. Bartlett. 

Salem, Thomas L. Davis, G5 Essex 
street. 

Salisbury, John Cilley. 

Sandisfield, Charles F. Claflin, Mont- 
ville. 

Sandwich, George T. McLaughlin. 

Saugus, Isaac E. Graves. 

Savoy, F. C. Bourne. 

Scituate, John J. Ford. 

Seekonk, Olney Greene. 

Sharon, Timothy F. Quinn. 

Sheffield, W. II. Dresser. 

Shelburne, J. E. Brown. 

Sherborn, Paul W. Ilolbrook. 

Shirley, William J. Walsh. 

Shrewsbury. 

Shutesbury, Peter F. Hawthorn- 
waite. 

Somerset, John Harrington. 

Somerville, James W. Kenny, 4 Con- 
cord avenue. 

Southampton, Michael Norris. 

Southhoro, John A. Salmon. 

Southbridge, J. M. Olney. 

South Iladley, Myron II. Judd. 

Southwiek, C. J. Root. 

Spencer, John O'CJara. 

Springfield, Thomas Coughlin. 

Sterling, George F. Herbert. 

Stockbridge, Julius O. Jacot. 

Stoneham, Herbert G. Daley. 

otoughton, Henry F. Francis. 

Stow, P. w. Packard. 
8 



Sturbrldge, John Day. 
Sudbury, Thomas F. O'Neil. 
Sunderland, R. A. Graves. 
Sutton, B. Frank King. 
Swampscott, Andrew Olsen. 
Swansea. 

Taunton, Richard P. Coughlin. 
Tewksbury, James Fairgraves. 
Templeton, I. W. Hutchins, 
winville. 



Bald- 



Tisbury, Euerene T. Walker. 

Tolland, Wellington F. Hall. 

Topsfleld, C. A. S. Kneelnnd. 

Townsend, Henry B. Boynton. 

Truro. James E. Brown. 

Tyngsboro, L. T. Braddon. 

Tyrlnghnm, L. B. Moore. 

Upton, William W. True. 

IJxbridge, Arthur E. Seagrave. 

Wakefield, Donald M. Houston. 

Wales, J. H. Laudan. 

Walpole, Patrick H. Tobln, 

Waltham, Charles F. McNabb. 

Ware. John J. Kidgell. 

Wareham. John H. Allen. 

Warren, William J. Taygan. 

Warwick, W. K. Taylor. 

Washington, Charles B. Saunders. 

Watertown, G. Fred Robinson. 

Wayland, Thomas W. Frost. 

Webster, Joseph N. Love. 

Wellesley, Georpre W. Smith. 

Wellfleet, James Chandler. 

Wendell, N. D. Plumb. 

Wenham. 

Westboro, T. H. Reilly. 

West Boylston, Joseph Maguire. 

West Bridgwater. 

West Brookfield, John Morrill. 

Westfield, William Ensign. 

Westford, Nelson L. Tuttle. 

Westhampton, A. K. Chapman. 

Westminster, S. F. Lamb. 

West Newbury, Daniel Cooney. 

Weston. 

Westport. Eli Handy, South West- 
port. 

West Springfield, John J. Lysaght, 
Mittineague. 

West Stockbridge, L. Chamberlain. 

West Tisbury, H. H. Lovell, No. Tis- 
bury. 

Weymouth, John B. Whalan. 

Whately, S. W. Allls. 

Whitman. Zenas lVterson. 

Wilbraham, Felix Boyle. 

Williamsburg, E. P. Larkln, Hayden 
ville. 

Williamstown, James Grady. 

Wilmington, John Greenfield. 

Winchendon, James J. Hunt. 

Winchester, William J. Daley. 

Windsor, O. G. Pierce. 

Winthrop, George C. Marden. 

Woburn, Michael J. Kennedy. 

Worcester, John II. Meagher, 10 
Pearl street. 

Worthlngton, Eugene Bartlett. 

W rent ham. 

Yarmouth, Seth Taylor w Yarmouth 
port. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



MASS. PROHIBITION STATE 
COMMITTEE, 1899. 

Headquarters, Tremont Temple, Bos- 
ton. 

Chairman— Rev. A. B. Coats, 

Beverly. 

VIce-Chalrman— Wlllard O. Wylle, 

Beverly. 

Secretary— F. W. Clark, Boston. 

Treasurer— Herbert M. Small, 

BaldwinsviHe. 



AT LARGE. 

Herbert L. Chipman, 
Thomas A. Prlssell, 
John L. Kilbon, 
John M. Fisher, 
Charles A. Chace, 
William S. Swift, 
Willard O. Wylle, 
Wilbur D. Moon, 
George D. Crittenden, 
Hubbard Lawrence, 
Alfred W. Richardson, 
Edward Kendall, 
Henry C. Smith, 
Frank M. Forbush, 
William H. Partridge, 
Rev. Arthur H. Blair, 
Allen Coffin, 
Rev. Geo. C. Larimer, 
Rev. Rufus B. Tobey, 
Edwin Sawtell, 
Seth Weston, 
Rev. Wm. A. Thurston, 
Rev. Charles A. Crane, 
H. M. Small, 
W. W. Nash, 



Sandwich. 

Hinsdale. 

Lee. 

Attleboro. 

Swansea. 

Tisbury. 

Beverly. 

Lynn. 

Buckland. 

Palmer. 

Springfield. 

Cambridge 

Williamsburg. 

Natick. 

Newton. 

Marlboro. 

Nantucket. 

Brookline. 

Wollaston. 

Brockton. 

Chelsea. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Baldwinsville 

Worcester. 



BY SENATORIAL DISTRICTS. 

Cape— J. T. Docking, West Dennis. 
N. P. Baker, Falmouth. 

Berkshire— Geo. W. Andrews, 

Dalton. 
John Bascom, Williamstown. 

Berkshire-Hampshire— Wilbur M. 

Purrington, Haydenville. 

M. Madsen, South Hadley Falls. 
1st Bristol— Charles A. Chace, 

Swansea. 
P. D. Conant, Fall River. 

3rd Bristol— John Allen, 

New Bedford. 
1st Essex— Edward F. Dwyer, 

Lynn. 
Charles E. Bishop, Lynn. 

2nd Essex- 
Sidney Perley, Salem. 
3rd Essex— J. C. Stanley, 

Newburyport. 
D. W. Friend, Manchester. 

4th Essex— Jacob Spaulding, 

Salisbury. 
Frank N. Rand, Haverhill. 

5th Essex— Varnum Lincoln, 

Andover. 
Warren F. Taylor, Lawrence. 



Middlesex-Essex— George E. 

Batchelder, Lynnfield. 

Ephraim Perce, Cliftondale. 

1st Hampden— O. A. Parent, 

Bondville. 
H. N. Penfleld, Springfield. 

2nd Hampden— 

Westfield. 
F. H. Norton, Chicopee. 

1st Norfolk— John R. Anderson, 

Wollaston. 
George W. Dyer, E. Weymouth. 
2nd Norfolk— Horace Mann, 

Walpole. 

Chas. W. Hodges, Foxboro. 

1st Plymouth— David P. Matthews, 

2d, Hull. 

2nd Plymouth— G. A. Grant, 

Mlddleboro. 

1st Middlesex— E. O. Burdon, 

Newton. 

Edward C. Wilder, Boston. 

2nd Middlesex— James Hicks, 

Cambridge. 
3rd Middlesex— Garrett Beekman, 

Somerville. 
4th Middlesex— Wm. F. Merrill, 

Maiden. 
5th Middlesex— J. Wesley Doe, 

Med ford. 
W. W. Fairbanks, Marlboro. 

Cth Middlesex— George F. Clark, 

W. Acton. 

Quincy Adams, Townsend. 

7th Middlesex— L. F. Wood, Lowell. 

Francis Day, Chelmsford. 

Franklin-Hampshire— Joseph Lamb, 

Greenfield. 

A. Favette Warner, Sunderland. 

1st Suffolk— M. S. Fiskett, Chelsea. 

2nd Suffolk— Wm. H. Park, 

Charlestown. 

Charles A. Abbott, Charlestown. 
3rd Suffolk— F. W. Clark, Boston. 

4th Suffolk— Mrs. L. A. Morrison, 

Boston. 
Alonzo F. Doe, Boston. 

5th Suffolk— Abljah Hall, Boston. 
Gth Suffolk— Clarence F. Palmer, 

Boston. 

7th Suffolk— Alexander Mills, 

Boston. 
8th Suffolk— Ezra Mclntyre, 

Boston. 
John R. Hague, Boston. 

9th Suffolk— Samuel B. Shapleigh, 

Boston. 
1st Worcester— W. W. Nash, 

Worcester. 
Charles E. Burnliam, Worcester. 
2nd Worcester— A. It. Powers, 

Bolton. 
3rd Worcester— W. Scott Ward, 

Athol. 
H. F. Cowell, Ashburnham. 

4th Worcester— Alexander Dight, 

Webster. 
5th Worcester— Jesse H. Smith, 

Grafton. 
C. D. Albro, Milford. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



COMMISSIONERS OF OTHER STATES. 

Appointed by other states and territories to take testimony and acknowledg- 
ment of deeds for use and recording in said states,.etc. 



ALABAMA. 

E. 'E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 

ALASKA. 

Cbas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

ARIZONA. 

Chas. H. Adams. 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 

ARKANSAS. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
E, E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

CALIFORNIA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wasb. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 

COLORADO. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

CONNECTICUT. 

Chas. H.Adams. 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones. 61 Court St., Boston 
Fred W. Wood, 13 School St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrev. 23 Court St.. i Boston 
Moses S. Case," 113 Devonshire St., 
Boston. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Horace S. Bacon, Lowell 

Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 

FLORIDA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
Horace S. Bacon, Lowell 

GEORGIA. 

r has. H.Adams. 23 Court St., Boston 
s - Jennison. 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

IDAHO. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
£• Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
r-uw. J. Jones, 61 Court St.. Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St.. Boston 



ILLINOIS. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 

Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 



INDIANA. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 



IOWA. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St. 
S. Jennison, 186 Wasb. St., 
Arthur It. Torrey, 23 Court St., 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St. 



Wheeler H. Hall/ 



Boston 
Boston 
Boston 
Boston 
Springfield 



KANSAS. 



Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 

Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 
E.E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 

Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

Horace Sargent Bacon, Lowell 

KENTUCKY. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

Edw. J. Jones. 61 Court St., Boston 

S. Jennison. 186 Wasn. St., Boston 



LOUISIANA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 

MAINE. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
E. E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 
Walter D. Buck, 53 State St., Boston 
Geo. R. Swasey, 30 Court St., Boston 
V. P. Weston, 85 Devonshire St., 

Boston 
H. W. Ogden, 839 Tremont Bldg., 

Boston 
Levi C. McKinstry, Haverhill 

Horace S. Bacon, Lowell 

M. Perry Sargent, Merrlmac 

Arthur R. Torrev. 23 Court St.. Boston 
Samuel K. Hamilton, . Wakefield 



MARYLAND. 

Chas. IT. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 

Edw. .7. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 

Fred W. Wood, 13 School St., Boston 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



MICHIGAN. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
C. H. Bissell, 303 Sears Bldg., Boston 
S. Jennlson, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 
Caleb Saunders, Lawrence 

Benjamin Walker, Lowell 

Elliott H. Peabody, Worcester 

Arthur It. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

MINNESOTA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 

MISSOURI. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

S. Jennlson, 1SG Wash. St., Boston 

Edw. J. Jones. Gl Court St., Boston 

Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

MONTANA. 

Chas. H.Adams. 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 180 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
C. H. Bissell, 203 Sears Bldg., Boston 

NEBRASKA. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 1SG Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 

NEVADA. 

S. Jennlson, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Wm. P. Fowler, 931 Tremont Bldg., 

Boston 
F. E. Barnard. 244 Wash. St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, (51 Court St., Boston 
E. 'E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 
B. M. Fernald, 28 State St., Boston 
T. J. Morrison, 39 Court St., Boston 
Geo. R. Swasey, 30 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
Frank C. Hyde, 31 Milk St., Boston 
Aug. II. Read, 20 Devonshire St., 

Boston 
Nathaniel C. Bartlett 
Horace S. Bacon, 
George W. Cate, 
Geo. A. Emerson, 
Elliott II. Peabody, 
M. Perry Sargent, 
Ithamar B. Sawtell, 
Frank B. Spa Iter, 
George M. Whitney, 

NEW JERSEY. 

Chas. II. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Birney C. Parsons, GOl Scars Bldg., 

Boston 
Aug. H. Read, 20 Devonshire St., 

Boston 



Haverhil 

Lowell 

Amesbury 

Everett 

Worcester 

Merrimac 

Townsend 

Winchendon 

Winchendon 



S. Jennlson, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 



NEW MEXICO. 

Chas. H.Adams. 23 Court St. 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., 

NEW YORK. 



Boston 
Boston 



Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, ISO Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 

D. C. Robinson, 241 W. Newton, Boston 
George R. Swasey. Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

E. E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 
Elliott H. Peabody, Worcester 
Horace D. Chapin, 50 State St., 

Boston 
Clarence II. Bissell, 303 Sears Bldg., 

Boston 
Aug. II. Read, 20 Devonshire St., 

Boston 
A. C. Collins, Great Barrington 

Geo. C. Warner, Great Barrington 
Thomas Post, Lenox 

Eliot D. Stetson, New Bedford 

Sanborn Gove Tenney, Williamstown 
Horace Sargent Bacon, Lowell 



Wendell II. Cobb, 
David F. Slade. 
John F. Van Deusen, 
Ralph W. Ellis, 
Henry A. King, 
Francis N. Thompson, 



New Bedford 
Fall River 
Pittsfiold 
Springfield 
Springfield 
Greenfield 



, NORTH CAROLINA. 

Chas. H.Adams. 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 

OHIO. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 186 Wash. St.. Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 
Arthur II. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

OKLAHOMA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

OREGON. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennlson, 180 Wash. St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
E. (E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Chas. II. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 180 Wash. St.. Boston 
E. E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sq., Boston 
Horace S. Bacon, Lowell 

Fred W. Wood, 13 School St., Boston 
Arthur It. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
David F. Slade, Fall River 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Chas. II. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 180 Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 
E. E.Young, 30 Pemberton Sep, Boston 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



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SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 01 Court St., Boston 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 

TENNESSEE. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

TEXAS. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 1SG Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 
Arthur II. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
E.E.Young, 30 Peinberton Sq., Boston 

UTAH. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 

VERMONT. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 1SG Wash. St., Boston 
O. C. Stevens, 53 Devonshire St., 

Boston 

VIRGINIA. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, 61 Court St., Boston 

WASHINGTON. 

Chas. H.Adams. 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

C. II. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., 

Boston 

WISCONSIN. 

C. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 18G Wash. St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
P. H. Pearl, 83 Merrimac St., 

Haverhill 

WYOMING. 

Chas. II. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
S. Jennison, 1SG Wash. St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 
Edw. J. Jones, Gl Court St., Boston 

PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
E.^B. Young, 30 Pemnerton Sq., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St. .Boston 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Chas. H.Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 
Arthur R. Torrey, 23 Court St., Boston 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

Joseph H. Guillet, Lowell 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Chas. H. Adams, 23 Court St., Boston 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Chas. H. Adams,* 23 Court St., Boston 



COMMISSIONERS FOR MASSACHUSETTS APPOINTED BY 
THE GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS AND RESID- 
ING IN OTHER STATES. 



CALIFORNIA. 

George T. Knox, San Francisco 

Jas. L. King, San Francisco 

John McDonald, Pasadena 

CONNECTICUT. 
John C. HolHster, New Haven 



William J. McConville, 
L, W. Cleaveland. 



Hartford 
New Haven 



COLORADO. 
H. Le B. Wills, Colorado Springs 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



Charles S. Bundy, 
Rudolph H. Evans, 
John E. Mitchell, 
Anson S. Tyler, 
Herbert A. Gill, 



ILLINOIS. 



^Irt E. Humphrey, 
Murk A. Foote, 
kilns S. Wlllard, 



Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 



Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 



LOUISIANA. 



John G. Eustis, 
Moloney C. Soniat, 



Orleans Parish 
New Orleans 



MARYLAND. 

J. Kemp Bartlett, Baltimore 

Abraham H. Fisher, Baltimore 

W. H. H. Raleigh, Baltimore 

Henry C. Mathieu, Baltimore 

Philip H. Hoffman, Baltimore 

G. Evett Reardon, Baltimore 

NEW YORK. 

Thomas B. Clifford, New York City 

Edwin F. Corey, New York City 

William F. Lett, New York City 

Vincent Rosemon, New York City 

Thomas Kilvert, New York City 

George II. Corey, New York City 

Eleazer Jackson, Now York City 

John A. Hillery, Now York City 

J. Lynch Pcndergast, New York City 

Thomas W. Folsom, New York City 

Isador J. Pocher, New York City 

Isaac E. Garvey, New York City 



118 

Joseph B. Braman, New 

Peter F. Callahan, New 

Rufus K. McHarg, New 

Samuel B. Goodale, New 

Charles E. Mills, New 

Spencer C. Doty, New 

Alfred Mackay, New 
Henry Ballantyne, 
William Johnson, 

NORTH CAROLIN 

Thomas A. Jones, 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



York City 
York City 
York City 
York City 
York City 
York City 
York City 
Brooklyn 
Buffalo 

A. 

Ashevllle 



Joseph T. 



OHIO. 

Harrison, 



Cincinnati 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Charles W. Sparhawk, 
Kinler J- Tener, 
George W. Hunt, 
Samuel L. Taylor, 
Thomas J. Hunt, 
Edward H. Cloud, 
Williain F. Robb, 
Wm. A. Shryock, 



Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Philadelphia 
Pittsburg 
Philadelphia 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Alex. O'D. Taylor, 
Oilman E. Jopp, 
William H. Gooding, 



Newport 

Providence 

Central Falls 



COMMISSIONERS TO QUALIFY CIVIL OFFICERS. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



Alfred Crocker, 
George H. Cash, 
Simeon F. Letteney, 
Smith K. Hopkins. 
William H. Knowles, 
Tully Crosby, 
Edward E. Crowell, 
Thomas Howes. 
James B. Hopkins, 
William Nye. 
Nathaniel Robblns, 
James Glfford, 
Frederic S. Pope, 
John H. Stevens, 
Smith K. Hopkins, 



Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Barnstable 

Brewster 

Brewster 

Dennis 

Dennisport 

Dennlsport 

Falmouth 

Harwich 

Provincetown 

•Sandwich 

Sandwich 

Barnstable 



BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

A. Chalkley Collins, Great Barrington 
Herbert C. Joyner, Great Barrington 
Frank H. Wright, Great Barrington 



George French, 
Robert W. Adam, 
Charles W. Strong, 
Edward T. Slocum, 
Henry W. Taft, 



North Adams 
Pittsfleld 
Pittsfietd 
Pittsfleld 
Pittsfleld 



BRISTOL COUNTY. 



James L. Glllingham, 
Josiah C. Blaisdell, 
Simeon Borden, 
Henry H. Ernie, 
Charles E. Manchester, 
M. G. R. Swift. 
Alex. McL. Goodspeed, 
Wendell H. Cobb. 
Mayhew R. Hitch, 
John T. Tillinghast, 
William H. P. Walker, 
Thomas J. Lothrop, 
Frederic E. Fiske, 
George F. Pratt. 
George A. Washburne, 
Charles L. Godfrey, 



Falrhaven 

Fall River 

Fall River 

Fall River 

Fall River 

Fall River 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

Taunton 

Taunton 

Taunton 

Taunton 

Taunt en 



DUKES COUNTY. 

Charles G. M. Dunham, Edgartown 
John E. White. Edgartown 

Littleton C. Wlmpenney, Edgartown 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



Isaac II. Edgett, 
William H. Morgan, 
Albert C. Andrews, 
Ira A. Abbott, 
William E. Blunt, 
William W. Roberts, 
George R. Lord, 
Walter R. Rowe, 
James H. Eaton, 
Nathan M. Hawkes, 
Rufus Kimball, 
Dean Peabody, 
James P. Hale, 
John C. M. Bagley, 
Henri N. .Woods, 
John M. Raymond, 
Ezra L. Woodbury, 
David B. Kimball, 
James P. Hale, 



Beverly 
Beverly 

Gloucester 

Haverhill 

Haverhill 

Haverhill 

Ipswich 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Lvnn 

Lynn 

Lynn 

Lynn 

Newbury port 

Rockport 

Salem 

Salem 

Salem 

Salem 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Ansel L. Tyler, 
Francis M. Thompson. 
Chester C. Conant, 
Edward E. Lyman, 
Clifton L. Field, 
Edward A. Goddard, 
Edward C. Fowler, 
George W. S. Ide, 



Charlemont 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Orange 

Orange 

Orange 



HAMrDEN COUNTY. 



Charles A. Birnie, 
Charles L. Long, 
Robert O. Morris, 
Samuel B. Spooner, 
James It. Wells, 
William B. Mahoney, 
Chester H. Abbe, 
John H. Ashley, 



Longmeadow 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Springfield 

Westfleld 

Westfield 

Westfleld 



HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 



Hubbard M. Abbott, 
William H. Clapp, 
Jairus E. Clark, 
William P. Strickland, 
William S. Hyde, 
Charles E. Stevens, 



Northampton 
Northampton 
Northampton 
Northampton 
Ware 
Ware 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 
Clark A. Batcheldtr, Ayer 



PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS. 



Charles E. Morrison, 
Edward A. Willard, 
John W. Pettengill, 
Frederick M. Esty, 
George D. Brighain, 
Horace S. Bacon, 
Charles A. Grant, 
Charles C. Hutchinson, 
Samuel P. Hadley, 
William F. Hills, 
Charles S. Lllley, 
John F. Rogers, 
James F. Savage, 
William C. Dillingham, 
Samuel H. Folsom, 



Ayer 

Cambridge 
Maiden 
Framingham 
Groton 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Lowell 
Maiden 
Winchester 



NANTUCKET COUNTY. 

Andrew M. Myrlck, Nantucket 

Henry Paddack, Nantucket 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 
Jonathan Cobb, Dedham 

Charles H. Smith, Dedham 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 
Herbert H. Boynton, Abington 

Charles A. Cole, Scituate 

Andrew M. Wood, Middleboro 

Augustus T. Jones, Brockton 

DeWitt C. Packard, Brockton 

Benj. W. Harris, East Bridgewater 
James D. Thurber, Plymouth 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 
William M. Olin, Boston 

Joseph A. Willard, Boston 



Edward A. Willard, 
Andrew J. Bailey, 
Edwin A. Wadleigh, 



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Boston 
Boston 
Boston 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 
Lilley B. Caswell, Athol 

Thomas H. Goodspeed, Athol 

George W. Horr, Athol 

Andrew J. Hamilton, Athol 

James F. Davis, Barre 

Charles H. Follansby, Barre 

Harrison Bailey, Fitchburg 

Charles E. Ware, Fitchburg 

Charles B. Boyce, Gardner 

Charles I). Burrage, Gardner 

G. B. Williams, Milford 

Jesse A. Taft, Milford 

Frank A. Smith, North Brookfield 

Chas. E. Batcheller, North Brookfield 
Andrew J. Bartholomew, Southbrldge 



Calvin A. Paige, 
Edward M. Bliss, 
Emerson Stone, 
Silas A. Greenwood, 
Edwin S. Merrill, 
Frank B. Spalter, 
Charles A. Chase, 
John A. Dana, 
William T. Harlow, 
Theodore S. Johnson, 
William W. Macomber, 
Elliott H. Peabody, 
Nathaniel Paine, 
A. B. R. Sprague, 
Harvey B. Wilder, 



Southbridge 

Spencer 

Spencer 

WInchendon 

Wlnchendon 

WInchendon 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 

Worcester 



PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 
Thomas C. Day, Barnstable 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

Frank H. Cande, Pittsfleld 

Sanborn G. Tenney, Williamstown 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 



James L. Gillingham, 
Charles L. Baker, 
Ebenezer W. Peirce, 
Albert E. Clarke, 
Joseph I. da Terra, 
Wendell H. Cobb. 
George F. Tucker, 
Henry J. Fuller, 



Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Freetown 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

New Bedford 

Taunton 



DUKES COUNTY. 
John N. Pierce, Edgartown 

Samuel Keniston, Edgartown 



ESSEX COUNTY. 



John W. Porter, 
David W. Low, 
Thomas H. Fuller, 
John S. Gile, 
Howard M. Newhall, 
E. F. P. Smith, 
John Ingram, 
Philip K. Lunt, 



Danvers 

Gloucester 

Gloucester 

Lawrence 

Lynn 

Lynn 

Lynn 

Newburyport 



Wm. F. M. Collins, Salem 

*FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Wm. M. Smead, Greenfield 

HAMPDEN COUNTY. 

Charles H. Heywood, Holyoke 

William Slattery, Holyoke 

Alfred M. Copeland, Springfield 

James G. Dunning, Springfield 

Albert F. Folsom, Springfield 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 

Samuel L. Parsons, Northampton 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Frederick W. Dallinger, Cambridge 

Jabez A. Sawyer, Cambridge 
Wilbert D. Farnham, Jr., Cambridge 

James W. Brooks, Lowell 

George II. Stevens, Lowell 

George II. Fall, Maiden 

Sidney M. Buttrick, Melrose 

Charles M. Ludden, Waithara 

Samuel H. Folsom, Winchester 



NORFOLK COUNTY. 



Horace B. Chapin, 
Henry B. Terry, 



Brookllne 
Hyde Park 



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PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 
Loyed E. Chamberlain. Brockton 

Samuel Stetson. Duxbury 

Ezekiel K. Studley, Rockland 

Wm. P. Corthell,* Soutb Abington 
Charles B. Snow, Whitman 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

James Ballantyne, 

23S0 Washington St.. Boston 
John A. Bennett, 53 Tremont, Boston 
H. Burr Crandall, 16 Pemberton Sq., 

Boston 
Josiah S. Dean. 28 State St., Boston 
Geo. A. Fisher. 5 Park Sq., Boston 
Francis P. Murphy, 74S Tremont. 

Boston 
Lewis K. Morse, 53 State, Boston 



Henry Parkman, 53 State. 

Room 1004. Boston 
Joseph N. Pastene, 5 Tremont, 

Boston 
James Schouler, 60 Congress St., 

Boston 
Theo. H. Tyndale, 42 Court St.. 

Boston 
Wm. G. Waitt. 31 Milk St., Buston 
Edward A. McLoughlin, Boston 

John W. Ramsay, Boston 

William T. A. Fitzgerald. Bustun 

WORCESTER COUNTY. 



Arthur A. Simmons, 
Charles F. Aldrich, 
James Green, 
T. Hcvey Gage, Jr., 



Grafton 
Worcester 
Worcester 
Worcester 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS. 

Each medical examiner in Suffolk county receives £4,000 from the county 
for services rendered, and the associate receives $066; but if he serves more 
than two months he shall receive the same salary as the medical examiner, 
the amount to be deducted from the salary of him in whose stead he serves. 
Medical examiners in other counties are feed as follows: For a view, without 
autopsy, £5; for a view with autopsy, S30: for travel, at the rate of 10 cents 
a mile to and from the place of view. All medical examiners are entitled 
from the State to 20 cents each for the first twenty entries, in recording and 
returning the facts relating to deaths, and 10 cents for each subsequent entiy 
in any year. 

2 — Taunton, Raynham, Eascon, 
Berkley and Dighton, 

Silas D. Presbrey, Taunton. 
Chas. A. Atwood. assoc, Taunton. 

3— Fall River. Somerset, Swansea, 
Freetown and Westport, 

Augustus W. Bock, Fall River. 
John H. Gilford, assoc. Fall River. 

4— New Bedford. Dartmouth, Fair- 
haven and Acushnet. 

Garrv de N. Hough, New Bedford. 
J. T. Bollard, assoc., New Bedford. 

Dukes County. 

1— Edgartown and Cottage City, 

Thos. J. Walker, Edgartown. 
2 — Tisbury and Gosnold, 

William Leach. Tisbury. 
3— Chilmark and Gay Head, 

Vacancy. 

Essex Comity. 

1— Gloucester and Rockport, 
Sumner F. Quimby, Gloucester. 
Jas. H. Knowks. assoc. Gloucester. 

2— Ipswich. Rowley. Hamilton and 
Essex, Geo. G. Bailey, Ipswich. 

Stephen A. Pedrick. assoc., Rowley. 

3— Newburyport. Newbury. West 
Newbury, Aniesbury and Salisbury, 
Edward I*. Hard, Newburyport. 
R. U. Hun], assoc, Newburyport. 
4 — Haverhill and Merrimae, 

John F. Uroston, HaverhilL 
F. W. Anthony, assoc, Haverhill. 
5— Lawrence. Methuen. Andover 
and North Andover, 

Octavius T. Howe. Lawrence. 



District. 

Barnstable County. 

1 — Harwich. Dennis, Yarmouth. 
Brewster, Chatham. Orleans and 
Eastham, Geo. N. Munsell, Harwich. 

Samuel T. Davis, assoc, Orleans. 

2 — Barnstable. Bourne, Sandwich, 
Mashpee and Falmouth, 

R. H. Faunce,. Sandwich. 

3— Provincetown, Truro and Well- 
fleet. 

William M. Moore, Provincetown. 

Berkshire County, 

1— Williamstown. Adams. North 
Adams, Clarksburg. Florida, Savoy, 
New Ashford and Cheshire, 

Orlando J. Brown, North Adams. 
Homer Bushnell, assoe., N. Adams. 

2— Lanesboro, Windsor. Pittstield, 
Dalton, Hinsdale, Peru and Ilanr-oek, 
Frank K. Paddock, Pittstield. 
Henry Colt, assoc., Pittstield. 
3— Richmond. Lenox, Washington, 
Becket, Lee, Stockbridge, Tyringham 
and Otis. 

Charles C. Holcombe. Lee. 
4— West Stockbridge, Alford, Great 
Barrin.u'ton, Monterey. Sandisn>id, 
New Marlboro. Sheffield, Egremont 
and Mount Washington. 
Whitmell P. Small, Gt. Barrington. 

Bristol Comity. 

1— Attleboro, Seekonk, Norton, 
Manstield and Rehoboth, 

Charles S. Holden, Attleboro. 
Jos. B. Uerould, asse»e., N. Attleboro. 



MEDICAL -EXAMINERS. 



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6— Georgetown, Boxford, Topsfiekl 
and Groveland, 

Richmond B. Root, Georgetown. 
7 — Beverly, "Wenhain and Manches- 
ter, Chas. W. Haddock, Beverly. 
Geo. A. Stickney, assoc, Beverly. 

8— Peabody, Danvers, Middleton 
and Lynnfield, 

Horace K. Foster, Peabody. 
S. Chase Tucker, assoc, Peabody. 
9— Lynn, Saugus, Nahant and 
Swampscott, 

Joseph G. Pinkham, Lynn. 
Herbert W. Newliall, assoc, Lynn. 
10— Salem and Mavblehead, 

Chas. A. Caiieton, Salem. 
Frank S. Atwood, assoc, Salem. 

Franklin County. 

Eastern District— Beruardston, Erv- 
ing, Gill, Greenfield, Leverett, Mon- 
tague, Northfield, Sbutesbury and 
Sunderland, 

William H. Pierce, Greenfield. 
Geo. P. Twichell, asoc, Greenfield. 

Northern District— Orange, War- 
wick, New Salem and Wendell, 

Walter M. Wright, Orange. 
S. J. Ten Broeck, assoc, Orange. 

Western District— Ashfield, Buck- 
land, Charlemont, Colrain, Conway, 
Deerfield, Hawley, Heath, Leyden, 
Monroe, Rowe, Sbelburne and Wliate- 
ly, Francis J. Canedy, Sbelburne. 
Geo. R. Fessenden, assoc, Ashfield. 

Hampden County. 

1— Briinfield, Holland, 
Monson and Wales, 

William Holbrook, 
Geo. H. Wilkins, assoc, 
2 — Springfield, Agawam, 
Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, 
Ludlow, West Springfield, Wilbra- 
ham and Hampden, 

Theodore F. Breck, Springfield. 
E. A. Bates, assoc, Springfield. 
3 — Holyoke, 

Frank Holyoke, Holyoke. 
Frank A. Woods, assoc, Holyoke. 
4— Blandford, Chester, Granville, 
Montgomery, Russell, Southwick, 
Tolland and Westlield, 

James A. Shepard, Westfield. 
Geo. H. James, assoc, Westfield. 

Hampshire County. 

1— Chesterfield, Cummington, Go- 
shen, Hatfield, Northampton, Plain- 
field and Williamsburg, 
Christopher Seymour, Northampton. 
W. P. Stutson, assoc, Cummington. 

2— Easthampton, Huntington, Mid- 
dlefield, Southampton, Westhampton 
and Worthihgto.n, 

William G. Kimball, Huntington. 
W.J. I'jirmelee, assoc, Worthington. 

3— Amherst, Granby, Hadley, Pel- 
bam and South Hadley. 

Herbert B. Perry, Amherst. 

Adolph Franz, assoc, So. Hadley. 

4— Belchertown, Enfield, Green- 



Palmer, 

Palmer. 
Palmer. 
Chicopee, 



wich, Prescott and Ware, 

Worthington W. Miner, Ware. 
G. F. Thomson, assoc, Belchertown. 

Middlesex County. 

1— Cambridge, Belmont and Arling- 
ton, Wm. D. Swan, Cambridge. 

2— Maiden, Medford, Somerville and 
Everett, 

Thos. M.. Durell, Somerville. 
3 — Melrose, Stouehain, Wakefield, 
Wilmington, Reading and North 
Reading, Ernest S. Jack, Melrose. 

4 — Woburn, Winchester, Lexington 
and Burlington, 

Harrison G. Blake, Woburrf. 
M. A. Cuinmings, assoc, Winchester. 
5 — Lowell, Dracut, Tewksbury, Bil- 
lerica, Chelmsford and Tyngsboro, 
John C. Irish, Lowell. 
Joe V. Mei^s, Jr., assoc, Lowell. 
— Concord, Carlisle, Bedford, Lin- 
coln, Littleton, Acton and Boxboro, 
George E. Titcomb, Concord. 
Fred. H. Cleaves, assoc, Concord. 
7— Newton, Watertown, Waltham 
and Weston, 

Julian A. Mead, Watertown. 
Edw. R. Utley, assoc, Newton. 
8— Framingham, Wayland, Natick, 
Sherborn, Holliston, Hopkinton and 
Ashland, 
Zabdiel B. Adams, Framingham. 
[)— Marlboro, Hudson, Maynard, 
Stow and Sudbury, 

Eugene G. Hoitt, Marlboro. 
10— Ayer, Groton, Westford, Dun- 
stable, Pepperell, Shirley, Townsend 
am? Ashby, 

Benjamin H. Hartwell, Ayer. 
Walter J. Sleeper, assoc, Westford. 
Nan tn cket County. 

One District, 

John S. Grouard. Nantucket. 

Norfolk County. 

1— Dedham, Westwood, Needham, 
Norwood, Dover and Wellesley, 
Andrew II. Hodgdon, Dedham. 
2— Hyde Park and Milton, 
Charles Sturtevant, Hyde Park. 
H. R. Hitchcock, assoc, Hyde Park. 
3— Quincy and Randolph, 

John II. Gilbert, Quincy. 
Frederick E. Jones, assoc, Quincy. 

4 — Weymouth, Braintree and Hol- 
brook, 

John C. Frazer, Weymouth. 
5— Stoughton, Canton, Walpole and 
Sharon, Wm. O. Faxon, Stoughton. 
E. II. Erving. assoc, Stoughton. 
G— Franklin, Foxboro and Wren- 
tham, 

J. Gushing Gallison, Franklin. 
7— Med way, Med field, Norfolk and 
Bellingham, 

Herbert Mcintosh, Medway. 
8— Brookline, 

Harry M. Cutts, Brookline. 
E. M. Bowker, assoc, Brookline. 
9— Cohasset, 

Oliver II. Howe, Cohasset. 



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Plymouth County. 

1— Brockton, West Bridgewater, 
East Bridgewater, Bridgewater and 
Whitman, 

A. Elliot Paine, Brockton. 
Fred J. Ripley, assoc, Brockton. 
2— Abington, Rockland, Hanover, 
Hanson, Norwell and Pembroke, 

Henry W. Dudley, Abington. 
Gllman Osgood, assoc, Rockland. 
3— Plymouth, Halifax, Kingston, 
Plympton and Duxbury, 

Edgar D. Hill, Plymouth. 
Nathaniel K. Npyes, assoc, Duxbury. 
4— Middleboro, Wareham, Matta- 
poisett, Carver, Rochester, Lakevilie 
and Marion, 

Charles E. Morse, Wareham. 
A. Vincent Smith, assoc, Middleboro. 
5 — Hingham, Hull, Scituate and 
Marshfleld, 

J. Winthrop Spooner, Hingham. 

Suffolk County. 

Boston, Chelsea, Revere and Win- 
throp, Frank W. Draper, Boston. 
Francis A. Harris, Boston. 
George Stedman, assoc, Boston. 

Worcester County. 

1— Athol, Petersham, Phillipston 
and Royalston, 

James Oliver, Athol. 
Hiram H. Burns, assoc, Athol. 
2— Gardner, Templeton and Win- 
chendon, 

Edward A. Sawyer, Gardner. 



3— Ashburnham, Leominster, Lu- 
nenburg, Princeton, Westminster and 
Fitchburg, 

Frederick H. Thompson, Fitchburg. 
Jos. R. Palardy, assoc, Fitchburg. 

4— Berlin, Bolton, Clinton, Har- 
vard, Lancaster and Sterling, 
Geo. L. Tobey, Clinton. 
5— Grafton, Northboro, .Southboro 
and Westboro, 
Jonathan H. Robinson, Southboro. 
6— Mendon, Milford and Upton, 

William J. Clarke, Milford. 
7— Blackstone, Douglas, North- 
bridge and Uxbridge, 

William L. Johnson, Uxbridge. 
Leonard D. White, assoc, Uxbridge. 

8— Charlton, Dudley, Oxford, South- 
bridge, Sturbridge and Webster, 
Cary C. Bradford, Soutkbridge. 
J. R. Woodward, assoc, Oxford. 
— Brookfield, North Brookheld, 
Spencer, Warren and West Brook- 
field, 

Ephraiin W. Norwood, Spencer. 
C. A. DeLand, assoc, Warren. 
10— Barre, Dana, Hubbardston. 
Hardwick, New Braintree, Oakham 
and Rutland, 

William E. Chamberlain, Rutland. 
Henry J. Walcott, Jr., assoc, Barre. 

11— Auburn, Boylston, Holdeu, 
Leicester, Millbury, Paxton, Shrews- 
bury, Sutton, West Boylston and 
Worcester, 

Frederick H. Baker, Worcester. 
Walter T. Clark, assoc, Worcester. 



DISTRICT POLICE. 



Chief— Rufus R. Wade, salary $2,500. 

Clerk— James P. Campbell, salary 
$1,500. 

Assistant Clerk— J. W. Hoitt, salary 
$1,000. 

Central Office: State House, Boston. 

Salaries of Inspectors and Detect- 
ives, $1,500 each. 



Names and 
Districts Assigned. 



Residence. 



John T. White, No. 1, Arlington 

Joseph A. Moore, Nos. 2, 3, G, 

Roslindale 
Edwin Y. Brown, No. 4, East Boston 
Joseph M. Dyson, No. 5, Worcester 
Warren S. Buxton, No. 7, Springfield 
Ansel J. Cheney, No. 8, Beverly 

Frank C. Wasley, No. 11, Lowell 

Frederick W. Merriam, No. 10, 

North Adams 
Henry J. Bard well. No. 1, Boston 
Charles E. Burnt t. No. 1, Boston 

Joseph Haistrick. No. 2, Boston 

Isaac S. Mullen, No. 3, Boston 

Malcolm Sillars. No. 4. Danvers 

Lewis F. F. Abbott, No. 5, Worcester 
John E. Foulds, No. G. Fall River 

John F. Tierney. No. G, Fall River 
Chas. A. Dam, No. 10, North Adams 



John J. Sheehan, No. 9, Salem 

Edward B. Putnam, No. 8, Chelsea 
Henry Splaine, No. 9, Boston 

James R. Howes, No. 7, Springfield 
Mary A. Nason, special duty, Boston 
Mary E. Halley, special duty, 

Lawrence 
John E. Griffin, special duty, Bostou 
John H. Plunkett, special duty, 

Bostou 



BOILER 



INSPECTION 
MENT. 

Thomas Hawley, No. 1, 
David H. Dyer, No. 2, 
Louis Amell, No. 3, 
Freeman II. Sanborn, No. 



DEPART- 



Melrost 
Fall River 
Worcester 
4. 

Springfield 
Cliarles Ferguson, No. 5, Maiden 

John II. Kazar, No. G, Hyde Park 
John McGrath, No. 1, Bostou 

Everett B. Oyer, No. 1, Medford 
Sturgis < '. Baxter, No. 5. Boston 

Joseph H. McNeill, No. 7, 

North Adanis 

DETECTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
George Dunham, Northern, Newton 
Josiah A. Beau, Northern, Natick 



CATTLE INSPECTORS. 



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Jophanus H. Whitney, Northern, 

Medford 
Frederick A. Rhoades, Suffolk Coun- 
ty, Maiden 
George C. Pratt, Southeastern, 

North Abington 
Alfred B. Hodges, Southern, Taunton 
Peleg F. Murray, Middle, Worcester 
Moses H. Pease, Western, Lee 

Benson, Munyan, Northwestern, 

Northampton 



Daniel W. Hammond, Eastern, 

Haverhill 
George C. Neal, Eastern, Lynn 

William H. Proctor, special duty, 

Swampscott 
Simeon F. Letteney, Southern, 

Hyannis 
Thomas A. Dexter, Southern, 

Edgartown 

Naroy G. Burleigh ' (temporary), 

Northern, Boston 



CATTLE INSPECTORS. 

Office, Commonwealth Building, Boston. 

Commissioners— Austin Peters. Boston, chairman; John M. Parker, Haverhill, 
secretary: Maurice O'Connell, Holyoke; Leander F. Herrick. Millbury: Charles A. 
Dennen, Pepperell. Compensation of Commissioners, So per diem 

Inspectors (appointed by mayors of cities and selectmen of towns).— Compensa- 
tion fixed and paid by the town. 

Ablngton, J. N. Chamberlain 
Acton, Moses A. Reed. 
Acushnet, Philip A. Bradford. 
Adams, Andrew G. Potter. 
Agawam, Edwin Leonard. 
Agawam, Elijah D. Allen and Myron 

B. Parks. 
Alford, Samuel K. Williams. 
Aniesbury, Edward S. Worthen. 
Amherst, Henry E. Paige. 
Andover, Charles H. Newton. 
Arlington, Lawrence L. Pierce and 

Alonzo S. Harriman. 
Ashburnham, Chas. W. Whitney, 2d, 

and John L. Clark. 
Ashby, Charles B. Shaw. 
Ashfield, Walter G. Lesure. 
Ashland, Samuel D. Witt and Ed 

mund A. Stone. 
Athol, Oscar F. Stearns. 
Attleboro, George Mackie. 
Auburn, Emery Stone. 
Avon, Charles E. May. 
Ayer, William H. Dudley. 
Barnstable, Alfred Crocker and John 

J. Harlow, Edward Crocker, 

John S. Bearse, Nelson B. Hallett, 

James A. Lovell, Thomas H. Ful- 
ler. 
Barre, Henry L. Conant. 
Becket, Lyman N. Cone and Edwin 

Lee. 
Bedford, Henry Wood. 
Belchertown, Guy C. Allen. 
Belllngham, Carroll E. White. 
Belmont, Benjamin A. Harris. 
Berkley, Eliphalet Terry. 
Berlin, Robert B. Wheeler. 
Bernardston, Dr. Charles Bowker. 
Beverly, Horace D. Lambert. 
Billerica, William IT. Hutchins. 
Blaokstone, Daniel II. Cooney and 

Elias M. Billings. 
Blandford, H. K. Herrick, George 

Cadwell, F. J. Candee and F. E. 

Barnes. 
Bolton, Henry F. Haynes. 
Boston, Alexander Burr and G. W. 

Roberts, Thomas J. Kelly and 

John O. G rouse. 
Bourne, Noble P. Swift. 



Boxboro, P. W. Cunningham. 

Boxford, Charles A. Andrews and 
George B. Killam. 

Boylston, Luther S. Hapgood. 

(Bradford annexed to Haverhill.) 

Braintree, Edward W. Hobai't. 

Brewster, Henry E. Baker. 

Bridgewater, Calvin Pratt. 

Brimfield, Porter A. Parker. 

Brockton, Isaac H. Harris and Wal- 
do H. Brownell. 

Brookfield, George Allen. 

Brookline, Frederick II. Osgood. 

Buckland, Jacob G. Pfersick. 

Burlington, James- N. Stuart. 

Cambridge, Charles E. Hadcock. 

Canton, Patrick J. Cronan 

Carlisle, George P. Davis. 

Carver, Benjamin W. Bobbins. 

Charlemont, William B. Avery 

Charlton, Stephen Hammond. 

Chatham, Walden F. Harding. 

Chelmsford, E. C. Perham. 

Chelsea, William Stinson. 

Cheshire, William P. Bennett. 

Chester, Daniel B. Holcomb and 
Edward L. Hi^gins. 

Chesterfield, T. K. Utley. 

Chicopee. Thomas Goodwin and Ir- 
ving H. Elmer. 

Chilmark, Freeman Hancock. 

Clarksburg, James Mixer. 

Clinton, Eugene H. Lehnert. 

Cohasset, Caleb F. Nichols. 

Colrain, C. Webster Smith and Win. 
G. Rickett. 

Concord, Elijah D. Harris. 

Conway, Gordon II. Johnson. 

Cottage City, Edmund G. Beetle. 

Cuuuuingtou, Edward F. Warner, 
Myron D. Trow and Finley V. 
Bates. 

Dalton, William Miller. 

Dana, C. N. Doane and A. W. Doane. 

Dauvers, Charles S. Moore. 

Dartmouth, Charles W. Howland, 2d, 
and Charles H. Negus. 

Dedham, Edward Knobel. Jr. 

Deerneld, Dwlght A. Hawks and 
Aboord A. Jewett. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Dennis, Edwin Whlttemore and Chas. 

E. Baker. 
Dighton, William II. Walker 
Douglas, James Dermody and E. P. 

Heath. 
Dover, Edward A. James. 
Draeut, C. A. Hamblet. 
Dudley, Monroe W. Ide. 
Dunstable, Franklin N. Tolles. 
Duxbury, John K. Parker. 
East Bridgewater, Stillman W. 

Ward. 
Eastham, Reuben II. Horton. 
EJasthampton, Fordyce Whitmarsb. 
East Longmeadow, Edwin Indieott. 
Easton, E. R. Ilayward. 
Edgartown, Cbristopber R. Beetle. 
Egremont, William F. Crippen. 
Enfield, William H. Bush and Joseph 

P. Walker. 
Erving, W. P. G. Huntoon. 
Essex, David L. Haskell. 
Everett, William Stinson. 
Faii-haven, Ebenezer G. Grinnell. 
Fall River, Joseph E. E. Lanoie. 
Falmouth, Barzillai C. Gaboon, Her- 
bert II. Lawrence and Lewis C. 

Weeks. 
FItchburg, Charles A. Keene. 
Florida, Nathan W. Kemp. 
Foxboro, A. W. Draper and Olin A. 

Patterson. 
Framingham, Walter P. Mayo. 
Franklin, William F. King. 
Freetown, Chas. H. Reed and Chas. 

E. Cbase. 
Gardner, Augustus S. Cleaves. 
Gay Head, Samuel J. Haskins. 
Georgetown, Samuel T. Poor and J. 

Winfred Yeaton. 
Gill, John L. S. Moore. 
Gloucester, Frederick Corliss. 
Goshen, Willis A. Smith. 
Gosnold, Josiah W. Tilton. 
Grafton, Perley Goddard. 
Granby, George L. Witt and Homer 

Taylor. 
Granville, George W. Cone 
Great Barringtou, Edwin Hiirlburt. 
Greenfield, Mark L. Miner. 
Greenwich, Walter II. Glazier. 
Groton, Solon R. Dodge. 
Groveland, Thomas E. Snell. 
Hadley, Homer L. Cowles and Chas. 

H. Hunt. 
Halifax, Jabez P. Thompson. 
Hamilton, George R. Dodge. 
Hampden, Moses II. Warren. 
Hancock, James S. Gould. 
Hanover, Andrew T. Damon. 
Hanson, Elbridge M. Perkins. 
Hardwick, John N. Hlllman. 
Harvard, Eli W. Hosmer. 
Harwich, John A. Baker. 
Hatfield. E. 8. Warner. 
Haverhill, Grantley Bickell. 
Hawley, L. W. Temple. 
Heath, V. D. Thompson. 
Hlngham, Robert F. Itoblnson. 
Hinsdale. Frank C. Phillips. 
Holbrook. Charles W. Staples. 
Holden, Edward W. Merrick. 
Holland. A. J. Bapley. 
Holliston, I. A. Smith. 



Holyoke, John J. Moynahan. 

Hopedale, Waldo Phipps. 

Hopklnton, W. W. Claiiin. 

Hubbardston, John H. Burtch. 

Hudson, A. L. Cundall. 

Hull, Fred. A. Harris. 

Huntington, Fred W. Lyman and 
Frank T. Clapp. 

Hyde Park, Joseph M. Kig^en. 

Ipswich, E. Newton Brown. 

Kingston, E. Elbridge Atwood. 

Lakeville, Isaac Sampson. 

Lancaster, Henry F. Hosmer and A. 
W. Carr. 

Lanesboro, William P. Talcott. 

Lawrence, John F. Winchester, Dan- 
iel W. Kimball and George W. 
Smith. 

Lee. John H. McAllister. 

Leicester, Henry B. Watts and Dan- 
iel A. Craig. 

Lenox, Charles C. Flint. 

Leominster. William II. Dodge. 

Leverett, O. C. Marvell. 

Lexington, Charles M. Parker. 

Leyden, Albert J. Shattuck. 

Lincoln, Martin M-. Welch. 

Littleton, Joseph Murray. 

Longmeadow, Spencer YV. Gates. 

Lowell, W. A. Sherman. 

Ludlow, A. L. Bennett. 

Lunenburg, Charles E. Wood and 
Micah M. Boutwell. 

Lynn, William E. Welts. 

Lynnfield, William R. Roundy. 

Maiden, James II. Kimball. 

Manchester. C. E. Moore. 

Mansfield, Joseph N. Tebbetts. 

Marblehead, Benjamin F. Goodwin. 

Marion, George F. Richards. 

Marlboro, Patrick J. Mahoney. 

Marshfield, Nathaniel Phillips and 
Franklin W. Hatch. 

Masbpee, Nathaniel 1). Bearse. 

Mattapoisett, David II. Cannon. 

Maynard, Willis A. White. 

Medneld, Herbert W. Hutson. 

Mcdford, Henry T. Moore. 

Medv.ay, Edward Whiting. 

Melrose, F. P. Sturgis. 

Mendon, Albert W. Gaskill. 

Merrimac, Charles A. Wallace. 

Methuon, Edwin J. Castle. 

Middleboro, Chester I*. Keith. 

Middlefield, John T. Bryan. 

Middletou, Andrew W. Peabody. 

Milford, Waldo Phipps and Edward 
E. Cook. 

Mlllbury, Henry W. Carter. 

Millis, Moses C. Adams. 

Milton, James Spencer. 

Monroe, D. II. Sherman. 

Mouson, William 11. Bugbee and 
Hiram D. Osborne. 

Montague, George H. Goddard and 
Ralph L. Atherton. 

Monterey, Delmore C. Tryon. 

Montgomery, Willis B. Cushman. 

Mount Washington. Alfred I. Spurr. 

Nahant. Robert L. Cochran. 

Nantucket, Herbert G. Worth. 

Natick, John W. Robinson. 

Needham, S. O. Fowle. 

New Ashford, Van Ness Mallery. 



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New Bedford, Daniel C. Ashley. 

New Braintree, Charles A. Feltou. 

Newbury, Asa Plngree. 

Newburyport, George W. Knight, Jr. 

New Marlboro, E. J. Lambert, Pat- 
rick Murray, Louis Doncaster. 

New Salem, Frederick Abbot. 

Newton, James P. McLaughlin. 

Norfolk, Andrew R. Jones. 

North Adams, Dr. A. A. McDonnell. 

Northampton, John IT. Roberts. 

North Andover, George S. Fuller. 

North Attleboro, W. II. Kling. 

Northboro, A. D. Phelps. 

Northbridge, G. F. Nilsson, John 
Gunn and John Lincoln. 

North Brookfield, B. F. Barnes and 
Alfred O. Boyd. 

Northfield, A. L. Newton. 

North Reading, F. Howard Mosman. 

Norton, Lester D. Blandin and Eras- 
tus B. Codding. 

Norwell, J. Warren Foster, Edwin C. 
Briggs and A. W. Pinson. 

Norwood, Albert Fales. 

Oakham, Sanford II. Bullard. 

Orange, Amos Blodgett. 

Orleans, Edmund Linnell. 

Otis, Edwin L. Downs and Alfred D. 
Jones. 

Oxford, F. L. Snow. 

Palmer, Charles F. Smith and E. W. 
Phinney. 

Paxton, C. N. Glidden. 

Peabody, Charles Davis, Cyrus T. 
Batchelder and John E. Herrick. 

Pelham, John A. Page. 

Pembroke, Clifford I. Rogers. 

Pepperell, Samuel P. Bancroft. 

Peru, B. W. Ackcrt. 

Petersham, S. C. Goddard. 

Phillipston, Robert E. McLean. 

Pittsneld, George N. Kinnell. 

Plalnfield, Daniel II. Gould and Ed- 
win A. Atkins. 

Plymouth, Clark Finney, Jr. 

Plympton, Howard O. Bonney. 

Prescott, James D. Barnes and Les- 
ter Smith. 

Princeton, George Mason, Jr. 

Provincetown, Artemus P. Hannum. 

Quincy, Robert T. Johnson. 

Randolph, D. F. Kinnier. 

Raynham, Cyrus Leonard, 2d. 

Reading, Calvert H. Playdon. 

Rehoboth, J. F. Earle, John W. 
Chase and Albert R. Lewis. 

Revere, John S. Holt. 

Richmond, W. II. Branch. 

Rochester, Allen G. Ashley. 

Rockland, Charles WIuslow. 

Rockport, Robert Tarr. 

Rowe, E. M. Upton. 

Rowley, Daniel II. Hale and J. Scott 
Todd. 

Royalston, George E. Pierce and Jo- 
seph Stewart. 

Russell, S. S. Shurtleff. 

Rutland. F. G. Bartlett. 

Salem, Fred Saunders. 

Salisbury, N. Tracy Getchell. 

Sandisfield, Henry S. Mauley and 
Hiram Bliss. 



Sandwich, Samuel H. Nye and Seth 
O. Ellis. 

Saugus, Arthur W. Sawyer. 

Savoy, Milton A. Bliss and H. C. 
Phelps. 

Scituate, Caleb L. Damon. 

Seekonk, Olney Green, Lowell M. 
Cole and Robert Woodward. 

Sharon, C. Elbert Howard. 

Sheffield, Henry Clark and Edwin L. 
Boardman. 

Shelburne, B. F. Maxwell, B. F. Sev- 
erance and J. G. Pfersick. 

Sherborn, Jasper J. Smart. 

Shirley, Samuel B. Scott. 

Shrewsbury, David Barnes. 

Shutesbury, Oscar IT. Shaw. 

Somerset, Thomas A. Francis. 

Somerville, Charles M. Berry. 

Southampton, Michael Norris. 

Southbrhlge, Henry A. Morse and 
Francis IT. Olin. 

Southboro, William H. Buck. 

South Hadley, Horace W. Gaylord. 

Southwick, Charles W. Talmadge. 

Spencer, Abraham Capen. 

Springfield, James Kimball. 

Sterling, William S. Walker. 

Stockbridge, John M. Buck and Mar- 
shall S. Heath. — ----- - 

Stoneham, George II. Allen. 

Stoughton, James Murphy. 

Stow, Pearl W. Packard. 

Sturbridge, William Whittemore. 

Sudbury, George A. Haynes and Hi- 
ram Haynes. 

Sunderland, George P. Smith. 

Sutton, 1'. D. King. 

Swampscott, George Newhall. 

Swansea, Charles Gifford. 

Taunton, Walter H. Haskell. 

Templeton, S. E. Greenwood; W. F. 
Robie, Baklwinsville. 

Tewksbury, G. W. Trull. 

Tisbury, Henry C. Norton. 

Tolland, John R. Rogers and L. R. 
Moore. 

Topsfield, Eugene L. Wildes. 

Townsend, John N. Going. 

Truro, John G. Thompson. 

Tyngsboro, Reuben B. Sherburne. 

Tyrihgham, Isaac B. Tinker. 

Upton, Benjamin A. Jourdan and 
George I). Whitney. 

Uxbridge, Charles E. Seagrave. 

Wakefield, Henry C. Perry. 

Wales, Warren W. Eager. 

Walpole, A. F. Boy den. 

Waltham, W. E. Peterson. 

Ware, A. A. P^ticnne. 

Wareham, Prince H. Swift. 

Warren, Marcus Borroughs. 

Warwick, Gilbert Maynard. 

Washington, Charles E. Schultz and 
Frank Fnehr. 

Watertown, George W. Tope. 

Wayland, Thomas II. Bryant. 

Webster, George F. Hart. 

Wellesley, S. (). Fowle. 

Welltleet, G. W. Nickerson. 

Wendell, George A. Lewis. 

Wenham, Homy Alley. 

Westboro, Albert B. Ward. 

West Boylston, Charles H. Baldwin. 

West Brldgewater, David R. Simmons. 



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West Brookfleld, Charles E. Smith. 
Westfleld, Michael F. Hoar. 
Westford, George T. Day and Albert 

P. Richardson. 
Westhampton, A. D. Montague. 
Westminster, M. D. Whitney and 

Edward P. Miller. 
We6t Newbury, Alfred L. Moore. 
Weston, E. O. Clark and Gilbert A. 

Blood. 
Westport, EH Handy and George A. 

Tripp. 
West Springfield, Thomas J. Shink- 

win and Talcott A. Rogers. 
West Stockbrldge, Ralph R. Bissell. 
West Tisbury, William B. Luce. 
Westwood, Creighton Colburn. 
Weymouth, Hiram E. Raymond and 

Charles E. Bicknell. 



Whately, Irving Allls. 

Whitman, Owen P. Bumpus. 

Wllbraham, Lyman A. Fiske. 

Williamsburg, Hallock H. Nichols. 

W T illiamstown, Joseph D. Pattlson. 

Wilmington, H. Allen Sheldon. 

Winchendon, William A. Deland. 

Winchester. John W. Hemingway. 

Windsor, H. Ward Ford and G. L. 
Miner. 

WInthrop, John McNaught. 

Woburn, James N. Stuart. 

Worcester, John P. Streeter, J. War- 
ren Ellsworth and Thos. Monahan. 

Worthington, Charles F. Bates. 

Wrentham, Elisha M. Brastow. 

Yarmouth, Isaiah Homer, James Lack 
and Isaiah Crowell, 



COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

Attached to U. S. Naval Station 

Boston, Mass. 
Rear Admiral Henry F. Picking, U. 

S. 'N. 
Captain M. L. Johnson, U. S. N. 
Commander J. F. Merry, U. S. N. 
Commander John E. Pillsbury, U. 

S. N. 
Lieut. F. H. Delano, U.S. N. 
Lieut. C. E. Colahan. U. S. N. 
Chief Eug. John K. Barton, U. S. N. 
Past Asst. Eng. A. M. Cook, U. S. N. 

S. N. 
Civil Eng. F. O. Maxsom, U. S. N. 
Naval Constructor Joseph Feaster, U. 

S. N. 
Pay Inspr. G. E. Hendee, U. S. N. 
Paymaster C. S. Williams. U. S. N. 
Chaplain D. II. Tribou, U. S. N. 
Medical Director George F. Winslow, 

U. S. N. 

U. S. RECEIVING SHIP WABASH. 

Capt. George H. Wadleigh, U. S. N. 
Lieut. F. A. Wilner, U. S. N. 
Lieut. J. L. Purcell, U. S. N. 
Engineer John L. Gow, U. S. N. 
Paymaster C. W. Littlefield, U. S. N. 
Chaplain R. R. Hoes, U. S. N. 
Surgeon Henry G. B.ver, U. S. N. 
Asst. Surgeon J. J. Snyder, U. S. N. 
Asst. Surgeon F. M. Bogan, U. S. N. 



MARINE BARRACKS. 

Lieut-Colonel H. C. Cochran, U. S. 

M. C. 
Captain L. H. Moses, U. S. M. C. 
1st Lieut. F. E. Bradman, U. S. 

M. C. 
1st Lieut. P. S. Brown, U. S. M. C. 

NAVAL HOSPITAL, CHELSEA. 

Medical Director Joseph G. Ayers, 

U. S. N. 
Surgeon Fred A. Hesler, U. S. N. 
Asst. Surgeon J. H. Payne, Jr., U. 

S. N. 

MARINE RENDEZVOUS, MASON 
BUILDING. BOSTON. 

Pay Director Edward May, U. S. N. 
Surgeon James E. Gardner, U. S. N. 

HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE, CUS- 
TOM HOUSE, BOSTON. 
Ensign Alfred A. Pratt, U. S. N. 



U. S. ARMORIES AND 
ARSENALS. 

Springfield Armory— Lieut. Col. Isaac 
Arnold. Jr., commanding. 

Watertown Arsenal— Maj. J. W. Reilly 
commanding. 



COURTS. 



UNITED STATES COURTS. 

The Supreme Court of the United States consists of one chief and eight 
associate justices. There are nine judicial circuits, and to each of these Is 
assigned one of the justices. Also three circuit judges have been appointed 
for the second district, three for the eighth, and two each for the other cir- 
cuits. 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court— Melville W. Fuller of Illinois; salary, 
$10,500. 

CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS— First Circuit. 

No. 99 Post Office Building, Boston. 

Associate Justice U. S. Supreme Court— Horace Gray; salary, $10,000. 

Circuit Judges— Le Baron B. Colt and William L. Putnam. 

District Judges for Massachusetts— Nathan Webb, Maine; Edgar Aldrlch, 
New Hampshire; Arthur L. Brown, Rhode Island; Francis C. Lowell, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Clerk— John G. Stetson. 

Marshal— Charles K. Darling. 

Crier— George P. Ayres. 

Annual Term— First Tuesday of October. Stated Sessions— First Tuesday 
of every month. 

Sessions for Hearing Cases— First Tuesdays of January, April and October. 

CIRCUIT COURT— First Circuit. 

For Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. 

No. 112 Post Office Building, Boston. 

Circuit Judges— Le Baron B. Colt of Rhode Island and William L. Putnam 
of Maine. 

Attorney of the United States for District of Massachusetts— Boyd B. Jones, 
Haverhill. 

Assistants— J. H. Casey and Arthur H. Washburn. 

Clerk— Alexander H. Trowbridge. Deputy Clerk— Benjamin H. Bradlee. 

Orier— Arthur M. Brown. 

United States Marshal for the District of Massachusetts— Chas. K. Darling. 

Deputy Marshals— Francis X. McDonald, James H. Waters, Albert Tuttle, 
Fritz H. Raddin. 

Examiner— J. Henry Taylor. 

Terms of the Court— May 15 and Oct. 15. Rule Days— First Monday of 
every month. 

DISTRICT COURT. 
No. Ill Post Office Building, Boston. 

District Judge — Francis C. Lowell of Boston, salary $5,000. 

Clerk— Frank II. Mason. Deputy Clerks. Francis S. Fiske, William Nelson. 

Referees in Bankruptcy— Charles E. Burke, Pittsfield: Wendell II. Cobb, 
New Bedford; William L. Thompson, Lawrence; Henry .7. Field, Greenfield; 
Charles W. Bosworth, Springfield; Arthur Watson, Northampton; Forrest C. 
Manchester, Winchester; Eiuerv B. Gibbs, Brooklinc; Charles B. Barnes, 
Hingham; Lewis G. Farmer and James M. Olmstead, Boston; Charles F. Al- 
drich, Worcester. 

United States Commissioners— Francis S. Flske and Richard W. Hale, Bos- 
ton; Frank F. Dresser, Worcester; Walter Clifford, New Bedford; John L. 
Rice, Springfield; Edgar M. Wood, Pittsfield. 

Terms of the Court— The 3d Tuesday of March, the 4th Tuesday of June, 
the 2d Tuesday of September and the 1st Tuesday of December. 



128 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

STATE COURTS. 

All judges In the Commonwealth are appointed by the governor, with the 
advice and consent of the Council, and hold office during good behavior. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Chief Justice— Walbrldge A. Field of Boston; salary, $7,500. 

Associate Justices— Oliver "Wendell Holmes, Boston; Marcus P. Knowlton, 
Springfield; James M. Morton, Fall River; James M. Barker, Pittsiield; John 
Lathrop, Boston; John W. Hammond, Cambridge; salary, #7,000 eaeh. 

Attorney General— Hosea M. Knowlton, New Bedford; salary, $5,000. 

Assistant Attorney General— George C. Travis; salary, $2,500. 

Second Assistant Attorney General— James Mott, Hallowell. 

Reporter of Decisions— George F. Tucker. 

Clerk of Commonwealth— Henry A. Clapp, Boston; salary, $3,000. 

Clerk of the Court— John Noble; salary, $0,500. § 

Assistant Clerk— Clarence H. Cooper, Boston; salary, $2,500. 

Sittings of the Court. 

Barnstable County. Jury Term— At Barnstable 1st Tuesday of May. Law 
Terms— At Boston 1st Tuesday after 1st Wednesday of January, 1st Tuesday 
of March and 2d Tuesday of November. 

Berkshire County. Jury Term— At Pittsfield 2d Tuesday of May. Law 
Term— At Pittsfield 2d Tuesday of September. 

Bristol, Nantucket and Dukes Counties. Jury Terms— At New Bedford 
2d Tuesday of November; also at Taunton 3d Tuesday of April. Law 
Term— At Taunton 4th Monday of October. 

Essex County. Jury Terms— At Salem 3d Tuesday of April and 1st Tuesday 
of November. Law Term— At Salem 1st Tuesday of November. 

Franklin County. Jury Term— At Greenfield 2d Tuesday of April. Law 
Term— At Northampton Monday after the 2d Tuesday of September. 

Hampden County. Jury Term— At Springfield 4th Tuesday of April. Law 
Term— At Springfield 2d Monday after 2d Tuesday of September. 

Hampshire County. Jury Term— At Northampton 3d Tuesday of April. Law 
Term— At Northampton Monday after the 2d Tuesday of September, in 
even years; odd years at Greenfield. 

Middlesex County. Jury Terms— At Lowell 3d Tuesday of April; also at 
Cambridge 3d Tuesday of October. Law Term— At Boston 1st Tuesday 
after 1st Wednesday of January, 1st Tuesday of March and 2d Tuesday of 
November. 

Norfolk County. Jury Term— At Dedham 3d Tuesday of February. Law 
Term— At Boston 1st Tuesday after 1st Wednesday of January, 1st Tuesday 
of March and 2d Tuesday of November. 

Plymouth County. Jury Term— At Plymouth 2d Tuesday of May. Law 
Term— At Plymouth 3d Tuesday of October. 

Suffolk County. Jury Terms— At Boston 1st Tuesday of April and 2d Tues- 
day of September. Law Terms— At Boston 1st Tuesday alter 1st Wednes- 
day of January, 1st Tuesday of March and 2d Tuesday of November. 

Worcester County. Jury Term— At Worcester 2d Tuesday of April. Law 
Term— At Worcester 3d Monday after 2d Tuesday of September. 
Note.— A law term for the Commonwealth shall be held at Boston on the 

1st Wednesday of January of eaeh year, which term may be adjourned to 

places and times most conducive to the interests of the public. 

SUPERIOR COURT. 

Chief Justice— Albert Mason, Brookllne; salary, $G,000. 

Associate Justices— Caleb Blodgett, Boston; Justin Dewey, Springfield; Ed- 
gar Jay Sherman, Lawrence: Robert Roberts Bishop. Newton; Daniel Web- 
ster Bond, Waltham; Henry Kin- Bra ley, Fall River; John Hopkins, Millbury; 
EHsha Burr Maynard, Sprlngttcdd; Franklin Goodridge Fessenden. Greenfield; 
James Bailey Richardson, Boston; Charles Sumner Lilley, Lowell; Henry N. 
Sheldon, Ifcwton; Francis A. Gaskill, Worcester: John II. Hardy, Arlington; 
William B. Stevens, fctonehnm; Charles U. Bell, Lawrence; John A. Aiken, 
Greenfield; salary, $5,500 each. 






SUPERIOR COURTS. 129 

Barnstable County. 

District Attorney (Southern District)— Lemuel LeBaron Holmes (R), New 
Bedford: salary, $2,200. 

Clerk of the Courts— Smith K. Hopkins (R), Barnstable; salary, $1,250. 

Sittings. At Barnstable Tuesday after 2d Monday of April and 2d Tues- 
day of October. 

Berkshire County. 

District Attorney (Western District)— Charles L. Gardner (R D), Spring- 
field; salary, $2,083. 

Clerk of the Courts— Frank H. Cande (R), Pittsfleld; salary, $2,800. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Pittsfield 4th Monday of February, June and 
October. Criminal Term-^At Pittslield 2d Monday of January and July. 

Bristol County. 

District Attorney (Southern District)— Lemuel. LeBaron Holmes (R), New 
Bedford; salary, $2,200. 

Clerk of the Courts— Simeon Borden (R), Fall River; salary, $4,000. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Taunton 1st Monday of March and 2d Monday of 
September, and at New Bedford 1st Monday of May and December. Criminal 
Term— At Taunton 1st Monday of February and November, and at New Bed- 
ford 1st Monday of June. Either criminal term may be adjourned to Fall 
River. 

Dukes County. 

District Attorney (Southern District)— Lemuel LeBarron Holmes (R), New 
Bedford; salary, $2,200. 
Assistant District Attorney— Thomas J. Cobb, New Bedford. 
Clerk of the Courts— Samuel Keniston (R), Edgartown; salary, $600. 
Sittings. At Edgartown last Tuesday of April and September. 

Essex County. 

District Attorney (Eastern District)— W. Scott Peters (R), Haverhill; salary. 
| $2,400. 

Assistant District Attorney — Roland H. Sherman, Lawrence. 

Clerk of the Courts— Edward B. George (R), Haverhill; salary, $5,200. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Salem 1st Monday of June and December; at 
Lawrence 1st Monday of March, and at Newburyport 1st Monday of October; 
shall adjourn to Lawrence. Criminal Term — At Lawrence 2d Monday of Sep- 
tember, at Newburyport 2d Monday of May, and at Salem 2d Monday of 
January. I 

Franklin County. 

District Attorney (Northwestern District)— John C. Hammond (R), North- { 

ampton; salary, $1,350. 
Clerk of the Courts— Clifton L. Field (R), Colrain ; salary, $1,800. 
Sittings. At Greenfield 2d Mondays of March, July and November. 

Hampden County. 

District Attorney (Western District)— Charles L. Gardner (R D), Springfield; 
salary, $2,083. 

Clerk of the Courts— Robert O. Morris (R), Springfield; salary, $3,500. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Springfield 2d Monday of March and June and 
4th Monday of October. Criminal Term— At Springfield 1st Monday of May, 
•»th Monday of September and 3d Monday of December. 

Hampshire County. 

District Attorney (Northwestern Dlstrict)-^John C. Hammond (R), North- 
ampton; salary, $1,350. 

Clerk of the Courts— William H. Clapp (R), Northampton; salary, $2,300. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Northampton 3d Monday of February, 1st Mon- 
day of June and 3d Monday of October. Criminal Term— At Northampton 2d 
Monday of June and 3d Monday of December. 
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130 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

Middlesex County. 

District Attorney (Northern District)— Fred N. Weir (R), Lowell; salary, 
$2,380. 

Assistant District Attorney — George A. Sanderson, Littleton. 

Clerk of the Courts— Theodore C. Hurd (R), Winchester; salary, $G,000. 

Assistant Clerk of the Courts— John L. Ambrose, Somerville; salary, $2,600. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Lowell 2d Monday of March and 2d Monday of 
September, and at Cambridge (East) 1st Monday of June and 2d Monday of 
December. Criminal Term— At Cambridge (East) 2d Monday of February and 
1st Monday of June, and at Lowell 3d Monday of October. 

Nantucket County. 

District Attornov (Southern District)— Lemuel LeBaron Holmes (R), New 
Bedford; salary, $2,200. 
Clerk of the Courts— Joslah F. Murphey (R), Nantucket; salary, $G00. 
Sittings. At Nantucket 1st Tuesday of July and October. 

Norfolk County. 

District Attorney (Southeastern District)— Robert O.Harris (R), East Bridge- 
water; salary, $2,083. 

Assistant District Attorney— Robert H. O. Shulz, Dedbarn. 

Clerk of the Courts— Louis A. Cook (R), Weymouth; salary, $2,800. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Dedham 1st Monday in January, May and Octo- 
ber. Criminal Term— At Dedham 1st Mondays in April, September and De- 
cember. 

Plymouth County. 

District Attorney (Southeastern District)— Robert O. Harris (R), East Bridge- 
water; salary, $2,083. 

Assistant District Attorney— Robert H. O. Shulz, Dedham. 

Clerk of the Courts— Edward E. Hobart (R), Plymouth; salary, $2,000. 

Sittings. At Plymouth 2d Monday of February and June and 4th Monday 
of October. May hold sessions by adjournment at. Brockton. 

Suffolk County. 

District Attorney— Oliver Stevens (R D), Boston; salary, $5,000. 

First Assistant District Attorney— Michael J. Sugrhrue; salary, $3,300. 

Second Assistant District Attorney— John D. McLaughlin; salary, $2,500. 

Attorney's Clerk— Frederic H. Chase. 

Clerk of Superior Court (Civil Session)— Joseph A. Willard (R), Boston; sal- 
ary, $6,500. 

Clerk of Superior Court (Criminal Session)— John P. Manning (D), Boston; 
salary, $G,000. f 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Boston (Court House, Pemberton square) 1st 
Tuesday of January, April, July and October. Criminal Term— At Boston 1st 
Monday of every month. The Superior Court holds each month (except in \ 

July, August and September) a session for the speedy trial of certain cases. 

Worcester County. 

District Attorney (Middle Distriet)— Rock wood Hoar (R), Worcester; salary, 
$2,400. J 

Assistant District Attorney— George S. Taft, Uxbridge. 

Clerk of the Courts— Theodore S. Johnson (R), Worcester; salary, $5,200. 

Assistant Clerk of the Courts (appointed by the Supreme Court)— William 
T. Harlow, Worcester. 

Second Assistant Clerk of the Courts (appointed by the Clerk of the 
Courts)— William W. Macomber. 

Second Assistant Clerk of the Courts (appointed by the clerk of the courts)— 
William W. Macomber. 

Sittings. Civil Term— At Worcester 1st Monday of March and 2d Monday 
of December, and at FItchburg 2d Monday of June and November; return 
days, 1st Monday of every month. Criminal Term— At Worcester 3d Monday 
of January, 2d Monday of May uud 3d Monday of October; at FItchburg 3d 
Monday of August. 



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COURT OF REGISTRATION. 



225-231 Tremont Building. Boston. 
Established by the Acts of 1898 for the registration of land titles. 

Judge— Leonai-d A. Jones, Boston; salary, $4,500. 

Assistant Judge — Charles Thornton Davis, Worcester; salary, $4,000. 

Recorder— Clarence C. Smith, Everett. 

Assistant Recorders— All Registers of Deeds in Massachusetts are Assistant 
Recorders of the Court for their several registry districts. 

Sittings. At Boston, and by adjournment from time to time, at such other 
places as public convenience may require. 

COURTS OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY. 

There Is a Probate Court and a Court of Insolvency in each county, dis- 
tinct in their jurisdiction, powers, proceedings and practice," but having the 
same judge and register. These courts are held by the judge of probate and 
Insolvency appointed for the county; but the judges of the several counties 
may, in case of necessity or convenience, interchange services aud perform 
each other's duties. 

[The names of the judges, registers and assistant registers may be found 
among the list of county officers.] 

Barnstable County— At Barnstable 2d Tuesday of January, February. March, 
May, June, July. August, September, November, December and 1st Tuesday 
of April and October. 
Berkshire County— At Pittsfield 1st Tuesday of January, February, March, 
April, May, June, September, October and December, and 3d Tuesday ot 
July, and Wednesday after 1st Monday of November; at Lee Wednesday 
after 1st Tuesday in January. April and October, and Wednesday after 3d 
Tuesday of July; at Adams Thursday after 1st Tuesday of January and 
October, Wednesday after 1st Tuesday of March, and Thursday after 3d 
Tuesday of July; at Great Barrington Wednesday after 1st Tuesday of 
February, May, September and December. 
Bristol County— At Taunton 1st Friday of March, June, September, Decem- 
ber, and on the 3d Friday of January. April, October and December; at 
New Bedford 1st Friday of February, May, August and November, and on 
the 3d Friday of March, June and September; at Fall River 1st Friday of 
January, April, July and October, and on the 3d Friday of February, May 
and November, and on the 2d Friday of September. 
Dukes County— At Vineyard Haven 3d Monday of April and 1st Monday of 
September; at Edgartown 3d Monday of January and July and 1st Monday 
of March and December; at West Tisbury 1st Monday of June and 3d Mon- 
day of October. 
Essex County— At Salem 1st Monday of each month and 3d Monday of each 
month, except August; at Lawrence 2d Monday of January, March, May, 
June, July, September and November; at Haverhill 2d Monday of April aud 
October; at Newburyport 4th Monday of January, March, May, June, July, 
September and November; at Gloucester 4th Monday of April and October. 
Franklin County— At Greenfield 1st Tuesday of each mouth, except Novem- 
ber, the 2d Tuesday of January, April and November, and the 4th Tues- 
day of each month, except August; at Northtield, 3d Tuesday of May and 
September: at Orange 2d Tuesday of March, June, September and Decem- 
ber, 3d Tuesday of June, and 4th Tuesday of September; at Conway 3d 
Tuesday of June; at Shelburne Falls 2d Tuesday of February, May and 
October. 
Hampden County— At Springfield 1st Wednesday of each month, except Au- 
gust; at Holyoke 3d Wednesday of January, March, June and October; at 
Palmer 2d Wednesday of February, May and September and 4th Wednes- 
day of November; at Westneld 3d Wednesday of February, May, September 
and December. 
Hampshire County— At Northampton 1st Tuesday of each month; at Am- 
herst 2d Tuesday of January, March, June, August and November; at Bel- 
chertown 2d Tuesday of May and October; at Williamsburg 3d Tuesday of 
May and October; at Ware 2d Tuesday of February, 3d Tuesday of June 
and 2d Tuesday of September and December. 
Middlesex County— At Cambridge (East) 1st, 2d and 4th Tuesdays of each 

month; at Lowell 3d Tuesday of each month, except August. 
Nantucket County— At Nantucket on Thursday after 2d Tuesday of each 

month. 
Norfolk County— At Dedham 1st and 3d Wednesdays of each mouth; at 
Qulney 2d Wednesday of each month; at Brookline 4th Wednesday of 
each month, except August. 



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Plymouth County— Probate: At Plymouth 2d Monday of each month, except 
August; at Brockton 4th Monday of each month, except July. Insolvency 
Cases: First Monday of each month at Plymouth and Brockton alternately, 
beginning with Plymouth in January. 

Suffolk County— Probate: At Boston (Court House, Pemberton square) every 
Thursday in the year, except 1st, 2d, 4th and 5th Thursdays of August. In- 
solvency Cases: Fridays of each week, except August. 

Worcester County— At Worcester 1st, 2d, 3d and 5th Tuesdays of each 
month, except August; at Fitchburg 4th Tuesday of each mouth, except 
August. 

POLICE AND MUNICIPAL COURTS. 

Sessions for criminal cases daily; for civil cases, every Saturday. Saturday 

of each week shall be the regular return day for all civil actions. 

Boston (Municipal Court)— Chief Justice, William E. Parmenter. Associate 
Justices, William J. Forsaith, Frederick D. Ely, John H. Burke, John F. 
Brown and George Z. Adams. Special Justices, Henry S. Dewey and George 
L. Wentworth. Clerks, Orsino G. Sleeper, civil business; Oscar F. Timlin, 
first assistant; H. K. W. Browne, second assistant; Stephen Timelier, third 
assistant; Walter F. Frederick, fourth assistant; Frederick C. Ingalls, crim- 
inal business; Edward J. Lord, first assistant; Sidney P. Brown, second as- 
sistant; Edward H. Cutler, third assistant: John F. Barry, fourth assist- 
ant; Harvey B. Hudson, additional assistant. Probation Officer, Richard 
Keefe.* 

Boston (Roxbury District)— Justice, Solomon A. Bolster. Special Justices, A. 
Nathan Williams and Joseph N. Palmer. Clerk, Maurice J. O'Connell. As- 
slstant Clerk, Fred E. Gruff. Probation Officer, William A. Blossom. 

Boston (Dorchester District)— Justice, Joseph R. Churchill. Special Justices, 
George M. Reed and George A. Fisher. Clerk, N. Thomas Merritt, Jr. Pro- 
bation Olficer, Alvin I. Phillips. 

Boston (West Roxbury District)— Justice, James M. F. Howard. Special Jus- 
tices, J. Albert Brackett and Henry Austin. Clerk, Edward W. Brewer. 
Probation Officer, Charles H. D. Stockbridge. 

Boston (Brighton District)— Justice, Henry Baldwin. Special Justices, James 
H. Rice and Charles A. Barnard. Clerk, Henry P. Kennedy. Probation 
Officer, Henry P. Kennedy. Constable, B. Franklin Sanborn. 

Boston (South Boston District)— Justice, Joseph D. Fallon. Special Justices, 
Charles J. Noyes and Josiah S. Dean. Clerk, Frank J. Tuttle. Probation 
Officer, George N. Parker. 

Boston (Charlestown District)— Justice, Henry W. Bragg. Special Justices, 
Joseph II. Cotton and Simon Davis. Clerk, William J. Hatton. Probation 
Officer, Nathaniel Leonard. 

Boston (East Boston District)— Justice, William H. H. Emmons. Special Jus- 
tices, James L. Walsh and Albert E. Clary. Clerk, Willard S. Allen. Pro- 
bation Officer, Calvin A. Littlefield. 

Brockton (Jurisdiction: Brockton, Bridgewater, East Bridgewater and West 
Bridge water)— Justice, Warren A. Reed. Special Justices, Frederick Ml Bix- 
by and Herbert H. Chase. Clerk, Harry W. Flagg. Probation Officer, 
Thomas Drohan. 

Brookline— Justice, Charles H. Drew. Special Justices, Charles F. Perkins 
and Harvey H. Baker. Clerk, Philip S. Parker. Probation Officer, Thomas 
L. Drew. 

Chelsea (Jurisdiction: Chelsea and Revere)— Justice, Albert D. Bosson. Spe- 
cial Justices, Frank E. Fitz and Samuel R. Cutler. Clerk, Joseph M. Cur- 
ley. Assistant Clerk, Eben Hutchinson, Jr. Probation Officer, Ebeu Hutch- 
inson, Jr. 

Chicopee— Justice, Loranus E. Hitchcock. Special Justices, Luther White 
and James H. Loomis. Clerk, Cornelius J. Driscoll. Probation Officer, 
Cornelius J. Driscoll. 

Fitchburg— Justice, Thomas F. Gallagher. Special Justices, Charles S. Hay- 
den and Charles H. Blood. Clerk, Wylon G. Hayes. Probation Officer, 
Martin S. Hall. 

Gloucester (Jurisdiction: Gloucester, Manchester, Essex and Rockport)— 
Justice, Edgar S. Taft. Special Justices, William W. French and Henri N. 
Woods. Clerk, Carleton II. Parsons. Probation Olficer, Sidney S. Sylvester. 



♦In Boston the probation officer has six assistants, one of whom is Mrs. Elizabeth L. Tuttle, who9e 
duty it is to investigate the cases or all women against whom criminal charges ure brought in the Boa- 
ton Municipal Court. Her address is Court House, Pemberton square, Boston. 



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Holyoke— Justice, Edward W. Chapin. Specia 
William Slattery. Clerk, Thomas J. Tierney. 



IIaverhill (Jurisdiction: Haverhill and Groveland)— Justice, Ira A. Abbott. 
Special Justices, Henry N. Merrill and Horace B. Bartlett. Clerk, Horace M. 
Sargent. Probation Officer, Edward B. Savage. 

ial Justices, John Hildreth and 
Probation Officer, Orphir E. 
Genest. 

Lawrence— Justice, Andrew C. Stone. Special Justices, Harry R. Dow and 

Wilbur E. Rowell. Clerk, William F. Moyes. Probation Officer, Clinton P. 

Vose. 
Leb— Justice, Patrlcius H. Casey. Special Justice, Henry C. Phelps. Proba- 
tion Officer, John J. Waddock. 
Lowell— Justice. Samuel P. Hadley. Special Justices, John J. Pickman and 

Frederic A. Fisher. Clerk, James F. Savage. Assistant Clerk, Edward W. 

Trull. Probation Officer, Woodbridge W. Tuttle. 
Lynn— Justice, John W. -Berry. Special Justices, William C. Fabens and 

James H. Sisk. Clerk, Charles Leighton. Probation Officer, Frederick A. 

Frazier. 
Marlboro— Justice, James W. McDonald. Special Justice, William 1>. Bur- 

dett. Clerk, James F. J. Ottcrson. Probation Officer, Alexander ('. Motlitt. 
Newburyport (Jurisdiction: Newburyport and Newbury)— Justice, John N. 

Pike. Special Justices, Horace I. Bartlett and Nathaniel N. Jones. Clerk, 

Edward F. Bartlett. Probation Officer, John Burke. 
Newton— Justice, John C. Kennedy. Special Justices, George A. Blaney and 

Edward II. Mason. Clerk. Henry L. Whittlesey. Assistant Clerk, Francis 

W. Sprague. Probation Officer, Martin C. Laffie. 
Somerville — Justice, Isaac Story. Special Justices, John Haskell Butler and 

Michael F. Farrell. Clerk, Herbert A. Chapin. Probation Officer, William 

D. Hayden. 
Springfield (Jurisdiction: Springfield, West Springfield, Hampden. Wilbra- 

ham, Agawam, Longmeadow and East Longmeadow)— Justice, Henry W. 

Bosworth. Special Justices, Alfred M. Copeland and Edwin F. Lyford. 

Clerk, George Leonard. Probation Officer, George H. Clark. 
Williamstown — Justice, Sanborn Gove Tenney. Special Justice, N. Henry 

Sabin. Probation Officer, George H. Prindle. 



DISTRICT COURT.S. 

Saturday of each week shall be the regular return day for all civil actions. 

Barnstable County. 

First Barnstable (jurisdiction in Barnstable, Yarmouth, Sandwich, Bourne, 
Falmouth and Mashpee) — Justice, Frederick* C. Swift. Special Justices, 
Smith K. Hopkins and Henry M. Hutchius. Probation Officer, Alfred 
Crocker. 

Court Held— At Bourne, civil and criminal, every Saturday at 9 A. M. At 
Barnstable, criminal, daily, except Saturday; civil, every Monday at 9 A. M. 

Second Barnstable (jurisdiction in Provincetown, Truro, Wellfieet, East- 
ham, Orleans, Brewster, Chatham, Harwich and Dennis) — Justice, Ray- 
mond A. Hopkins. Special Justices, Tully Crosby and George T. Wyer. 
Probation Officer, Marshall L. Adams. 

Court Held— At Harwich, civil and criminal, every Friday. At Province- 
town, criminal, daily, except Friday, at IP. M.; civil, every Thursday. 

Berkshire County. 

Central Berkshire (jurisdiction in Hancock, Lanesboro, Peru, Hinsdale, 
Dalton, Washington, Pittsfield and Richmond)— Justice, Joseph Tucker. 
Special Justices, Hiram B. Wellington and Charles E. Hibbard. Clerk, Wal- 
ter B. Smith. Probation Officer, Arthur S. Trout. 
Court Held— At Pittsfield, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, every Saturday. 

Northern Berkshire (jurisdiction in Clarksburg, North Adams and Florida)— 
Justice, Carlton T. Phelps. Special Justices, William II. Woodhead and 
Charles J. Parkhurst. Clerk, Edwin B. Cady. Probation Officer, Charles 
L. Frink. 

Court Held— At North Adams, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, every 
Wednesday. 

Southern Berkshire (jurisdiction in Sheffield, Great Barrington, Egremout. 
Alford, Mount Washington, Monterey and New Marlboro)— Justice, Walter 
B. Sanford. Special Justices, James H. Rowley and Frank H. Wright. 
Clerk, Dempster J. Coleman. Probation Officer, Wallace W. Laugdon. 

Court Held— At Great Barrington, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, every 
Saturday at 10 A. M. 



134 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

Fourth Berkshire (jurisdiction in Adams, Cheshire, Savoy and Windsor)— 
Justice, Nelson H. Bixby. Special Justices, Henry L. Harrington and 
George Z. Dean. Clerk, Franklin H. B. Munson. Probation Olhcer, William 
O'Brien. 
Court Held— At Adams, criminal, daily; civil, every Saturday. 

Bristol County. 
First Bristol (jurisdiction in Taunton, Rehoboth, Berkley, Dishton, See- 
konk. Attleboro. North Attleboro. Norton. Mansfield. Easton and Raynliam)— 
Justice, William H. Fox. Special Justices, Erastus M. Reed and Frederic 
S. Hall. Clerk, Albert Fuller. Probation Officer. George F. Williams. 

Court Held— At Taunton and Attleboro, criminal, daily; civil, every Mon- 
day at Taunton. 
Second Bristol (jurisdiction in Fall River, Freetown, Somerset and Swan- 
sea)— Justice, John J. McDonough. Special Justices, Benjamin K. Lovatt 
and George Grimes. Clerk, Augustus B. Leonard. Probation Officer, John 
M. Leonard. 

Court Held— At Fall River, criminal, daily; civil, every Monday. [The 
Second and Third District Courts of Bristol county have concurrent juris- 
diction in Westport and Freetown.] 
Third Bristol jurisdiction in New Bedford, Fairhavcn, Acushnet, Dart- 
mouth and Westport)— Justice, Frank A. Milliken. Special Justices, A. Ed- 
win Clarke and James L. Gillingfiam. Clerk, Thomas J. Cobb. Probation 
Officer, Edward Williams. Officer of the Court, Lemuel D. Adams. 

Court Held— At New Bedford, criminal, daily; civil, every Monday and 
Thursday. 

Dukes County. 

Dukes County (jurisdiction in Edgartown, Cottage City, Tisbury, West Tis- 
bury, Chilmark, Gay Head and Gosnold)— Justice. Edmund G. Eldridge. 
Special Justices, Beriah T. Hillman and Everett Allen Davis. 
Court Held— At Cottage City, Edgartown and Tisbury. 

Essex County. 
First Essex (jurisdiction in Salem, Beverly, Danvers, Hamilton, Middleton, 
Topsfield and Wenham)— Justice, Daniel E. Safford. Special Justices, Na- 
thaniel J. Holden and Charles W. Richardson. Clerk, William Perry. Court 
Officer, Charles W. Peart. Probation Officer, John W. Raymond. ' 
Court Held— At Salem, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, every Wednesday. 
Second Essex (jurisdiction in Amesbury and Merrimac)— Justice, George W. 
Cate. Special Justices, M. Perry Sargent and William Smeath. Probation 
Officer, Ralph O. Bailey. 
Court Held— At Amesbury, criminal, daily. 

Fkanklin County. 
Franklin (jurisdiction in all towns in Franklin County)— Justice, Edward E. 
Lyman. Special Justices, William S. Dana and Elisha S. Hall. Clerk, Will- 
lam S. Allen. 

Court Held— At Greenfield, Orange, Turner's Falls, Shelburne Falls, crim- 
inal, daily; civil, at Greenfield 1st Saturday, Orange 2d Saturday, Shelburue 
Falls 3d Saturday and Turner's Falls on the 4th Saturday of each month; 
Greenfield every Wednesday. 

Hampden County. 
Eastern Hampden (jurisdiction in Palmer, Brimfield, Monson, Holland and 
Wales)— Justice, William W. Leach. Special Justices, James B. Shaw and 
Herbert A. McFariand. Clerk, Arthur E. Fitch. Probation Officer, William 
Merriani. 
Court Held— At Palmer, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, every Saturday. 
Western Hampden (jurisdiction in Westfield, Chester, Granville, Southwick, 
Russell, Blandford, Tolland and Montgomery)— Justice, Homer B. Stevens. 
Special Justices, Willis S. Kellogg and Alfred F. Lilley. Clerk, Robert C. 
Parker. Probation Ollicer, Henry M. Miller. 

Court Held— At Chester, civil and criminal, 2d Wednesday of each month. 
At Westfield, criminal, daily, except 2d Wednesday of each month; civil, 
every Saturday. 

Hampshire County. 
Hampshire (court jurisdiction in towns of Hampshire County)— Justice, Will- 
iam P. Strickland. Special Justices, Alburn J. Fargo, John W. Mason. 
Clerk, Haynes H. Chllson. Probation Officer, George L. Harris. 

Court Held— At Northampton every day at 9 A. M., except 1st and 3d 
Wednesdays of each month and 2d and 4th Fridays of each month. At Am- 



DISTRICT COURTS. 135 

herst 1st and 3d Wednesdays of each month. At Huntington 2d and 4th 
. Thursdays of each month. At Ware on Friday of each week. At Belcher- 
town at the option of the Judge. 

Middlesex County. 
Fibst Northern Middlesex (jurisdiction In Ayer, Groton, Pepperell, Town- 
send, Ashby, Shirley, Westford, Littleton and Boxboro)— Justice, Levi Wal- 
lace. Special Justices, Warren H. Atwood and Charles F. Worcester. Clerk, 
George W. Sanderson. Probation Officer, George W. Sanderson. 

Court Held— At Ayer, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, last Saturday of 
each month. 
First Southern Middlesex (jurisdiction In Ashland, Framlngham, Hollls- 
ton, Sherborn, Sudbury and Wayland)— Justice, Willis A. Kingsbury. Spe- 
cial Justices, Lucius H. Wakefield and Walter Adams. Clerk, Joseph H. 
Ladd. Probation Officer, Joseph H. Ladd. 

Court Held— At South Framlngham, criminal, daily; civil, regular trial 
days, Mondays. 
First Eastern Middlesex (jurisdiction in North Reading, Wakefield. Mel- 
rose, Maiden, Everett and Med ford)— Justice, John W. Pettingill. Special 
Justices, Thomas S. Harlow and Charles M. Bruce. Clerk, William N. Ty- 
ler. Assistant Clerk, Wilfred B. Tyler. Probation Officer, Charles C. Blan- 
chard. 

Court Held— At Maiden, criminal, dally; civil, weekly, at Maiden Mondays, 
Tuesdays and Saturdays. 
Second Eastern Middlesex (jurisdiction in Wnltham, Watertown and Wes- 
ton)— Justice, Enos T. Luce. Special Justices, Samuel P. Abbott and Ed- 
ward Irving Smith. Clerk, Dudley Roberts. Probation Officer, Nathaniel 
A. Moody. 
Court Held— At Waltham, criminal, dally; civil, every Saturday. 
Third Eastern Middlesex (jurisdiction in Cambridge, Arlington and Bel- 
mont)— Justice, Charles Almy. Special Justices, Samuel W. McDaniel and 
Augustine J. Daly. Clerk, Emerson W. Law. Assistant Clerk, Herbert J. 
Splaine. Probation Officer, Frederick W. Hagar. 
Court Held— At Cambridge, criminal, daily; civil, every Thursday. 
Fourth Eastern Middlesex (jurisdiction in Reading, Stoneham, Wilming- 
ton, Woburn, Winchester and Burlington) — Justice, Edward F. Johnson. 
Special Justices, George S. Littlelield and Charles D. Adams. Clerk, Arthur 
E. Gage. Probation otiicer, Edward Simonds. 
Court Held— At Woburn, criminal, daily; civil, every Saturday. 
Central Middlesex (jurisdiction in Acton. Bedford, Carlisle, Concord, Lin- 
coln, Maynard, Stow and Lexington)— Justice, John S. Keyes. Special Jus- 
tices, Present t Keyes and Elihu Loomis. Probation Officer, Edward 
Clahane. 

Court Held— At Concord, criminal, daily; civil, 1st and 3d Wednesdays of 
each month. 

Norfolk County. 
Eastern Norfolk (jurisdiction in Randolph, Braintree, Cohasset, Weymouth, 
Quincy, Holbrook and Milton)— Justice, James Humphrey. Special Justices, 
E. Granville Pratt and Louis A. Cook. Clerk, John P. S. Churchill. Pro- 
bation Officer, Francis A. Spear. 
Court Held— At Quincy, criminal, daily at 9 A. M.; civil, every Tuesday. 
Northern Norfolk (jurisdiction in Dedham, Hyde Park, Dover, Norwood, 
Westwood, Medtield, Needham and Wellesley)— Justice. Emery G rover. 
Special Justices, Fred J. Hutchinson and Harrison A. Plympton. Clerk, 
Edward S. Fellows. 
Court Held— At Dedham. 
Western Norfolk (jurisdiction in Bellingham, Foxboro, Franklin. Medway, 
Millis, Norfolk, Walpole and Wrentham)— Justice, Orestes T. Doe. Special 
Justice, Henry E. Rnggles. Clerk, Harry L. Howard. 
Court Held— At Walpole and Franklin.* 
Southern Norfolk (jurisdiction in Stoughton, Canton, Sharon and Avon)— 
Justice, Oscar A. Marden. Special Justices, Bushrod Morse and Henry F. 
Buswell. Clerk, Michael F. Ward. Probation Officer, David Forsaith. 

Court Held— At Stoughton and Canton, criminal, daily; civil, every Tues- 
day. 

Plymouth County. 
Second Plymouth (jurisdiction In Abington, Rockland, Hingham, Hull, Han- 
over, Hanson, Scltuate, Norwell and Whitman)— Justice, George W. Kelley. 
Special Justices, Charles H. Edson and Edward B. Pratt. Clerk, Otis W. 
Soule. Probation Officer, Otis W. Soule. 

Court Held— At Abington and Hingham, civil and criminal, daily; writs 
returnable at Abington. Any action may be tried In either of the court 
towns. 



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TniHD Plymouth (jurisdiction In Plymouth, Kingston, Plytnptou, Pembroke, 
Duxbury and Marshfleld)— Justice, Charles G. Davis. Special Justices, Will- 
lam S. Danforth and Daniel E. Damon. Clerk, Benjamin A. Hathaway. 
Probation Officer, Benjamin A. Hathaway. 
Court Held— At Plymouth, criminal, dally; civil every Saturday. 

Fourth Plymouth (jurisdiction in Middleboro, Wareham, Lakeville, Marlon, 
Mattapolsett and Rochester) — Justice, George D. Alden. Special Justices, 
George W. Stetson and Nathan Washburn. Clerk, William L. Chipman. 
Probation Officer, W. L. Chipman. 

Court Held— At Middleboro, criminal, every Tuesday, Wednesday and 
Saturday; civil, every Saturday. At Wareham, criminal, every Monday, 
Thursday and Friday. [Third and Fourth Plymouth Districts have con- 
current jurisdiction in Carver and Halifax.] 

Worcester County. 

First Northern Worcester (jurisdiction in Athol, Petersham. Phillipston, 
Royalston. Templeton. Gardner and Hubbardston)— Justice. Charles Field. 
Special Justices, James A. Stiles and Sidney P. Smith. Clerk, Charles B. 
Boyce. Probation Officer. Charles B. Boyce. 

Court Held— At Gardner and Athol, criminal, as public convenience may 
require; civil, writs, etc., returned at Gardner; trials at Gardner 1st and 3d 
Saturdays and at Athol 2d and 4th Saturdays of each month. 

First Southern Worcester (jurisdiction in Sturbridge, Southbridge, Charl- 
ton, Dudley, Oxford and Webster)— Justice, Andrew J. Bartholomew. Spe- 
cial Justices, Henry J. Clark and Victor W. Lamoureus. Clerk, Frederick 
H. Berger. Probation Officer, Elia B. Wakefield. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT-1899. 

State election on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
Governor— His Excellency Roger Wolcott (R) of Boston, $8,000. 
Lieut. Governor— His Honor W. MURRAY Crank (R) of Dalton, $2,000. 
Secretary of the Commonwealth— William M. Olin (R) of Boston, $3,500. 
Treasurer and Receher General— Edward I'. Shaw (R) of Newburyporr, 
$5,000. 
Auditor of Accounts— Jojin W. Kimball (R) of FItchburg, $3,500. 
Attorney General— Hosea M. Knowlton (R) of New Bedford, $5,000. 

COUNCILORS. 
Salary $800 per year and expenses of travel. 
District No. 1— Nathaniel F. Ryder (It) of Middleboro. 
District No. 2— William W. Davis (It) of Boston. 
District No. .3— Geo. N. Swallow (R) of Boston. 
District No. 4— Charles I. Quirk (1>) of Boston. 
District No. 5— Horace H. Atherton (R) of Saugus. 
District No. 0— S. Herbert Howe (R) of Marlboro. 
District No. 7— Martin V. B. Jefferson (R) of Worcester. 
District No. 8— Parley A. Russell (It) of Great Barrington. 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 
Legislature meets first Wednesday in January. 
SENATE. 
President— George E. Smith (It), Everett. 
Clerk— Henry D. Coolidgc, Concord. 
Assistant Clerk— William H. Sanger, Boston. 
Sergeant-at-Arms— John G. B. Adams, Lynn. 
Chaplain— Rev. Edmund Dowse, Sherborn. 

* Senators. 
Salary $750 for the session. 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

District. 

1 Charles T. Witt (R), Boston. 

2 Peter P. Tague (D), Boston. 

3 William J. Donovan (D), Boston. 

4 John A. Keliher (D), Boston. 

5 Charles H. Innes (R), Boston. 

6 John E. Baldwin (D), Boston. 

7 William H. Lott (R), Boston. 

8 Arthur A. Maxwell (Ri, Boston. 

9 John J. Fenno (D), Boston. 

ESSEX AND MIDDLESEX COUNTIES. 

District— Essex. 

1 Henry C. Attwill (It), Lynn. 

2 William Reynolds (R), Marbleuead 

3 Charles O. Bailev (It), Newbury. 

4 Samuel W. George (It), Haverhill. 

5 Charles F. Sargent (It), Lawrence 
District— Middlesex. 

1 A. L. Harwood (It), Newton Cen. 

2 F. W. Dallinger (It), Cambridge. 

3 W. H. Hodgkins (It), Somerville. 

4 George E. Smith (It), Everett. 

5 Fred Jov (It), Winchester. 

6 Frank A. Patch (It), Roxboro. 

7 Geo. Edson Putnam (It), Lowell. 
Middlesex and Essex District- 
Howard K. Sanderson (It), Lynn. 

WORCESTER COUNTY. 

1 Chi>8. G. Washburn (It), Worcester. 
V Francis A. Harrington ilO, 

Worcester. 



3 Samuel S. Gleason (It), Gardner. 

4 Wilson II. Fairbank (It). Warren. 

5 John E. McClellan (It), Grafton. 

BERKSHIRE, HAMPSHIRE, FRANKLIN 
AND HAMrDEN COUNTIES. 

Berkshire District— 

Wm. A. Whittlesey (R), Pittsfield. 

Berkshire and Hampshire District- 
Thomas Post (It), Lenox. 

Franklin and Hampshire District- 
Herbert C. Parsons (It), Greenfield.. 

District— Hampden. 

1 Thomas W. Keneflck (D), Palmer. 

2 George N. Tyner (It), Holyoke. 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 

1 B. Herbert Woodsum (It), 

Bralntree. 

2 Fred H. Williams (It), Brookline. 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

1 Walter L. Bouve (R), Hingham. 

2 L. E. Chamberlain (It), Brockton. 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Warren S. Leach (It), R;iynham. 
William Moran (D), Full River. 



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It), New Bedford. 

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DUKES AND 
COUNTIES. 

Cape District- 
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Speaker— John L. Bates (R), Boston. 
Clerk— James W. Kimball. Lynn. 
Assistant Clerk— Frank E. Bridgman, Boston. 
Sergeant-at-Arms— John G. B. Adams, Lynn. 
Chaplain— Rev. Daniel W. Waldron, Boston. 



Representatives. 
Salary, $750 for the session. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 

Dist. Names of Members. Residence. 

1 Aaron S. Crosby (R), Barnstable. 

2 Darius M. Niekerson (11), Harwich 

3 R. E. Conwell (R), Provincetown 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

1 Willard M. Brown (D), No. Adams 
Robert B. Harvie (ID, No. Adams 

2 John F. Prinde (Di. Williamstown 

3 George Z. Dean di), Cheshire 

4 William Tolman (R), PittsfleJd 
William Turtle (R), Pittstield 

5 Jas. S. Moore (D), W. Stockbridge 

6 Chas. G. Smith (R), New Marlboro 

7 S. Hopkins Bushnell (R), Sheffield 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 

1 Alfred R. Crosby (R), Attleboro 
Henry T. Horton (It), Rehoboth 

2 Nathan W. Shaw (R), Raynham 

3 Eugene E. Donovan (D-I), Taunton 

4 Silas D. Reed (R), Taunton 

5 Clarence A. Briirgs (R), Taunton 

6 Chas. W. Howland (R), Dartmouth 

7 John H. Lowe (R), New Bedford 
Samuel Ross (R), New Bedford 

8 Wm. J. Bullock (R), New Bedford 
F. W. Francis (R). New Bedford 

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Fall River 
Fall River 
Fall River 
Fall River 
Fall River 



9 William Hopewell (R), 
Robert Howard (ID, 

10 Thomas Donahue (D), 
Michael B. Jones (D), 

11 Wilfred Ainsworth (R), 
Alex. Lockhart (R), 
A. H. Morrison (R), 

DUKES COUNTY. 

1 William S. Swift (R), 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

1 Daniel W. Davis (R), 

2 B. F. Stan lev (R). Ne 

3 Louis M. Scutes (D-S), 

4 Geo. H. Carleton (R), 

5 James F. Gary (D-S), 

6 Guy W. Currier (D), 
Archie N. Frost (R), 

7 William Daly (I>), 
Richard Cullinane (D), 
D. A. Murphy (D), 

8 William Odlin (ID, 
1) Wm. T. Pike (ID, 

10 Addison P. Loaioyd (R) 
Abelard E. Wells (ID, 

11 James F. Seavey (R), 
Robert S. Sisson (R), 

12 Chas. E. Haywood (ID, 
Thomas F. Porter (R), 



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Methuen 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Andover 

Groveiand 

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Peabody 

Lynn 

Lynn 

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13 Wm. R. Salter (It), Lynn 
Chas. H. Ramsdell (R), Lynn 

14 Frank P. Bennett (R), Saugus 
George F. Harwood (It), Lynn 

15 William Bridgeo (D), Marblohead 

16 William D. Chappie (R), Salem 

17 .7. Frank Dalton (R), Salem 

18 Charles E. Trow (R), Saleui 

19 Samuel Cole (R), Beverly 
Franklin K. Hooper (R), 

Manchester 

20 John Favor (R), Gloucester 
C. S. Marchant (I-C), Gloucester 

21 Leander M. Haskins (I), Rockport 

22 F. D. Henderson (R), Rowley 
Chas. P. Mills (R), Newburyport 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

1 Jos. C. Severance (R), Shelburne 

2 Wm. A. Davenport (D), Greentield 

3 John E. Kavenaugh (D), Montague 

4 Charles C. Brooks (D), Orange 

HAMPDEN COUNTY. 

1 Nelson A. Bugbee (D), Monson 

2 Calvin S. Miller (ID, Southwiok 

3 L. D. Robinson (ID, Springfield 
Wllmore B. Stone (D), Springfield 

4 Herbert C. Puffer (ID, Springfield 
Albert T. Folsom (R), Springfield 

5 Edw. M. Lombard (R), Springfield 

6 Daniel J. Driscoll (D), Chicopee 

7 Thomas J. Dillon (D), Holyoke 
Thomas J. Dooling (D), Holyoke 

8 William E. Judd (ID, Holyoke 

9 Andrew Campbell (R), Westfleld 
F. S. Dewey, Jr., (D), Westfleld 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 

1 Chas. S. Crouch (R), Northampton 
Win. II. Feiker (R), Northampton 

2 CIimh. If. Upson (R), Easthampton 

3 Go<». !•:. Fisher (R), Amherst 

4 Merrick A.Morse (R), Belchertown 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

1 JanieM J. Myers (R), Cambridge 

2 Willi" "» K- Davis (R), Cambridge 
j. ; \. Montgomery (D), Cambridge 

3 Coin, lius Minihan (D), Cambridge 



Daniel 
Chun. I'- Keith (R), 
AllM'i'l S. Apsey (R), 
UoriK'f C. White (R), 
r.-ninU I- I'"ittS (It), 



S. Coolidge (R), Cambridge 
Cambridge 
Cambridge 
Somervllle 
Somerville 
Somervllle 
10. |f). Huntress (R I), Somervllle 

8 l. II. < handler (R), Somerville 

9 MflM.l.irt \i. Keyou (I)), Medford 
10 H. Ih'UMtia Newton (ID, Everett 

ICdwnril C. Mead (R), Everett 



Lti 



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(ID, 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 



11 William Sohofield (It), Maiden 
Henry E. Turner (II), Maiden 
John A. Powers (R), Maiden 

12 John P. Libb}' (It), Medford 

13 J. Howell Crosby (It), Arlington 

14 Henry R. Skinner (It), Watertown 

15 Geo. F. Leslie (R), Waltham 
Chas. F. A. Smith (R), Waltham 

16 N. Henry Chadwick (R), Newton 
John T. Langford (It C), Newton 

17 Henry L. Brown (R), Weston 

18 Timothy F. Sullivan (D), Natiek 

19 Albert II. Ray (D), Ashland 

20 H. F. Twomblv (It). Framingham 

21 Wm. M. Brigham (It), Marlboro 
George Balcom (D), Marlboro 

22 Chas. II. Persons (It), " Maynard 

23 Herbert J. Harwood (R), Littleton 

24 Chns. H. Miller (It). Peppercll 

25 Wm. H. I. Hayes (R), Lowe'l 
Wm. J. Quigley (in. Chelmsford 
Walter S. Watson (It), Lowell 

26 Arthur II. Cliier (It). Lowell 
M. M. Mansfield (I)), Lowell 
Geo. E. Varney (It), Lowell 

27 Butler Ames (It), Lowell 
John T. Sparks (D). Draeut 

28 James W. Grimes (R), Reading 
Alva S. Wood (It), Woburn 

29 Charles A. Dean (D), Wakefield 

30 William H. Marden (It), Stoneham 

31 Chas. H. Adams (It), Melrose 

NANTUCKET COUNTY. 

1 David B.Andrews (I-C), Nantucket 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 

1 David Neal (It), Dedham 

2 Benj. C. Dean (R), Brookline 

3 Walter S. Weston (R), Hyde Park 

4 Frederic P. Drake (R), Canton 

5 Eben W. Sheppard (lt», Quincv 
Eugene II. Sprague ill), Quincv 

6 Martin E. Hawes (It), Weymouth 
John B. Whelan (D), Weymouth 

7 Charles F. King (D), Holbrook 

8 Silas A. Stone (It), Sharon 

9 Allen F. Smith (It), Dover 
10 L. L. Burrington (It), Franklin 

Geo. F. Williams (R), Foxboro 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

1 William S. Kyle (It), Plymouth 

2 Albert M. Gouldinp: (It), Duxbury 

3 Edw. E. Wentworth (It), Cohasset 

4 Elisha T. Harvell ill). Rockland 

5 Franklin P. Harlow (It), Whitman 

6 Albert Itounseville (Itt, Rochester 

7 Wm. C. Litchfield (It C It), 

Middleboro 

8 Curtis Eddy (11), W. Bridgewater 

9 Eugene B. Estes (R), Brockton 

10 John J. Whipple (11), Brockton 
Portus B. Hancock (D), Brockton 

11 David W. Battles (It), Brockton 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

1 John L. Bates (R), Boston 
Hugh L. Stalker (R), Boston 

2 James H. Donovan (D), Boston 
John J. Douglass (D), Boston 

3 Jeremiah F. McCarthy (D), Boston 
John I. Toiand (D), Boston 

4 Thomas II. Green (D), Boston 
Jeremiah J. McCarthy (R), Boston 



5 William J. Milkr (D). 
Edmund J. Twomey (D), 

6 Daniel J. Kane (D), 
Michael J. Donovan (D). 

7 Wm. T. A. Fitzgerald (D), 
Thomas Mackey (D), 

8 Edw. J. Donovan (D), 
Martin M. Lomasney (D), 

9 John J. Gartland (D), 
David A. Mahonev (D), 

10 Charles S. Gierke (It), 
William C. Parker (R), 

11 Chas. It. Saunders (It), 
Geo. S. Selfridge (It), 

12 John B. Dumond (It), 
Edward I'. Sands (R), 

13 Hugh W. Bresnahan (D-I) 
Fred'k C. Mahonev (D), 

14 Michael J. Sullivan (D), 
John J. Toomey (D-I-It), 

15 Wm. Kells. Jr. (D), 
Daniel V. Mclsnac (D), 

16 Fred'k W. Farwell (It), 
Arthur P. Russell (It), 

17 John P. Lanergan (In, 
James H. Queeney (D), 

18 Thos. A. Conrov (D), 
Michael E. Gaddis (D), 

19 John J. Flanagan (D), 
Oliver S. Grant (D), 

20 Frank A. Foster (It). 
Joseph I. Stewart (It), 

21 It. F. Andrews Jr. (It), 
Wm. E. Skillinffs (It), 

22 John Bleiler (It), 
Randolph V. King (R), 

23 John M. Minton (D), 
Albert B. Root (It), 

24 Fred C. Gilpatric (R), 
Harry B. Whall (R), 

25 Wm. D. Wheeler (R), 
Leonard W. Ross (It), 

26 Wallace Spoonor (It), 

27 Edw. E. Willard (R), 

28 Willard Howland (It), 

WORCESTER COUNTY. 

1 P. S. Newton (It), Rovalston 

2 Geo. N. Dyer (Di, Gardner 
Francis Leland (It), Templeton 

3 Austin F. Adams (R), Barre 

4 Ward N. Boylston (It), Princeton 

5 Chas. V. Corey (It), Sturbridge 

6 E. D. Marchesseault (D), Spencer 

7 Edwin Bartlett (It), Oxford 
Joseph P. Love (D), Webster 

8 Geo. J. Dudley (It), Sutton 

9 C. II. Harriman (D), Northbridge 
Arthur A. Simmons (It), Grafton 

10 Henry L. Chase (It), Westboro 
Clifford A. Cook (It), Mil ford 

11 Guilford P. Heath (It), Northboro 
S. Ives Wallace (It), Clinton 

12 Jas. A. Litchfield tit), Lunenburg 

13 Charles II. Blood (It), Fitcliburg 
Albert H. Burgess (It), Fitchburg 

14 Alex. S. Paton (It), Leominster 

15 J. Lewis Ellsworth (It), Worcester 

16 John I*. Munroe (It), Worcester 

17 W. I. McLonghlin (D), Worcester 

18 James II. Mellon (D), Worcester 

19 John G. Hagberg (It), Worcester 

20 James Hunt (It), Worcester 

21 Chas. It. Johnson (It), Worcester 

22 Chas. T. Tatman (It), Worcester 



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Boston 
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STATE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Office, Rooms 134-136 State House. Boston. 

President—His Excellency Roger Wolcott, ex-officio. 

First Vice-President— James S. Grinnell, Greenfield. 

Second Vice-President— E. W. Wood, West Newton. 

Secretary to July 1, 1S99— William R. Sessions, Hampden; salary, .152,500. 

Secretary from July 1, 1899— James W. Stockwell, Sutton. 

Members ex-officio. 

His Excellency Roger Wolcott, Governor. 
His Honor W. Murray Crane, Lieutenant Governor. 
Hon. William M. Olin, Secretary of the Commonwealth. 
C. A. Goessmann, Ph. D., LL. D., Chemist of the Board. 
Henry H. Goodell, M. A., LL. D., President of Massachusetts Agricultural 
College. 

Members appointed by the Governor and Council. 

Francis IT. Appleton of Peabody, Dwight A. Horton of Northampton and 
James S. Grinnell of Greenfield. 

Members chosen by the Incorporated Societies. 

Amesbury and Salisbury Agricultural Society. F. W. Sargent of Amesbury. 

Barnstable County Agricultural Society, John Bursley of West Barnstable. 

Berkshire Agricultural Society, Wesley B. Barton of Dalton. 

Blackstone Valley, Samuel B. Taft of Uxbridge. 

Bristol County Agricultural Society, Edward M. Thurston of Swansea. 

Deerfield Valley Agricultural Society, Henry A. Howard of Colrain. 

Eastern Hampden Agricultural Society, O. P. Allen of Palmer. 

Essex Agricultural Society, Francis H. Appleton of Peabody (Post Office, 
Lynnfield). 

Franklin County Agricultural Society, F. L. Whitniore of Sunderland. 

Hampshire Agricultural Society, George P. Smith of Sunderland. 

Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden, E. E. Wood of Northampton. 

Highland Agricultural Society, C. K. Brewster of Worthington. 

Hillside Agricultural Society, A Ivan Barrus of Goshen (P. O. Lithia). 

Hlngham Agricultural Society, Edmund Hersey of Hingham. 

Hoosac Valley, N. B. Baker of Savoy Center. 

Housatonic Agricultural Society, Charles B. Benedict of Egremont. 

Manufacturers' Agricultural Society, Oscar S. Thayer of Attleboro. 

Marshfield Agricultural Society, Walton Hall of Marshfield. 

Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society, E. A. Davis of West Tisbury. 

Massachusetts' Society for Promoting Agriculture, N. I. Bowd'itch of 
Framingham. 

Massachusetts Horticultural, E. W. Wood of West Newton. 

Middlesex (North) Agricultural Society, Joshua Clark of Tewksbury tP O 
Lowell). 

Middlesex (South) Agricultural Society, Isaac Damon of Wayland (Post 
Office, Cochltuate). 

Nantucket Agricultural Society, J. S. Appleton, Jr., of Nantucket. 

Oxford Agricultural Society. J. W. Stockwell of Sutton. 

Plymouth County Agricultural Society, Augustus Pratt of North Mlddleboro. 

Speucer Agricultural Society, J. Elton Green of Spencer. 

Union Agricultural Society, Almon W. Lloyd of Hlandford. 

Weymouth Agricultural Society, Q. L. Reed of South Weymouth. 

Worcester Agricultural Society, J. Lewis Ellsworth of Worcester. 

Worcester (Northwest) Agricultural Society, T. H. Goodspeed of Athol 
Center. 

Worcester (South), C. D. Richardson of West Brookfleld. 

Worcester County (West) Agricultural Society, Charles A. Gleason of New 
Brain tree. 

Worcester (East) Agricultural Society, W. A. Kllbourn of South Lancaster 



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STATE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. 141 

Specialists. 

Chemist— Dr. C. A. Goessmann, Amherst. 

Entomologist— Prof. C. II. Fernald, Amherst. 

Botanist and Pomologist— Prof. S. T. Maynard, Amherst. 

Veterinarian— Prof. James B. Paige, Amherst. 

Engineer— William Wheeler, Concord. 

Ornithologist— E. H. Forbush, Maiden. 

Librarian and Curator (First Clerk)— F. H. Fowler; salary, $1,600. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
Office, State House, Boston. 

The Board consists of the governor and lieutenant governor, ex-offieio, and 
eight members, one to be appointed annually by the Governor and Council. 

Kate Gannett Wells, Boston; Franklin Carter, Williamstown; George I. 
Aldrich, Newton; Elmer II. Capen, Somerville; Elijah B. Stoddard, Worcester; 
George H. Conley, Boston; Alice Freeman Palmer, Cambridge, and Joel D. 
Miller, Leominster. 

Secretary— Frank A. Hill; salary, .$4,500. 

Clerk and Treasurer— C. B. Tlllinghast. 

Agents— John T. Prince, G. T. Fletcher, James W. MacDonald and Henry 
T. Bailey; salaries, $2,500 each and expenses. 

BOARD OF CHARITY. 
Office, State House, Boston. 

Leontine Lincoln, Chairman, Fall River; Henrietta G. Codman, Vice- 
Chairman, Brookline; Anne B. Richardson, Lowell; Edward Hitchcock, M. D., 
Amherst; Charles F. Donnelly, Boston; Laban Pratt, Boston; James M. Pull- 
man, D. D., Lynn; Henry 8. Nourse, Lancaster, and Jabez Fox, Cambridge. 

Clerk of the Board— John D. Wells; salary, $2/200. 

Superintendent of State Adult Poor— S. C. Wrightington; salary, $3,200. 

Superintendent of State Minor Wards— William 1'. Derby, M. D.; salary, 
$2,500. 

BOARD OF INSANITY. 

Office, State House, Boston. 

George F. Jelly, Chairman, Boston; Francis B. Gardner, Secretary, Brock- 
ton; Edward S. Bradford, Springfield; Charles R. Codman, Barnstable; Her- 
bert B. Howard, Boston. 

Executive Officer— Charles E. Woodbury, M. D. ; salary, $2,750. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 
Office, State House, Boston. 

Henry P. Walcott, M. D., Chairman, Cambridge; Frank W. Draper, Boston; 
Gerard C. Tobey, Wareham; James W. Hull, Pittsfield; Charles II. Porter, 
Quincy; Julian A. Mead, Watertown, and Hiram F. Mills, Lowell. 

Secretary— Samuel W. Abbott, M. D.; salary, $3,000. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 
Office, No. 20 Beacon street, Boston. 
John E. Sanford, Chairman, Taunton; George W. Bishop, Newtonville; Her- 
sey B. Goodwin, Cambridge; Clerk, William A. Crafts, Boston; Account- 
ant, Fred E. Jones, Brookline; Bridge Engineer, George F. Swain, Boston; 
Assistant Clerk, William J. McCullough, Chelsea; Inspectors, Daniel M. 
Wheeler of Worcester, Grafton Upton of Boston and Charles E. Paige of 
Lowell. 

OTHER BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. 

Accounts of County Officers. Office, Commonwealth Building, Boston. 
Controller— Charles R. Prescott, Maiden; salary. $2,500. Deputy Controllers- 
James M. Cushman, Taunton, salary $1,800; Franklin A. Gowen, Wakefield, 
salary $1,500; William II. Wing, Maiden; salary .$1,500. 

Arbitration and Conciliation. Office, State House, Boston. Richard P. 
Barry, Lynn, salary $2,000; Charles Dana Palmer, Lowell, salary $2,000; 
Charles H. Walcott, Concord, salary $2,000. Clerk— Bernard F. Supple, sal- 
ary $1,200. 

Armories. John W. Leighton, Boston, salary $2,500; Josiah Pickett, Worces- 
ter; Joseph N. Peterson, Salem. 



142 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

Ballot Law. James F. Jackson, Fall River; Arthur Lincoln, Hiugham; Hen- 
ry V. Cunningham, Boston. $300 each allowed by Governor and Council. 

Bar Examiners. Henry S. Dewey, Chairman, Boston; Edward P. Pierce, 
Secretary, Fitchburg; Jabez Fox, Cambridge; Milton Reed, Fall River; 
Frederick L. Greene, Greenfield. 

Boston, Board of Police of. Office, No. 37 Pemberton square, Boston. H. 

F. Adams, salary $4,000; Robert F. Clark, salary $4,000; Charles P. Curtis, 
Jr., Boston, salary $4,000. Clerk— Thomas Ryan, Boston, salary $2,500. 

Boston Transit Commission. Office, No. 20 Beacon street, Boston. George 

G. Crocker, Boston; Horace G. Allen, Boston. 
Boston. Pilot Commissioners for the Port of. Office, 710 Chamber of 

Commerce, Boston. John C. Ross, Plymouth; Justus A. Bailey, Kingston. 

Cattle. Office, Commonwealth Building, Boston. Chairman— Austin Peters, 
Boston: Secretary, John M. Parker, Haverhill; Leander F. - Ilerrick, Wor- 
cester; Charles A. Dennen, Pepperell; Maurice O'Connell, Holyoke. (See 
Cattle Inspectors.) Compensation $5 per diem. 

Civil Service. Office, State House, Boston. Chairman— Charles Theodore 
Russell, Jr., Cambridge; Edward P. Wilbur, Boston; Charles II. Porter, 
Quincy. Chief Examiner— Henry Sherwin. salary $3,000. Clerk— Warren 
P. Dudley, salary $2,000. Registrar of Labor— William L. Hicks. 

Corporations. Office, State House, Boston. Charles Endicott, Canton. 

Dairy Bureau. Office. Commonwealth Building, Boston. Chairman— D. A. 
Horton, Northampton; J. Lewis Ellsworth, Worcester; C. D. Richardson, 
West Brookfield. Executive Officer— William R. Sessions. Assistant- 
George M. Whitaker. 

Dentistry, Board of Registration in. George A. Maxfield. Holyoke; 
Dwight M. Clapp, Boston; Thomas J. Barrett, Worcester; John F. Dowsley, 
Boston; George E. Mitchell, Haverhill. Compensation, fees. 

Fall River, Board of Police of. Joseph Healy, Bradford D. Davol, John 
Stanton, all of Fall River. 

Fire Marshal. Office, State House, Boston. Charles W. Whiteomb, Boston, 
salary $4,500. Deputy— Joseph E. Shaw, Lynn, salary $2,500. ! 

Firemen's Relief Fund. Charles S. Paisler, New Bedford; James C. Crom- 
ble, Lawrence; Clifford H. Plummer. Boston. 

Fish, Inspector General of. Austin B. Bray, Gloucester. Compensation, 
fees. 1 

Gas and Electric Light. Office, State House, Boston. Chairman— Forrest 
E. Barker, Worcester, salary $3,000; Morris Sehaff, Pittsfleld. salary $2,500; 
Charles H. Gilford, New Bedford, salary $2,500. Clerk— Robert G. Tobey, 
Boston, salary $2,000. 1 

Gas and Gas Meters, Inspector of. Office, No. 32 Hawley street, Boston. 
Charles I). Jenkins, Winchester, salary $2,000. Assistant Inspector— Law- 
rence S. James, Boston, salary $1,200. j 

Greylock Reservation. Alfred B. Mole, Adams; Francis W. Rockwell, Pitts- 
fleld; John Bascomb, Williamstown. 

Harbor and Land. Office, State House, Boston. Chairman— Woodward Em- 
ery, Cambridge, salary $2,400; Clinton White, Melrose, salary $li,00U; Chas. 
C. Doten, Plymouth, salary $2,000. | 

Highways. Office, No. 4 Mount Vernon street, Boston. Chairman— Thomas 
C. Mendenhall, Worcester; Charles W. Ross, Newton; William E. Mc- 
Clintock, Chelsea. Salaries, $2,000 each. 

Inland Fisheries and Game— Edward A. Brackett, Winchester, $1,800; Isaiah 
C. Young, Welltleet, $5 per day; Elisha D. Buffington, Worcester, $5 per day. 

Insurance. Office, State House, Boston. Frederick L. Cutting, Chelsea, sal- 
ary $3,500. Deputy— Frank II. Ilaidison, Somerville, salary $2,500. 

Labor Statistics, Bureau of. office, State House, Boston. Chief— Horace 
G. Wadlin, Reading, snhiry $2,500. First Clerk— Charles F. Pidgin, salary 
$1,800. Second Clerk— Frank H. Drown, salary $1,500. 

Liquors, State Assaykr of. Office, No. 13 Broad street, Boston. Stephen P. 
Sharpies, Cambridge, salary $1,200. 

Lumber, Surveyor General of. Office, No. 27 Doane street, Boston. John 
W. Wiggln, Boston. Compensation, fees. 

Medicine, Board of Registration in. Office, State House, Boston. C. Ed- 
win Miles, Boston; William C. Cutler, Chelsea: Walter P. Bowers, Clin- 
ton; Samuel II. Calderwood, Boston; Augustus L. Chase, Randolph; Augus- 
tus C. Walker, Greenfield. Secretary— Edwin B. Harvey, Westboro. 



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Metropolitan Park. Office, No. 14 Beacon street, Boston. Chairman- 
William B. de las Casas, Maiden; David N. Sklllings, Winchester; Edwin B 
Haskell, Newton; Ellerton P. Whitney, Milton; Edwin U. Curtis, Boston- 
all without compensation. Secretary— John Woodbury, salary $4,000. 

Metropolitan Sewerage. Office, No. 1 Mount Vernon street, Boston. George 
A. Kimball, Somerville; Hosea Kingman, Bridgewater; Tilly Haynes, Bos- 
ton. Compensation, $3,000 each. Clerk— Herbert E. Brayton, Full River, 
salary $2,500. j 

Metropolitan Water. Office, No. 3 Mount Vernon street, Boston. Chair- 
man—Henry II. Sprague, Boston, salary $5,000; Henry P. Walcott, Cam 
bridge, salary $4,500; Wilmot R. Evans, Everett, salary $4,500. Secretary- 
William N. Davenport, Marlboro, salary $4,500. 

Nautical Training School. Office, Commonwealth Building, Boston. Chair- 
man—Rear Admiral George E. Belknap, U. S. N., Brookline; Robert B. 
Dixon, M. D., Boston; -Albert Bushncll Hart, Ph. D., Cambridge. 

Paris Exposition. George von L. Meyer, Hamilton; Charles E. Adams, 
Lowell; Charles S. Hamlin, Brookline; Frances M. Lincoln, Worcester; 
Charles L. Lovering, Taunton; William B. Rice, Quiucy; William Whiting, 
Holyoke; Agnes Irwin, Cambridge. 

Pension Agent. Office, State House, Boston. Joseph B. Parsons, North- 
ampton, salary $2,000. 

Pharmacy, Board of Registration in. Office, State House, Boston. .Pres- 
ident, John Larrabee, Melrose; John A. Rice, North Adams; Amos K. Til- 
den, Boston; Freeman II. Butler, Lowell; C. F. Nixon, Leominster. Com- 

. pensation, fees. 

Prisons. Office, State House. Boston. Henry Parkman, Boston; Herbert D. 
Ward, Newton Centre; Margaret I*. Russell, Boston; Arthur H. Wellington, 
Maiden; Mary V. O'Callaghan, Worcester. Secretary — J. Warren Bailey, 
Somerville. 

Prisons, General Superintendent of. Office, State House, Boston. Fred- 
erick G. Pettigrove, Boston, salary $3,500. 

Public Libraries. Chairman— C. B. Tillinghast, State Library, Boston; Eliza- 
beth P. Sohier, Beverly; Henry S. Nourse, Lancaster; Samuel S. Green, j 
Worcester; Anna S. Ainory, Boston. No compensation. 

Public Records. Office, State House, Boston.' Robert T. Swan, Boston, 
salary $2,500. 

Public Statutes. Consolidation of. Office, Ashburton place, Boston. I 
William M. Butler, New Bedford; Francis W. Hurd, Boston; Charles W. i 

Gifford, New Bedford. 

Savings Banks. Office, State House, Boston. Chairman— Starkes Whiton, 
Hingham, salary $3,500; William D. T. Trefry, Marblehead, salary $3,000; 
Warren E. Locke, Norwood, salary, $3,000. I 

State Aid. Office, State House, Boston. John W. Kimball, Auditor of Ac- 
counts; Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. Clerk of Board— Charles W. Has- 
tings, salary $2,500. 

State House Construction. Office, State House, Boston. All vacant. 

State Library. State House. Librarian— C. B. Tillinghast, salary $3,000. 

Tax. Office, State House, Boston. Charles Endicott, Canton, salary $3,500; \ 

Deputy — Harrison Gray Otis, AVorcester. • 

Topographical Survey and Map. Office, State House, Boston. Albert E. 
Burton, Desmond FitzGerald, Brookline; Frank W. Hodgdon, Arlington 

Wrecks and Shipwrecked Goods. James W. Bradley, Rockport; Washing- 
ton F. Pierce, Wellfleet; Isaac H. Folger, Nantucket; John S. Grbvor, Ip- 
swich; William H. Nickerson, Eastham; William B. Floyd, Winthrop; A. 
Brooks Anderson, Scituate; Edward W. Chadwick, Ed^artown; Wendell L. 
Hinckley, Yarmouth; Horace E. Baker, Marshtiold; Thomas H. G. Douglass, 
Gloucester; Charles C. Crosby, Nantucket; William McKay, Newburyport; 
E. Parker Welch, Scituate; Daniel W. Nickerson, Chatham; Martin V. B. 
Stone, Swampseott; Francis II. Cleverly, Hull. Compensation, fees. 



THE NEW STATE HOUSE, 

OR THE STATE HOUSE EXTENSION. 

This project was begun in 1888, May 17, by an act taking land north of the 
old structure and furthered by an act, May 2;",- 188S, empowering the Govern- 
or and Council to report to the next Legislature a plan for the better accom- 
modation of the State government in the city of Boston. In 1889 an appropri- 
ation of $2,500,000 was made* and Messrs. John D. Long. Win. Endicott, -Jr., 
and Benj. D. Whitcomb were appointed commissioners. Messrs. Biigham and 
Spofford'of Boston were appointed architects. Since 1892, Mr. Charles Brig- 
ham has been sole architect. The builders were the Norcross Brothers 
of Worcester. The corner-stone was laid December 21, 1889. The first per- 
manent occupants were the department ollieers of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, who entered Feb. 3d, 1894. 

The original plan contemplated an edifice extending from Derne street on 
the north to the old Buliineh structure, completed in 1798. To join this an 
arch has been thrown over Mt. Vernon street. Hancock street is on the west 
and Temple was on the east, though all the buildings between that and Bow- 
doin street have been removed, thus providing for a State House park. The 
edifice is built in Colonial style, of yellow brick, with white marble trimmings, 
having a granite foundation. Of floors, there are the sub-basement, basement 
1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th. The extreme length of the structure from Derne 
street to the Capitol is 401 feet, width 212 feet. The cost of the laud was 
$1,243,225.60; January 1st, 1898. the building had cost 83,144,375.92. 

In the sub-basement are found the rooms of Major Rufus It. Wade and his 
State detective force, etc. On reaching the first tloor that fact is indicated 
In numbering the rooms, all of which are variations of 100. On the second 
floor they pass to 200, etc.: the third to 300, and the 4th to 400, etc. 

During the season of 1895 the old Bryant addition was entirely cleared 
away and the extension was carried close up to the Bulrinch front. 
In this part will be, when completed, the Memorial hall and rooms supple- 
mentary to the Senate chamber and Hall of Representatives, besides addi- 
tional department and committee rooms. It was completed in 1890. To pro- 
vide for the completion of Memorial hall, the Legislature of 1890 appropriated 
$250,000. The Senate occupied the second story of the hall during the session 
of 1897, a temporary floor having been thrown across for this purpose. 

The same Legislature appropriated $37f>,000 for the renewing and flre- 
prooflng of the old Bulfinch front. The directing architect was Arthur G. 
Everett of Boston. Under the direction of Woodbury & Leighton, the work 
advanced rapidly, and the structure was ready for occupancy January 1, 1898. 
The Senate was installed in the old Representative hall, January 5, 1898, 
and hereafter the room will be known as the Senate chamber. 

On the death, in 1894, of Mr. Whitcomb, he was succeeded by C. Everett 
Clark, and the Hon. John D. Long resigning in 1897, the Hon. Geo. W. John- 
son was appointed in his place. It is expected that Memorial Hall will be 
completed in 1899 and that the buildings will then be considered finished. 
Commissioner Clark died March 20, 1899, and the other two Commission ers 
resigned in the same month. 

Departments and committees of the Legislature are assigned as follows: 

26-27, Grand Army of Republic. 

28. Indoor Poor. 

LI9-33. Board of Lunacy and Charity. 

34-37, Inspectors of Institutions. 

38-42, Board Room. 

43, Outdoor Poor. 

44-46, Store Rooms. 

first FLoon. 
101, General Supt. of Prisons. 
104, Commission of Public Records. 

110, Nautical Training School. 

111, Military Archives. 
117, Barber Shop. 
US, Shipping Room. 
121, Matron's Room'. 
123, State Aid. 



SUB-BASEMENT. 

No. 

1-5, District Police. 

6-7, Deputy Fire Marshal. 

8-9, Discharged Prisoners. 

10, Watchman's Room. 

11, Engineer's Room. 

12, Store Room. 

BASEMENT. 

13, Private Stairway. 

14, Store Room. 
15-18, Labor oflice and examination 

Civil Service Commission. 
19-20, Fire Marshal. 
21-22, Board of Pharmacy. 
23-25, Prison Commission. 



STATE HOUSE DEPARTMENTS. 



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124-6, Savings Bank Commission. 

127-128, Board of Arbitration. 

129-133, Harbor and Land Commis- 
sioners. 

134-13G, State Board of Agriculture. 

137-138, Topographical Survey. 

139-43, State Board of Health. 

144-6, Gas and Electric Light Com- 
mission. 

147, Ways and Means, Pay Roll. 

148-50, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

151-152, Civil Service. 

153, Store Room. 

154-5. Information Room and Public 
Telephone. 

159, Registration in Medicine. 

SECOND FLOOR. 

225, Attorney General. 

238. Committee on State House, Mil- 
itary Affairs. 

242, Committee on Probate and In- 
solvency. 

227, Judiciarv of the House. 

228-230, Treasurer's Department. 

231-3, Auditor's Department. 

234-7, Tax Commission. 

245-9, Insurance. 

223, Judiciary Committee of the Sen- 
ate. 

240, Labor, Prisons. 

250, Bureau of Statist lots of Labor. 

259, Surgeon General. 

260-4, Adjutant General. 

THIRD FLOOR. 

East Corridor: Senate Chamber, Sen- 
ate Reception room, Senate Presi- 
dent, Senate Clerk. 

330, Secretary of State. 

331, Main Oflice. 

332, Registration. 
333-5, Public Documents. 

336, Engrossing Clerk. 

337, Elections. 
33S, Library. 
West Corridor. 

33D-40, State Board of Education. 

342, Members' Corridor. 

343, Post Office. 

344, Writing Room. 
345-6, Reading Rooms. 
347, Coat Room. 
348-9, Reception Room. 



350, Members' Corridor. 

351, Vestibule. 

352, Central Entrance, Representa- 
tives' hall. 

353, Vestibule. 

354, Speaker of the House. 
355-8, Clerk of the House. 
359, Executive Secretary. 
300, Executive Department. 

FOURTH FLOOR. 

424, Legislative Documents. 

425, Counties, Harbors and I'ublic 
Lands. 

426, Roads and Bridges, Towns. 

428, Federal Relations, Parishes and 
Religious Societies. 

429, Judiciary (Senate). 

430, Ways and Means (Senate). 

431, Committees on Street Railways. 
Mercantile Affairs. 

432, Registration Room. 
433-4, Architects' Room. 
405, Work Room, Library. 
430. Metropolitan Affairs. 

437, Museum, Educational. 

438, Committees on Election Laws, 
Public Service. 

439, Committee on Liquor Law, 
Water Supply. 

440, Manufacturers, Public Chari- 
table Institutions. 

441, Education, Printing. 

442, Boston Press. 

443, Women's Entrance to Gallery. 

444, Committee on Cities. 

445, Elections (House), Public Health. 

446, Committees on Railroads. 

448, Banks and Banking, Drainage. 

449, Messengers' Room. 

452, Pardon Committee (ex-Council). 

453, Committee on Agriculture, Tax- 
ation. 

FIFTH FLOOR. 

Restaurant on north side: take east 
elevator. Board of Health has lab- 
oratory on south side. Several 
store rooms. This floor is lighted 
from the roof and court. 

501-2, Board of Health Laboratories. 

504, Messengers' Room. 

505, Fisheries and Game, Insurance. 



DEPARTMENTS, ETC. 

C. B. — Commonwealth Building. 



Adjutant General, Nos. 200-4. 
Agriculture, Board of, Nos. 134-130. 
Arbitration, Board of, No. 128. 
Archives, Nos. 433-4. 
Attorney General. No. 225. 
Auditor's Oflice, No. 232. 
Karber Shop, No. 117. 
Cattle Commission, C. B. 
Civil Service, Board of Commission- 
_,- ers of, No. 10. 

Civil Service, Secretary of, Nos. 150-2. 
Clerk of House, Nos. 355-0. 
tont Room (House), No. 347. 
Commissioner of County Accounts, 
C. B. 
10 



District Police, No. 1-5. 

Document Room, House, No. 24. 

Document Room, I'ublic, No. 333. 

Education, Board of, Nos. 339-40. 

Educational Museum, No. 437. 

Engineer's Room, No. 11. 

Executive Department, Nos. 359 300. 

Fire Marshal, Nos. 19-20. 

Fire Marshal, Deputy, Nos. 6-7. 

Gas and Electric Light, Board of. 

Nos. 144-0. 
Grand Army of Republic, Nos. 20-7. 
Harbors and i'ublic Lands, Board of, 

Nos. 129-133. 
Health, Hoard of, Nos. 39-43. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Highway Commissioners, No. 4 Mt. 

Vernon street. 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 

No. 2G4. 
Inspectors of Buildings, Factories, 

and Ready-made Clothing, No. 3. 
Inspector of Institutions. No. 34. 
Insurance Commissioners. Nos. 245-9. 
Labor, Bureau of Statistics of, 250- 

258. 
Legislative Document Room, 424. 
Library, No. 338. 
Lunacy and Charity, Board of, No. 

29-33. 
Metropolitan Park Commission, Ames 

Building. 
Metropolitan Sewer Board, No. 1 Mt. 

Vernon street. 
Metropolitan Water Board, No. 3 Mt. 

Vernon street. 
Military Archives, No. 111. 
Nautical Training School, 110. 
Pension Bureau, 158. 
Pharmacy, Board of, 21-2. 
Poor, Indoor, No. 30. 
Poor, Outdoor, No. 38. 
Post Office, No. 343. 
Press Room (Newspapers), fourth 

floor. 
Printers, State (Wright & Potter), 

No. 18 Post Office square. 



Prisons, Board of Commissioners of, 
No. 23-5. 

Prisons, Superintendent of. No. 101 

Prisoners, Discharged Female, No. 28. 

Public Records, 104. 

Railroad Commissioners, Board of, 
20 Beacon street. 

Rapid Transit Commission. No. 20 
Mt. Vernon street. 

Reading Room, No. 348. 

Reception Room, No. 348-9. 

Registration In Medicine, No. 159. 

Reporters' Room, No. 445. 

Representative Chamber, third floor. 

Restaurant, fifth floor. 

Savings Bank Commissioners. No. 
124. 

Secretary of State, Nos. 331-4. 

Senate, third floor, old Representa- 
tive Hall. 

Sergeant-at-Arms, Nos. 148-50. 

Shipping Room. 

Speaker of the House, No. 354. 

State Aid, No. 123. 

Supt. of Prisons, 101-103. 

Surgeon-General. 257. 

Tax Commissioners, Nos. 231-7. 

Telegraph, No. 343. 

Topographical Survey, 137-138. 

Treasurer, Nos. 228-30. 



LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ROOMS. 



Agriculture, Room 453. 

Banks and Banking, Room 448. 

Cities, Room 444. 

Constitutional Amendments, Room 

431. 
Counties, Room 425. 
Drainage, Room 448. 
Education, Room 441. 
Elections (House), Room 445. 
Election Laws, Room 438. 
Federal Relations, Room 428. 
Fisheries and Game, Room 505. 
Harbors and Public Lands, Room 425. 
Insurance, Room 505. 
Judiciary of the Senate, Room 429. 
Judiciary of the House, and Joint, 

Room 227. 
Labor, Room 249. 
Library, In Library. 
Liquor Law, Room 439. 
Manufacturers, Room 440. 
Mercantile Affairs, Room 431. 
Metropolitan Affairs, Room 430. 
Military Affairs, Room 238. 
Parishes and Religious Societies, 

Room 428. 



Pay Roll, Room 147. 

Printing. Room 441. 

Prisons, Room 249. 

Probate and Insolvency (House), 

Room 242. 
Public Charitable Institutions, Room 

440. 
Public Health, Room 445. 
Public Service, Room 438. 
Railroads, Room 446. 
Roads and Bridges, Room 426. 
Rules (Senate), in President's Room, 

430. 
Rules (House), in Speaker's Room, 

354. 
Rules (Joint), in President's Room. 

430. 
State House, Room 238. 
Street Railways, Room 431. 
Taxation, Room 453. 
Towns, 426. 

Water Supply, Room 439. 
Ways and Means (House), Room 147. 
Ways and Means (Senate), Room 

428. 



DIRECTORY 

Of State officers, commissioners and employees at the State House. 



Abbott, Emma L., Secretary's Dept. 
Abbott, John E., Clerk Com. on 

Rules. Senate. 
Abbott, Lewis F. F., District Police 

Dept. 
Abbott, Samuel W., Board of Health. 
Adair, Andrew D., Boston Transit 

Commission. 



Adams, Caroline L., Mass. Highway 
Commission. 

Ada ins, Charles E., Board of Paris 
Exposition Managers. 

Adams, Charles M., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Adams, Charles O., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 



DIRECTORY OF STATE HOUSE. 



147 



Adams, John G. B., Sergeant-at- 
Arrus. 

Adams, John Q., Treasury Dept. 

Adams, Warren W., Fire Marshal's 
Dept. 

Adlington, Joseph S., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Aldrich, George I., Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Allen, Cora I., Harbor and Land 
Commission. 

Allen, Horace G., Boston Transit 
Commissioner. 

Allen, Walter S., Board of Paris Ex- 
position Managers. 

Alline, William H., Adjutant Gener- 
al's Dept. 

Allison, William, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Ambrose, David A., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Amell, Louis, District Police Dept. 

Archdeacon, J. P., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Arey, Maud H., Treasury Dept. 

Armstrong, James E., Senate Mes- 
senger. 

Arnold, A. E., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Arthur, John J., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Atwell, Mrs. Parthenia, Telegraph 
Dept. 

Atwood, Thomas C, Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Austin, Arthur W., House Page. 

Austin, E. A., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Austin, S. Elisabeth, Civil Service 
Commission. 

Ayer. Charles It.. House Messenger. 

Backman, Edward S., House Page. 

Bagley, Elizabeth A., Secretary's 
Dept. 

Bagley, Thomas P., State Board of 
Charity. 

Bailey, Frank S., Board of Ilealth. 

Bailey, Henry T., Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Bailey, J. Warren, Prison Commis- 
sion. 

Bayley, Lena G., State Aid Dept. 

Baker, I. Lillian, Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Baker, John, Adjutant General's 

r, De P*- 

Baker, Lilla D., State Board of 

Charity. 
Balch, Elizabeth A., Treasury Dept. 
Ballou, Mary L., Secretary's Dept. 
Ballou, Roy H., Secretary's Dept. 
Bardwell, Henry J., District Police 
r> I>ept. 
Barker, Forrest E., Chairman Gas 

and Electric Light Commission. 
Barker, Fred P., Metropolitan Park 

Commission. 
Barker, Marv E., Treasury Dept. 
Barnes, Annette E., State Board of 

Charity. 
Barrett, Lucie I., Board of Registry 

in Pharmacy. 
Karron, Philip, Attorney General's 

Dept. 



Barry, Richard P., Commissioner 
Board of Arbitration and Concili- 
ation. 

Barton, Sam'l M., Secretary's Dept. 

Bassett, Z. A., Metropolitan Sewer- 
age Commission . 

Barton, Silas A., G. A. it. Depart- 
ment Headquarters. 

Batchelder, Emma, Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Bate, Lena B., Bureau of Labor. 

Bateman, Luther H., Harbor and 
Land Commission. 

Bath, Eva M., Bureau of Labor. 

Baxter, Sturgis C, District Police 
Dept. 

Beal, B. Leighton, Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Beal, Henry W., Sergeant-at-Arms 
Dept. 

Beale, Mary S., State Board of 
Charity. 

Bean, Albro J., Senate Messenger. 

Beard, Irwin M., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Beatty, James, House Postmaster. 

Belknap, George E., U. S. N. Com- 
missioner Nautical Training 
School. 

Bence, B. B., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Berry, John F., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Bicknell, Francis A., State Aid Dept. 

Bigelow, Geo. D., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Bishop, George W., Railroad Com- 
missioner. 

Black, Jeremiah B., Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Black, Robert, Sergeant-at-Arms* 
Dept. 

Blackmer, Louis E., Sergeant-at- 
Arms" Dept. 

Blevins, A. H., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Blood. Robert Allen, Surgeon-Gen- 
eral. 

Bloomtield, Thos., Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Bond, James C, Treasury Dept. 

Booker, Robert C, Jr., Executive 
Dept. 

Boomer, Perley E., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Borgia, Chas. C, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Bouve, Edw. T., Secretary's Dept. 

Bowers, Walter P., M. D., Board of 
Registry in Medicine. 

Bowker, Edward W., State Board of 
Charity. 

Bowman, Fenelon E., Topographical 
Survey Dept. 

Boylan, Mary A., State Board of 
Charity. 

Boynton, Herbert H., Secretary's 
Dept. 

Brackett, Dexter, Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Brackett, George L., Railroad Com- 
mission. 

Bradbury. Richard R., Board of 
Health. 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

Surgeon General's 



Bradford, S. S 
Dept. 

Brayton, Herbert E., Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Breslin, Mary J., State Board of 
Charity. 

Brickett, Lillian E., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Bridge, Henry S., Treasury Dept. 

Bridge, Lucy P., Treasury Dept. 

Bridgman, Alfred F., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Bridgman. Frank E., Ass't Clerk, 
House. 

Brlghain, Charles, Architect. 

Brigham, Charles W., Fire -Marshal's 
Dept. 

Brooks, Emma S., Bureau of Labor. 

Brooks, Frederick, Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Brooks, M. Alice, Bureau of Labor. 

Brown, Behj. B., House Messenger. 

Brown, Edwin Y., District Police 
Dept. 

Brown, Ernest W., Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. *»»*. 

Brown, George K., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Brown, George W., Secretary's Dept. 

Brown, John L., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Brown, Josaphine E., Savings Bank 
Commission. 

Brown, Joseph R., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Brown, Willam II., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Brown, William M*, Jr., Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Browning, Charles A., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Bryant, Virginia L, Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Bryden, Samuel D., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Buckley, Minnie E., Secretary's 
Dept. 

Bunker, A. M., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Burfitt, Charles E., District Police 
Dept. 

Burgess, Mary E., Secretary's Dept. 

Burke, John K., Harbor and Land 
Commission. 

Burleigh, Naray G., District Police 
Dept. 

Burns, John J., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Burns, W. G., Massachusetts High- 
way Commission. 

Burr, Annie L., Secvreitt^jp^-fropt. 

Burr, George H., Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Burrill, Ellen Mudge, Sorgeant-at 
Arms' Dept. 

Burrill, Mary E., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Burt, Ella M., Secretary's Dept. 

Burt, Frederick A., State Board of 
Charity. 

Burton, Alfred E., Topographical 
Survey Commissioner. 

Butler, Freeman II., Board of Regis- 
try In Pharmacy. 



YEAR BOOK. 

Buxton, Warren S., District Police 
Dept. 

Cady, Mary R., State Board of 
Charity. 

C'ahill, Charles F., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Calderwood, S. II., M.. D., Board of 
Registry in Medicine. 

Callahan, James, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Callahan, Matthew J., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Campbell, James P., District Police 
Dept. 

Campbell. John E., Adjutant Gener- 
al's Dept. 

Capelle, William C, Adjutant Gen- 
era? s Dept. 

Capen, Elmer H., Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Capen, Frank I., Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Carlton, Albert A., State Board of 
Charity. 

Carney. Peter F. J., Secretary's 
Dept, . ., , . - 

Carroll, -John •■ P.,- -Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Carroll. William N., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Carson, Howard A., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Carter, Arthur B., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Carter, Franklin, Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Casas, William B. de las, Chairman 
Metropolitan Park Commission. 

Casey, Maurice F., Fire Marshal's 
Dept. 

Chandler, Charles F., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Chandler, John L., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. ' 

Chapman, Sarah, State Board of 
Insanity. 

Charleston, John H., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Chase, Augustus L., M. D., Board of 
Registry in Medicine. 

Chase, W. W., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Cheney, Ansel J., District Police 
Dept. 

Cheney, John E., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Chick, W. E., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Choate, Helen B., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Church, E. C, Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Church, II. M., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Clapp, Frank L., Metropolitan Water 
Uoard. 

Clapp, Sydney K., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Bdard. 

Clark, II. W., Board of Health. 

Cleveland. Arthur B., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Cleveland. Grace I., Secretary's Dept. 

Clinton, Zephaniah T., Sergeant-at- 
Arms* Dept. 






DIRECTORY OF STATE HOUSE. 



149 



Codnian, Henrietta G., State Board 

of Charity. 
Coe, Nathan, State Board of Charity. 
Coffin, Annie It., Public Records 

Dept. 
Colcord, Charles A., State Board of 

Charity. 
Cole, Carrie B., Board of Health. 
Cole, Frank W., House Page. 
Colgate, Charles H., Prison Com- 
mission. 
Collamore, H. EL, Fire Marshal's 

Dept. 
Conley, George H., Board of Educa- 
tion. 
Condon, Edward F., Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Connelly, Stephen, Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Conway, Patrick C, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Dept. 
Coolidge, Henry D., Clerk, Senate. 
Cornish, Emma T., State Board of 

Charity. 
Cornwall, George E., Prison Commis- 
sion. 
Coughlin, John, District Police Dept. 
Cowan, George F., Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Coyne, Thomas, House Messenger. 
Crafts, Francis T., Secretary's Dept. 
Crafts, George F., Secretary's Dept. 
Crafts, William A., Railroad Com- 
mission. 
Crane, W. Murray, Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor. 
Crawford, Caroline M., Attorney 

General's Dept. 
Crawford, Sarah M., M. D., State 

Board of Charity. 
Crispin, Fred W., Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 
Crittenden, Geo. F., Fire Marshal's 

Dept. 
Crocker, George G., Chairman Bos- 
ton Transit Commission. 
Cronin, W. H.. Metropolitan Park 

Commission. 
Cropper, Joseph W., Sergeant-at- 

Arms' Dept. 
Crosby, W. W., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 
Cruise, John, Metropolitan Sewerage 

Commission. 
Cummings, Edwin P., M«. D., State 

Board of Charity. 
Cummings, James, Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Curry, Nathaniel D., Sergeant-at- 

Arms' Dept. 
Curtis, Edwin U., Metropolitan Park 

Commissioner, 
tushman, Emma W., Insurance Com- 

missioner's Dept. 
Cushman, James M., Controller of 

County Accounts' Dept. 
Cutler, William C., M. D., Board of 
_, Registry In Medicine. 
Gutter, Alfred B., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Cutting, Frederick L., Insurance 

Commissioner. 
Dadley, A. D„ Mass. Highway Com- 
mission, 



Dalton, Charles H., Boston Transit 
Commissioner. 

Dalton, Samuel, Adjutant General. 

Dam, Charles A., District Police 
Dept. 

Darling, Laurence B., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Davenport, William N., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Davis, Arthur E., Board of Health. 

Davis, Belle C, District Police Dept. 

Davis, Benjamin R., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Davis, Charles G., Sergeant-at-Arms* 
Dept. 

Davis, Rev. D. W., G. A. R. Depart- 
ment Headquarters. 

Davis, E. M., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Davis, Edmund S., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Davis, Fred A., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Davis, G. Frederick, State Board of 
Charity. 

Davis, Horace F., Board of Health. 

Davis, Jennie S., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Davis, Luke K., Senate Asst. Door- 
keeper. 

Davis, I*. T., Prison Commission. 

Dearborn, Marcia L., Telephone Op- 
erator. 

De Goosh, Arthur W., Attorney Gen- 
eral's Dept. 

Delano, Carrie S., Secretary's Dept. 

Deming, A. B. C, Treasury Dept. 

Dennen, Charles A., Cattle Commis- 
sion. 

Derby, William P., M. D., State 
Board of Charity. 

Dexter, John R., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Dexter, Thomas A., District Police 
Dept. 

Dickermau, Harriet E., Secretary's 
Dept. 

Dickinson, Susy A., State Library. 

Dimick, Carroll D., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Dimick, William H., Nautical Train- 
ing School. 

Dixon, Robert B., M. D., Commis- 
sioner Nautical Training School. 

Doane, Alfred O., Metropolitan AVa- 
ter Board. 

Doane, Thomas M., State Board of 

Charity. 
Dodge, Samuel D., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Donnelly, Charles F., State Board of 

Charity. 
Donovan, Daniel J., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Doten, Charles C, Harbor and Land 

Commissioner. 
Dove, Harry C, Metropolitan Water 

Board. 
Dow, Edith M., Treasury Dept. 
Drake, Alice C, Board of Health. 
Drown, Frank II., Bureau of Labor. 
Dudley, Warren P., Civil Service 

CommisHion. 
Dunham, Geo., District Police Dept. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Dunn, James B., Fire Marshal's 
Dept. 

Dwyer, Katherine E., State Board of 
Charity. 

Dyer, David H., District Police Dept. 

Dyer, Everett B., District Police 
Dept. 

Dyer, Mary II., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Dyson, Joseph M., District Police 

Dept. 
Eaton, G. M., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Edgett, Isaac II., Secretary's Dept. 

Edgett, II. P., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Edson, Alice, Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Ellenwood, Irving G., Bureau of La- 
bor. 

Elwell, Esther E., Board of Educa- 
tion. 

Elwell, Robert F., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Emery, Frank A., Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Emery, Woodward, Chairman Har- 

. ' bor and Land Commission. 

Endicott, Charles, Tax Commissionei 
and Commissioner of Corpora- 
tions. 

Endicott, Edward D., Tax Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Epple, Louis, Auditor's Dept. 

Evans, Ethel F., State Aid Dept. 

Evans, Louisa C, Pension Dept. 

Evans, Wilmot R., Commissioner 
Metropolitan Water Board. 

Everett, P. H. f Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Ewer, George A. M., Tax Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Faden, Florence, 
Charity. 

Faden, Georgiaua C, State Board of 
Charity. 

Fagan, Frank W., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Fairbanks, Amos II., State Aid Dept. 

Fairbanks, Henry H„ State Board of 
Charity. 

Fales, Frank L., Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Fancy, Clarence B 
Park Commission. 

Faruham, I. T., Mass. Highway Com 
mission. 

Farnum, Alice It., Secretary's Dept 

Farnum, Frank W. 
Survey Dept. 

Farriugton, W. R., 
Commission. 

Ferguson, Charles, 
Dept. 

Ferguson, John N 
Water Board. 

Ferris, Justine D., State Board of 
Charity. 

Ficklnger, Frank A., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Fillebrown, George M., Sergeaut-at- 
A rins' Dept. 

Fisher, Henry S., Auditor's Dept. 



State Board of 



Metropolitan 



Topographical 
Mass. Highway 
District Police 



Metropolitan 



Fisher, John B., House Messenger. 

Fitz, Charles P., Jr., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. , 

Fitz Gerald, Desmond, Chairman, 
Topographical Survey Commis- 
sion, and Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Flanagan, Thomas, Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Fletcher, A. B., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Fletcher, G. T., Board of Education. 

Flinn, Alfred D., Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Flint, Sarah E., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. - 

Flint, Surrill, Sergeant-at-Arins' 
Dept. 

Flowers, William H„ Jr., Adjutant 
General's Dept. 

Flynn, Annie L., Bureau of Labor. 

Forbes, Fred B., Board of Health. 

Foss, Clifford, Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Foss, William E., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Foster, A. Louise, Bureau of Labor. 

Foster, Jennie W., State Library. 

Foster, Louis V., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Foster, William W., State Board of 
Charity. 

Foulds, John E., District Police 
Dept. 

Fowler, Frederick IL, Board of Ag- 
riculture. 

Fox, Jabez, State Board of Charity. 

Frame, James T., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Francis, W. M., Metropolitan Sewer- 
age Commission. 

Freese. Louis IL, Attorney General's 
Dept. 

Frost, 'Charles A., 
Water Board. 

Fuller, Frank E., 
Water Board. 

Fuller, Josephine I 
Dept. 

Galucia, Warren B., Adjutant Gen- 
eral s Dept. 

Gardner, Henry L., State Board of 
Charity. 

Gardner, Sidney, House Messenger. 

Gargan, Thomas J., Boston Transit 
Commissioner. 

Gerry L. L., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Gifford, Charles IL, Gas and Elec- 
tric Light Commissioner. 

Gilbert, John C, Civil Service Com- 
mission. 

Gilkey, R. Waldo, Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Oilman, John E., Commander G. A. 
If. Dept. Headquarters. 

Glavin, Robert 
Dept. 

Glynn, Patrick 
Charity. 



Metropolitan 

Metropolitan 

Secretary's 



Godvin, Mary C, 

Commission. 
Goodman. George 

sit Commission 



Sergeant-at-Arms' 
State Board of 
Metropolitan Park 
P.. Boston Trau- 



DIRECTORY OF STATE HOUSE. 



151 



Goodnough, Benjamin F., Metropol- j 

itan Water Board. 
Goodnough, Xanthus H., Board of I 

Health. 
Goodwin, Frederic S., Metropolitan 

Park Commission. 
Goodwin, Hersey B., Railroad Com- 
missioner. 
Gorman, John F., Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Gould, Edwin C, House Messenger. 
Gould, Josiah O., Metropolitan Water 

Board. 
Gould, S. E., Tax Commissioner's 

Dept. 
Gowell, Florence E., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 
Gowell, William II., Metropolitan 

Park Commission. 
Gowen, Franklin A., Controller of 

County Accounts' Dept. 
Graham, Lida B., State Aid Dept. 
Graves, Ruby H. t Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Gray, Charles F., Civil Service Com- 
mission. 
Gray, William, Metropolitan Water 

Board. 
Greenlaw, George F., Metropolitan 

Sewerage Commission. 
Grier, Matthew C, Auditor's Dept. 
Griffin, John E., District Police 

Dept. 
Grimes, M. W., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 
Grover, O. L. t Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 
Grundy, William G., Bureau of La- 
bor. 
Guggenheim, Abraham, Fire Mar- 
shal's Dept. 
Habberley, Mark V., Metropolitan 

Park Commission. 
Hadley, Belle, Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 
Hadley, Helen, Secretary's Dept. 
Hall, Charles F., Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Hall, Grace M., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 
Hall, H. A., Metropolitan Park Com- 
mission. 
Hallett, Nelson A., Boston Transit 
Commission and Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 
Halley, Mary E., District Police 

Dept. 
Hallowell, James Mott, Attorney 

General's Dept. 
Halstrick, Joseph, District Police 

Dept. 
Hamlin, Charles S., Board of Faris 

Exposition Managers. 
Hamlin, Edward F., Executive 

Dept. 
Hammond, Daniel W., District Po- 
lice Dept. 
Hammond, Franklin T., Attorney 

General's Dept. 
Lancock, Annie E., State Board of 

Charity. 
Hancock. Lucy B., State Board of 
Charity. 



Hancox, Benjamin P., Jr., Metropol- 
itan Water Board. 
Hauscom, Martin I., Secretary's 

Dept. 
Haruison, Frank H., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 
Hardy, Georgia E., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Harkness, George E. f Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Harmon, F. M., Tax 'Commisioner's 

Dept. 
Harrington. Alice B., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Harris, Leonard A., Sergeant-at- 

Arins' Dept. 
Harris, Simon B., Board of Registry 

in Pbarmacy. 
Hart, Albert Bushnell, Ph. D., Com- 
missioner Nautical Training 
School. 
Harvey, Edwin B., M. D., Board of 

Registry in Medicine. 
Haskell, Edwin B., Metropolitan 

Park Commissioner. 
Hastings, Charles W., Commissioner 

of State Aid. 
Hatch, George S.. Treasury Dept. 
I Hathaway, Robert T., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
I Hawes, Alice M., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 
I Hawkes, Henry D., State Board of 
Charity. 
Hawkins, Thomas L., Sergeant-at- 

Arrns' Dept. 
Hawley. John C, MetropolitanWater 

Board. 
Hawley, Thomas, District Police 

Dept. 
Hawley, William C, Topographical 

Survey Dept. 
Hawley, William D., Auditor's 

Dep"t. 
Hawley, William H., Civil Service 

Commission. 
Hazelwood, James H., House Page. 
Hayes, Anna It., Harbor and Land 

Commission. 
Haynes, Tilly, Metropolitan Sewer- 
age Commission. 
Hayward, G. L., Tax Commissioner's 

Dept. 
Heal. Ella, State Board of Insanity. 
Healey, Patrick, Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 
Henderson, John W., Bureau of La- 
bor. 
Herrick, Leander F., Cattle Commis- 
sion. 
Heurlin, Berndt F., State Board of 

Charity. 
Hewey, Fred A., State Board of In- 
sanity. 
Hews, Joseph R., Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Hicks, William L., Civil Service Com- 
mission. 
Hill. Clarissa L., Attorney General's 

Dept. 
Hill. Frank A., Board of Education. 
Hill. F. Stanhope. Nautical Training 
School. 



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Hiller.George F., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Hinchcliffe, William J., State Board 
of Chanty. 

Hitchcock, Edward. M. D., State 
Board of Charity. 

Hitchcock, W. E., Mass. Highway 
Commission. 

Hodgdon, Frank W., Harbor and 
Land Commission, and Topo- 
graphical Survey Commissioner. 

Hodges, Alfred B., District Police 
Dept. 

Hodges, Irena, Auditor's Dept. 

Hodgkins, Lemuel G., Insurance 
Commissioner's Dept. 

Hoitt, James W., District Police 
Dept. 

Holbrook, Eva B., Pension Dept. 

Holden, H. C, Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Hollis, John B., House Messenger. 

Holmes, Sidney, House Messenger. 

Holt, Sara A., Topographical Sur- 
vey Dept. 

Hollis, Frederick S., Metropolitan 
.Water Board. 

Homer, H. K., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Home, Harold W., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

JLorton, Arthur E., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Hortou, Theodore, Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Howard, G. M., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Howard, John L., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Howe, George E., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Howe, Leonard B., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Howes, Charles H., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Howes, James K., District Police 
Dept. 

Hudson, D. M., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Hudson, S. W., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Hull, George H., State Board of 
Charity. 

Humphry, Gertrude E., Prison Com- 
mission. 

Hunt, William H., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Hurd, Frederick E., Attorney Gen- 
eral's Dept. 

Hurley, James, Sergeaut-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Hurtubis, Francis, Jr., Executive 
Dept. 

Hussey, Eugene W., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Hutchinson, Elizabeth A., Civil Ser- 
vice Commission. 

Hyde, Charles G., Board of Health. 

Iunis, William P., State Aid Dept. 

Ireland, Francis A., Senate Messen- 
ger. 

Irwin, Miss Agnes, Board of Paris 
Exposition Managers. 



Jackson, William, Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Jacobs, Bertha W., State Board of 
Charity. 

Jarvis, William H., Executive Dept. 

Jaynes, Luella E., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Jellison, Benj. H., Senate Messenger. 

Jenner, Henry J., State Board of 
Insanity. 

Johnson, Albert, Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Johnson, Ella L., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Johnson, J. William H., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Johnson, William A., Secretary's 
Dept. 

Johnson, William S. f Board of 
Health. 

Johnston, J. A., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Jones, Fred E., Railroad Commis- 
sion. 

Jones, Robert S., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Jordan, W. J., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Joy, Mary M.., Prison Commission. 

Joyner, F. H„ Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Kazar, John II., District Police 
Dept. 

Keene, T. M., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Kehew. Frank D., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Kelley, Alice G., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Kelley, Emma W., State Board of 
Charity. 

Kelley, Mary V., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 

Keneran, Winifred A., Cattle Com- 
mission. 

Kiley, Katherine A., Prison Commis- 
sion. 

Killam, James W., A Jetropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Killam, Samuel E., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Kimball, Agnes E.. Secretarv's Dept. 

Kimball, Edward F., Auditor's Dept. 

Kimball, George A., Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Kimball, James W., Clerk, House 

Kimball, John W., Auditor of Ac- 
counts. 

Kimball, Marcus, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Kingman, Hosea, Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commissioner. 

Kinnear, John, House Asst. Door- 
keeper. 

Knowltou, Hosea M., Attorney Gen- 
eral. 

Koen, John, Jr., Railroad Commis- 
sion. 

Koppman, Dominicus, Harbor and 
Land Commission. 

Krcutz, M. I'. \\\, oilice of Senate 
Clerk. 

Kyle, John, Sergeant-at-Arms' Dept. 



DIRECTORY OF STATE HOUSE. 



Ladd. Henry C, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Lane, Sara M., Bureau of Labor. 

Larrabee, Arthur, Mass. Highway 
Commission. 

Larraboe, John, Board of Registry 
in Pharmacy. 

Lawler, Annie E., Secretary's Dept. 

Leach, Albert E.. Board of Health. 

Leavitt, G. S., Tax Commissioner s 
Dept. 

Leavitt. Martha W., Supt. Prisons' 
Dept. 

Legate. Howard N., Board of Agri- 
culture. 

Legg, Charles A., Sergea-nt-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Letteney, Simeon F., District Police 
Dept. 

Lewis, Everett, Stenographer, Com. 
on Rules, House. 

Lewis, Frances E., Secretary's Dept. 

Lewis, James E., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Lewis, Joshua F., M. D., State Board 
of Charity. 

Lewis, Madison C, Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Lewis. William W., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Libby, M. Edwin, Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Lincoln, Miss Frances M., Board of 
Paris Exposition Managers. 

Lincoln, Leontine, Chairman State 
Board of Charity. 

Lind, James, Sergeant-at-Arms 
Dept. 

Link, J. William, Metropolitan \Va- 
ter Board. 

LinneJl, Arthur E., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Lipp, Morris, State Board of Charity. 

Livermore, Charles E., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Lloyd, Bertha A., Board of Health 

Locke, J. Henry, Senate Messenger. 

Locke, Warren E., Savings Bank 
Commissioner. 

London, Mark C. House Messenger. 

Longley, Annie B., Board of Regis- 
try in Medicine. 

Lord, Arthur, Civil Service Commis- 
sioner. 

Lovering, Charles L., Board of Paris 
Exposition Managers. 

Lovis, A. M., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Lynch, Ellen L., State Board of 
Charity. 

Lysholm, George, House Messenger. 

Lythgoe, Hermann C, Board of 
Health. 

MacCurdy, H. S. R., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

MacDonald, Agues, C, Board of Ed- 
ucation. 

Maedonald, Henry A., Messenger, 
State Printers. 

MacDonald, James L., Board of Ed- 
ucation. 

MacDonald, James W., Board of Ed- 
ucation. 



153 
Jr.. Metropolitan 



B.. 



Metropolitan Wa- 

, Metropolitan Wa- 

P., Treasury Dept. 
Sergeant-at^Arms' 

Harbor and Land 



Bureau of Labor. 
, State Board of 

Bureau of Labor. 

Board of Health. 

Mass. Highway 



Mass. 



Mace. James W. 
Water Board. 

Macurdy, John O., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Manahan. Elmer G., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Manks, George II., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Mansfield, A. M., Tax Commission- 
er's Dept. 

Manter, Ralph 
ter Board. 

Marcy, Alline E. 
ter Board. 

Marden, Wendell 

Man", Thomas, 
Dept. 

Marrs, W. W., 
Commission. 

Marsh, Charles N., Senate Messen- 
ger. 

Mason, Lettie A. I., Cattle Com- 
mission. 

Mason, Alice G., Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

McAlpine, William II., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

McArdle, Rosella, 

Mcbride, Annie A. 
Charity. 

McBride. Plelen T., 

McCaffrey, John F., 

McCarthy, J. M., 
Commission. 

McClintock, W. E. 
Commissioner. 

McCullough, William J 
Commission. 

McGrath, John, District Police Dept. 

McGriff, James S., Fire Marshal's 
Dept. 

Mclntire, Joseph, State Board of 
Charity. 

McKendry, George A., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

McMann, Mary L., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

McNeill, Jos. H., District Police 
Dept. 

McNulty, R. J., Metropolitan Sewer- 
age Commission. 

Meadowcroft, Annie, Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Mendenhall, T. C, 
Commissioner. 

Merriam, Frederick 
lice Dept. 

Merrill. Annie F., 
Charity. 

i.<-crwin, Henry C, 
Rules. House. 

Meyer, George V. 

Board of Paris Exposition Mgrs. 

Miles, C. Edwin. M. I)., Board of 
Registry in Medicine. 

Miles, Grace G., Bureau of Labor. 

Miller, Joel D.. Board of Education. 

Miller, Lilly, Board of Health. 

Mills. Charles, M-ass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Mills. Charles, Jr., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Mills, Edson, Sergeant-at-Arms' Dept. 



Highway 
Railroad 



Mass. Highway 

i 
W., District Po- 

State Board of 

Clerk, Com. on | 

L., Chairman 



154 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



MIskelly, Leonora B., Secretary's 

Dept. 
Mitchell, Lawrence G., Senate Page. 
Molt, Robert E , Fire Marshal's Dept. 
Monahan, John, Sergeant-at-Arms' 

Dept. 
Monteith, Arthur D., Metropolitan 

Park Commission. 
Moore, Charles C. L., Bureau of La- 
bor. 
Moore, Grace L., Insurance Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 
Moore, Hubert O., State Board of 

Charity. 
Moore, Joseph A., District Police 

Dept. 
Moore, Martha J., Secretary's Dept. 
Morgan, Edward F., State Board of 

Charity. 
Morgan, Harry W., Senate*Page. 
Morgan, William H., . Secretary's 

Dept. 
Morison, Robina A., State Board of 

Charity. 
Morrison, Frank R., Fire Marshal's 

Dept. 
Morse, C. F., Metropolitan Park 

Commission. 
Morse, Dr. Frank L., Board of 

Health. 
Morton, Charles K., State Board of 

Charity. 
Moses, George F., Sergeant-at-Arms' 

Dept. 
Moulton, Walter P., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Mountain, John, Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Mullen, Isaac S., District Police 

Dept. 
Munroe, J. F., State Library. 
Munyan, Benson, District Police 

Dept. 
Murphy, Jeremiah L., Boston Tran- 
sit Commission. 
Murray, Peleg F., District Police 

Dept. 
Myrick, Chauncey M., Fire Marshal's 

Dept. 
Nason, Mary A., District Police Dept. 
Neal, George C, District Police 

Nelson, Annie M., State House Cafe. 

Nichols, E. J., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Noonan, Margaret, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Nottage, Henry B., Tax Commission- 
er's Dept. 

Nourse, Henry S., State Board of 
Charity. 

Nowell, Frank J., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Nute, John C, Boston Transit Com- 
mission. 

O'Connell, Dr. Maurice, Cattle Com- 
mission. 

O'Hara, E. J., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Olln, William M.. Secretary of the 
Commonwealth. 

Ordway, Grace F., State Board of 
Charity. 



Otis, Harrison G., Tax Commis- 
sioner's Dept. 
Otis, James O., Savings Bank Com- 
mission. 
Packard, Ella M., Gas and Electric 
Light Commission. 

Packard, S. G., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Page, Alice A., State Board of 

Charity. 
Page, Fannie M., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 
Page, L. W., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Paige, Charles E., Railroad Commis- 
sion. 

Taine, Joseph W., Adjutant Gener- 
al's Dept. 

Palmer, Alice Freeman, Board or 
Education. , 

Palmer, Charles Dana, Commissioner 
Board of Arbitration and Concili- 
ation. 

Palmer, Daniel C. V., Treasury Dept. 

Parker, Horatio N., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Parker, Harry, Adjutant General's 
Dept. 

Parker, Dr. John M., Cattle Commis- 
sion. 

Parker, Mary R., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Parker, Philip S., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Parsons, J. B., Mass. Pension Agent. 

Parsons. S. A., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Patch, Walter W., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Patterson, Elsie L. D., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Patton, Grace E., Civil Service Com- 
mission. 

Paul, Charles II., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Pea tee, L. L., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Pearson, Albert C, Board of Health. 

Pease, Moses H., District Police 
Dept. 

Peck. Benj. W., State Board of 
Charity. 

Peckham, Fred H., 
Park Commission. 

Peckham. H. (>., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Pedrick, Thomas F„ House Messen- 
ger. 

Peirce, Edna M., Topographical Sur- 
vey Dept. 

reirce, Eugene E., Topographical 
Survey Dept. 

Perkins, A. J. E., Tax Commission- 
er's Dept. 

Perkins, James M.. Executive Dept. 

Perrauit. Mary Agnes, State Board 
of Charity. 

Peters, Dr. Austin, Chairman Cattle 
Commission. 

Pettigrove, Frederick G., General 
Superintendent of Prisons. 

Phenney, Peter, Sergeant-at-Arms 
Dept. 



Metropolian 



DIRECTORY OF STATE HOUSE. 



155 



Philbrlck, Charles W., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Phillips, Louis A., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Pidgin, Charles F., Bureau of Labor. 

Pierce, E. Froctor, G. A. R. Depart- 
ment Headquarters. 

Pierce, William T., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Pillsbury, F. C, Mass. Highway 
Commission. 

Plaisted, Arthur I., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Plunkett, John H., District Police 
Dept. 

Pomeroy, William H., Auditor's 
Dept. 

Pope, Ezra T., House Messenger. 

Pope, James, Auditor's Dept. 

Power, E. P., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Powers, C. F., Harbor and Laud 
Commission. 

Powers, May L., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Powers, Sadie L., State Board of In- 
sanity. 

Pratt, C. Barton, Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Pratt, Charles E., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Pratt, George C, District Police 
Dept. 

Pratt, Gilbert II., Board of Health. 

Pratt, Laban, State Board of 
Charity. 

Pray, Harry H., State Board of 
Charity. 

Preble, Edward P., G. A. R. Depart- 
ment Headquarters. 

Prentiss, Henry C, M. D., State 
Board of Charity. 

Prescott, Charles R., Controller of 
County Accounts. 

Prescott, Geo. W., Secretary's Dept. 

Prince, John T., Board of Education. 

Proctor, Milo J., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Proctor, William H., District Police 
Dept. 

Pryor, J. Holman, Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Pullman, James M., D. D., State 
Board of Charity. 

Purcell, Fred W., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Putnam, Edward B., District Police 
Dept. 

Pyne, David F., Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Quirk, Elizabeth A., Superintendent 
of Prisons Dept. 

Ransom, Edward M., Secretary's 

Dept. 
Rasmussen, Chris., Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Rawson, Jennie L., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Raymond, Carl A., Oflice of House 
Clerk. 

Raymond, Ella L., Gas and Electric 
Light Commission. 

Remlck, Annah S., Bureau of Labor. 

Remlck, Ina M., Bureau of Labor. 



Remington, David T., Senate Door- 
keeper. 

Remmonds, Fred C, Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Reynolds, John P., Adjutant Gener- 
al's Dept. 

Rhoades, Frederick A., District Po- 
lice J.)ept. 

F.. Fire Marshal's 



Rice, Charles 

Dept. 
Rice, John A., 

Pharmacy. 
Rice, William 



Board of Registry in 



Metropolitan 

Sergeant-at- 

, Fire Mar- 



B., Board of Paris 
Exposition Managers. 

Rica, Arthur C, Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Rich, Baizillal A., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Richards, Abraham L., 
Park Commission. 

Richardson, Henry, 
Arms' Dept. 

Richardson. Lucius W. 
shal's Dept. 

Richardson, William O., Insurance 
Commissioner's Dept. 

Riley, Mary A., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Robbins, Frances M., Insurance 
Commissioner's Dept. 

Robbins, Franklin H., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Roberts, George W., State Library. 

Robinson, Ab-xander D., Attorney 
General's Dept. 

Robinson, Amy, Board of Paris Ex- 
position Managers. 

Rogers, Annette I'., State Board of 
Charity. 

Rogers, George L., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Rogers, Samuel N., Cattle Commis- 
sion. 

Ross, -Charles W., Mass. Highway 
Commissioner. 

Ruggles, E. F., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Russell, Charles T., Civil Service 
Commissioner. 

Russell, G. A., Prison Commission. 

Sanborn, Freeman H., District Po- 
lice Dept. 

Sando, Will J., Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Sanford, John E., Chairman Railroad 
Commissioners. 

Sarcent, L. Walter, Board of Edu- 
cation. 

Savage, John E., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Saville, Caleb M., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Sawin, Luther R. 

Sawyer, B. A., M. 

Sawyer, Caroline ] 
missioner's Dept. 

Sawyer, Ellen M., State Library. 

Sclmff, Morris. Gas and Electric 
Light Commissioner. 

Schenck, J. W., Treasury Dept. 

Scneufole. Caroline S., Civil Service 
Commission. 

Scheufele. Katherine L., Bureau of 
Labor. 



Board of Health. 
I)., Pension Dept. 
!., insurance Com- 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Scott, John E., Metropolitan Park I 
Commission. 

Scott, John IT., Fire Marshal's Dept. I 

Serle, John, Metropolitan Park Com- 
mission. 

Sessions, William R., Board of Agri- | 
culture. 

Sewall, Edgar D., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Shaw, Edward I'.. Treasurer and Re- j 
celver General. 

Shaw, Joseph E., Deputy Eire Mar- 
shal. 

Show, Stillman, Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Shea, Margaret, Bureau of -Labor. 

Shed. Elizabeth A., Secretary's Dept. 

Sheehiin, John J.. District Police 
Dept. 

Sherman. Charles W., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Sherwin, Henry, Civil Service Com- 
mission. 

Shurtleff. Mabel It.. Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Bkllllngs, David X.. Metropolitan 
Park Commissioner. 

Slllars, Malcolm, District Police 
Dept. 

Smith, Charles A.. Senate Page. 

Smith, Clarence J.. Oillee of 1 1 ■• •• i > « • 
Clerk. 

Smith, Frederick D.. Metropolitan 
Sewerage Commission. 

Smith, Helen C. Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Smith, Joseph, Sergeant-at- Arms' 
Dept. 

Smith, Maria ('.. State Library. 

Smith, Martha a.. Secretary's Dept. 

Smith, Peter i>., <;. A. It. Depart- 
ment Headquarters. 

Smith, Silas P., lire Marshal's Dept. 

Southmayd, Frederick «;.. State 
Board" of Charity. 

Bouthworth, Abba l.. Secretary's 
Dept. 

Spalding, C P., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Spenr, M. L., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Spencer, Henry B., Fire Marshal's 
Dept. 

BplSlne, Henry, District Police Dept. 

Sprague, Henry H.. Chairman Metro- 
politan Water Board. 

Sprague, Norman s.. Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Btarblrd, n. U., Mass. Highway 
Commission. 

Starr, John a.. Metropolitan Pars 
Commission. 

Stearns, Frederic P., Metropolitan 

Water Hoard. 
Stearns, Ucorge H., Boston Transit 

Commission. 
Btedfast, Thomas I., Fire Marshals 

Dept. 

Steele, Francis, House Messi tiger. 
Stephenson. Frank II., Metropolitan 

Water Hoard. 
Stevens, lanma Q., Insurance Com- 
mission Dept. 



Stevens, Harold C, Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Stiles, Frederick W., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Stockwell. James W.. Board of Agri- 
culture, Secretary-elect. 

Stoddard. Elijah B., Board of Edu- 
cation. 

Stone, C. H.. Board of Health. 

Stone, Edwin C, State Aid Dept. 

Stone. L. Alice. Bureau of Labor. 

Storey, John, Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Stowers, Fred W., Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Street. L. Lee, Metropolitan Water 
Hoard. 

Stuart. F. M.. Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Studley, Grace C.. Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Sumner, Eben, Treasury Dept. 

Supple. Bernard I'.. Board <>f Arbi- 
tration and Conciliation. 

Swain, George F., Railroad Commis- 
sion and Boston Transit Commis- 
sioner. 

Swan. Charles H„ Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 

Swan, Kobert T., Commissioner of 
Public Records. 

Sweeney, Terrance, District Police 
Dept. 

Swift, William E., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Sykes, Henry W„ House Messenger. 

Taft, Daniel w., Sergeant-at- Arms' 

Dept. 
Tanner, Benjamin T., Sergeant-at- 

Arms' Dept. 

Tapp.in, <;. Arthur, Prison Comtnis- 
lon. 

Tarb. !i. Qharlos J.. II., use Messen- 
ger. 

Taylor. Alice G.. Boston Transit 

( lommisslon. 

Taylor, Albert E., Civil Service Com- 
mission. 
Taylor. Herb rt F., Savings Bank 

Commission. 
Taylor, J. H., Mass. Highway Com- 

tnlsslon. 
Taylor. Robert J., Sergeant-at- Arms' 

Dept. 
Taylor, William Gavin, Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Taylor. William It. R., Metropolitan 

Water Board. 
Teague, James W., Metropolitan 

>. u erage » !nramlssion. 
Tenney, Cbas. F., Sergeant-at-Arms' 

Dept. 

Terry, John II.. Board of Health. 
Thomas. Frank, Adjutant General's 

Dept. 

Thompson, Charles, Bureau of Labor. 
Tlbbetts, Frank L., Topographical 
Survey Dept. 

Tlernev. John F.. District Police 

Dept. 
Tlldeu. Amos K.. Board of Registry 

In Pharmacy. 
Tllllnghast, C. B., State Librarian. 



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Tillson, David S., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Tobey, Robert G., Gas and Electric 
Light Commission. 

Tolley, James B., Topographical Sur- 
vey Dept. 

Tong, M. T. R., Tax Commissioner's 
Dept. 

Tracy, James J., Secretary's Dept. 

Trefry, William D. T., Savings Bank 
Commissioner. 

Tripp, Willard D., State Board of 
Charity. 

Tucker, Oreb M., Treasury Dept. 

Tucker, Thomas J., House Door- 
keeper. 

Tufts, George B., State Board of 
Charity. 

Tyler, B. Mabel, State Board of 
Charity. 

Upton, Grafton, Road Commis- 
sion. 

Varney, Eleanor Florence, State Aid 
Dept. 

Varney, Hannah M., Bureau of La- 
bor. 

Vinton, Alfred C, Metropolitan Water 
Board. 

Wade, Rufus R., Chief of District 
Police. 

Wadlin, Horace G., Chief Bureau of 
Labor 

Walcott, Charles H., Chairman Board 
of Arbitration and Conciliation. 

Walcott, Henry P., Chairman Board 
of Health and Commissioner Met- 
ropolitan Water Board. 

Wales, Frederick N., Harbor and 
Land Commission. 

Walker, Augustus C, M. D., Board 
of Registry in Medicine. 

Walker, Carrie E., Bureau of Labor. 

WalKer, David, State Board of 
Charity. 

Walker, Edward L., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Wallace, Chester J., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 
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Walsh, John B., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Walsh, Patrick, Scrgeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 

Warner, H. Martine, Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Warren, Samuel A., Harbor and Land 
Commission. 

Wasley, Frank C, District Police 
Dept. 

Weeks, Addle L., Bureau of Labor. 

Weis, Charlotte E.. Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Wellington, William O., Boston Tran- 
sit Commission. 

W'ehs, John D., Clerk of State Board 
of Charity. 

^ells, Kate Gannett, Board of Edu- 
cation. 

Wentworth, Lowell F., M. D., State 
Board of Insanity. 

Weston, Henry G., Sergeant-at-Arms' 

„. l>ept. 

>\ eston, John II., Sergeant-at-Arms' 
Dept. 



Wheeler, Daniel M., Railroad Com- 
mission. 

Wheeler, W. B., Mass. Highway Com- 
mission. 

Whipple, Minnie F., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Whitcher, Chauncey G., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Whltcomb, Charles W., Fire Marshal. 

White, Clinton, Harbor and Lanu 
Commissioner. 

White, Edward I., State Board of 
Charity. 

White, Emma S., State Board of 
Charity. 

White, John T., District Police Dppt. 

Whiting, William, Board of Paris 
Exposition Managers. 

Whitney, Ellerton P., Metropolitan 
Park Commissioner. 

Whitney, Jophanus II., District Po- 
lice Dept. 

Wliiton, Starkes, Chairman Savings 
Bank Commission. 

Whittaker, Arnold, Secretary's Dept. 

Whittaker, William E., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Whittemore, A. L., Tax Commission- 
er's Dept. 

Wiggin, Thomas II., Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Wilbur, Edward P., Civil Service 
Commissioner. 

Wilde, George E., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Wiley, Isabelle F., Board of Health. 

Wilkins, Laura, Auditor's Dept. 

Willard„ Hattie M., Telephone oper- 
ator. 

Williams, Charles T., Sergeant-at- 
Arms' Dept. 

Williams, Frank C, Metropolitan 
Water Board. 

Williams, George W\, Fire Marshal's 
Dept. 

Wilson. C. Webster, Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Dept. 

Wilson, Fred W., House Page. 

Wilson, II. A., Boston Transit Com- 
mission. 

Wilson, Wilbur T., Metropolitan 
Park Commission. 

Wing, William II., Controller of 
County Accounts' Dept. 

Winsor, George A., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 

Wolcott, Roger, Governor. 

Wood, Henry B., Topographical Sur- 
vey Dept. 

Wood, James, House Page. 

Wood, Joseph M., G. A. R. Dept. 
Hendquarters. 

Woodbury, Charles E., M. D., State 
Board of Insanity. 

Woodbury, John, Metropolitan Park 
Commission. 

Woodward, James E., Manager State 
House Cafe. 

Woodward, M. G., Boston Transit 
Commission. 

Woodworth, J. A., Mass. Highway 
Commission. 

Wright, Henry J., Metropolitan Sew- 
erage Commission. 



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Wrlghtington, Stephen 

Board of Charities. 
Yeames, Harold A.. Board of Health. 
Yendell, Paul S., Topographical Sur- 

vey. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 
C State 



Young, Edna M., State Board of In- 
sanity. 

Young, Letitia H., Insurance Com- 
missioner's Dept. 

Youngren, Carl J., Metropolitan Wa- 
ter Board. 



LEGISLATIVE OFFICERS UNDER THE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS. 



SENATE. 

David T. Remington, Doorkeeper, 
Northampton. 

Luke K. Davis, Assistant Door- 
keeper, Worcester. 

James E. Armstrong, Messenger, 
Chelsea. 

Charles N. Marsh, Messenger, Hing- 
ham. 

Benjamin H. Jellison, Messenger, 
Haverhill. 

Charles H. Johnson, Messenger, Wo- 
burn. 

J. Henry Locke, Messenger, Worces- 
ter. 

Francis A. Ireland, Messenger, Pitts- 
field. 

Albro G. Bean, Messenger, Everett. 

Harry W. Morgan, Page, Northamp- 
ton. 

Lawrence G. Mitchell, Page, Dor- 
chester. 

Charles A. Smith, rage, Colrain. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas J. Tucker, Doorkeeper, Cam- 
bridge. 

John Kinnear, Assistant Doorkeeper. 
Mt. Auburn. 

James Beatty, Postmaster, Wal- 
tham. 



Ezra T. Pope, Messenger, Sandwich. 

Francis Steele, Messenger, Charles- 
town. 

John B. Hollis, Messenger, Duxbury. 

Thomas F. Pedrick, Messenger, 
Lynn. 

Henry W. Sykes, Messenger, Pitts- 
field. 

Charles R. Ayer, Messenger, Me- 
thuen. 

Benjamin B. Brown, Messenger, Fall 
River. 

Thomas Coyne, Messenger, Milford. 

Sidney Gardner, Messenger, Glouces- 
ter. 

John B. Fisher, Messenger, Dedham. 

Edwin Carter Gould, Messenger, Mel- 
rose. 

Mark C. London, Messenger, Boston. 

Sidney Holmes, Messenger, South 
Boston. 

Charles J. Tarbell, Messenger, 
Springfield. 

George Lysholm, Messenger, Boston. 

Frank W. Cole, Page, South Fra- 
mingham. 

Edward S. Backman, Page, Maiden. 

James Wood, Page, New Bedford. 

Fred W. Wilson, Page, Somerville. 

Arthur W. Austin, Page, Lowell. 

James H. Hazelwood, Page, East 
Boston. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 

[The names of district attorneys will be found under the heads of Courts.] 
Inc. 1085. Pop. 27,054. Shire Town, Barnstable. 
Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Hiram P. Harrinaan (It), Wellfleet, $1,300. 
Register of Probate and Insolvency— Freeman H. Loth r op (It), Barnstable, 
$1,300. 
Sheriff— Judah H. Chase (It), Harwich, $800. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Henry M. Percival, Orleans. 
Master House Correction (appointed by the sheriff)— George H. Cash, Barn- 
stable. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— Alfred Crocker, Barnstable; 
Gains Mullett, Chatham; Harry S. Bourne, Falmouth; Elisha H. Bearse, 
Harwich Port; C. Howard Allyn, Ernest S. Bradford, Hyannis; Edward H. 
Burgess, Monument Beach; Fred E. Williams, Provineetown; John J. Har- 
low, Santuit; Oliver II. Linnell, Wellfleet; Edwin B. Hutchins. West Brew- 
ster; Abner It. Nixon, West Dennis; Charles M. Bray, Yarmouth. 

Clerk of Courts— Smith K. Hopkins (R), Barnstable, $1,250. 

County Treasurer— Edward L. Chase (R), Hyannis, Barnstable, $500. 

Register of Deeds— Andrew F. Sherman (R), Barnstable, $1,500. 

County Commissioners (compensation, $1,300 divided)— Alexander F. New- 
comb (It), Orleans: Joshua C. Robinson (R), Falmouth; Henry II. Fisk (R), 
Dennis. Meetings— Barnstable, on the 2d Tuesday of April and October. 

Special Commissioners— Henry H. Baker, Jr., (R)* Barnstable; John E. Per- 
ry (R), Chatham. 



BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 
Inc. 1761. Pop. 86,292. Shire Town, Pittsfield. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Edward T. Slocum (R), Pittsfield, $2,500. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Fred R. Shaw (R), Adams, $1,800. 

Sheriff— Charles W. Fuller (R), North Adams, $1,600. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Wm. W. Norton, Great Barring- 
ton. 

Deputy Jailer— John W. Whipple, Pittsfield. 

Court Crier— George Wells, Pittsfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— William O'Brien, Adams; R. 
M. Savery, Bocket; John A. Stevens, Berkshire; Edgar H. Pierce, Dalton; 
Frank H. Brings, Malcolm Douglass and William W. Norton, Great Barring- 
ton; David Murphy. Hinsdale; E. N. Wood, Lanesboro; Charles II. Cutting 
and John J. Waddock, Lee; John E. White. Lenox; W. S. Bidwell, Monterey; 
Charles K. Williams, Montville; Charles L. Frink and John Parker, North 
Adams; O. S. Fish and O. L. Wood, Pittsfield; Timothv B. Salmon, Rich- 
mond; Charles K. Williams, Sandistield; John C. Smith, Shellield: William S. 
Bradley, Southtield: Edward L. Day, Stockbridge; Charles II. Hale, Ty ring- 
ham; Joseph Richards, Williamstown; Alvin A. Shaw, Windsor. 

Clerk of Courts— Frank II. Cande (It), Pittsfield, $2,800. 

County Treasurer— George II. Tucker (It), Pittsfield, $1,500. 
m Registers of Deeds— Northern District, Arthur W. Safford (R), Adams, 
$1,500; Middle District, Heurv M. Pitt (R), Pittsfield, $1,500; Southern Dis- 
trict, Malcolm Douglass (It), Great Barrington, $600. 

County Commissioners (compensation, $2,100 divided)— William P. Wood 
(R), Pittsfield; William C. Dalzell (R), Egremont; James II. Flagg (It), North 
Adams. Meetings— At Pittsiield on the 1st Tuesday of January, April, July 
and October. 



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Special Commissioners— Henry C. Phelps (It), Lee; Stejhen A Hlckox (It), 
Wlllianistown. 
Master In Chancery- Arthur S. Prout (D), Pittsfield. 
Trial Justice— William C. Spaulding (R), West Stockbridge. 

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BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Inc. 1685. Pop. 219,019. Shire Towns, Taunton and New Bedford. 

I Judge of Probate and Insolvency— William E. Fuller, Taunton, $3,000. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Arthur M. Alger, Taunton, $2,500. 

Sheriff— Edwin H. Evans (R), Taunton, $3,000. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Albert C. Kirby, New Bedford. 

Master House Correction (appointed by the sheriff)— J. Arthur Taylor, New 
Bedford. 

Master House Correction (appointed by the sheriff)— Isaac G. Carrier, 
Taunton. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— Elijah R. Reed and Seth R. 
Brigss, Attleboro; Edmund Hathaway, Dighton; Francis H. Woxon, Samuel 
Hadfield, Daniel W. Riley, James Shaw, Isaac H. Willetts, William Brlerly, 
Beloni Janson, Edwin J. Mills, and Alexis O. Marien, Fall River; William 
H. H. Marble and Silas P. Richmond, Freetown; Henry A. Perry, Mansfield; 
John W. Nickerson, Walter R. Spooner. Thomas S. Bxitman, Albert C. Kirby, 
George F. Weeden, Edmund J. Whalley and Nathan B. Brooks, New Bed- 
ford; James W. Riley and E. Carlisle Brown, North Attleboro; Frank Clapp, 
Norton; Stephen R. Lincoln and Cyrus Leonard (2d), Raynham; William H. 
Tallman, Somerset; David Dean, Charles J. Nichols, Taunton; William H. 
Gifford (3d), Westport Point. 

Clerk of Courts— Simeon Borden, Fall River, $4,000. 

Assistant Clerk of Courts— Edwin L. Barney, Jr., New Bedford. 

County Treasurer— George F. Pratt, Taunton, $2,000. 

Registers of Deeds— Northern District, Joseph E. Wilbar, Taunton, $2,000: 
Southern District, George B. Richmond, New Bedford, $2,200; Fall River Dis- 
trict, Charles E. Mills, Fall River, $2,200. 

County Commissioners (compensation, $3,300, divided)— George T. Durfec 
(R), Fail River; Edward Mott, Taunton; William Sanders, New Bedford. 
Meetings— At Taunton on the 4th Tuesday of March and September. 

Special Commissioners— James E. Allen (R), Dartmouth; John Thacher (R), 
Attleboro. 

DUKES COUNTY. 
Inc. 1G95. Pop. 4,238. Shire Town, Edgartown. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Charles G. M. Dunham (R), Edgartown, 
$700. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Beriah T. HilJman (R), Edgartown, $700. 

Sheriff— Jason L. Dexter (R), Edgartown, $300 and fees. 

Special Sheriff and Keeper of Jail (appointed by the sheriff)— Hiram Crowell 
(R), Edgartown. 

Clerk of Courts— Samuel Keniston (R), Edgartown, $600. 

Comity Treasurer-Jonathan H. Munroe (R), Edgartown, $300. 

Register of Deeds— Littleton C. Wimfenney (R), Edgartown, $G00. 

County Commissioners (compensation, $400, divided)— Gilbert L Smith (R) 
Tisbnry; William D. Harding (It), Cottage City; Russell Hancock, Chilmark' 
Meetings— At Edgartown on Wednesday after the 3d Monday of May, and 
Wednesday after the 2d Monday of November. 

Special Commissioners— William J. Rotch (R), West Tlsbury; Edwin D. Vau- 
derhoop (R), Gay Head. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 
Inc. 1643. Top. 330,393. Shire Towns, Salem, Lawrence and Newburyport. 
Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Rollin E. Harmon (R), Lynn, $3,700. 
Register of Probate and Insolvency— Jeremiah T. Mahony (D), Salem, $3,300. 
Assistant Register of Probate and Insolvency — Ezra D. Hiues. Danvers, 
$1,800. 



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Masters nnd Keepers Houses of Correction — Salem. Snruuel A. Johnson: 
Lawrence. Charles A. Stillings; Ipswich. Charles \V. Morrill; Newburyport. 
Charles L. Avers. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff) — George S. Cole. Andover: Timo- 
thy D. Crowley, Dan vera; Porter C. Croy. Haverhill; William Cronin. 
Gloucester; Fred O. Raymond. Juhn W. Tilton and Fred O. Raymond. Jr.. 
Haverhill; Elmer A. Briggs, Lawrence; Charles M. Merritt and Frank E. 
Weils. Lynn: Charles E. Goss, Methuen: Charles L. Ayers. Newburyport; 
Arthur Bishop, Rowley; r. F. Tierney and George E. Bousley, Salem. 

Clerk of Courts— Edward B. George (R), Haverhill, $5,200. 

First Assistant Clerk of Courts— Ezra S. Woodbury, Salem. $2,100. 

Second Assistant Clerk of Courts— James P. Hale. Salem. $1,500. 

County Treasurer- E. Kendall Jenkins (R), Andover. $2,200. 

Registers of Deeds— Northern District. Aretas R. Sanborn. Lawrence. $1,700 
Southern District. Willard J. Hale iR>. Newburyport, $4,000; Assistant Reg- 
ister for Southern District— Robert W. Osgood, Salem, $1,700. 

County Commissioners [compensation, $4,500 divided* — Wallace Bates (R), 
Lynn: Samuel D. Smith (D), Marblchead; Edward B. Bisfa | B . 
Haverhill. Meetings— At Ipswich on the 2d Tuesday of April; at Sal^m on 
the 2d Tuesday of July: at Newburyport on the '_d Tuesday of October: at 
Lawrence on the iast Tuesday of August, and on the 4th Tueseiay of December 
at Ipswich, Salem or Newburyport, as they shall order at their next preceding 
term. 

Special Commissioners— Nelson P. Cummings, Merrimac; William B. Carle- 
ton, Danvers. 

Masters in Chancery — Nathaniel J. Hoiden, Salem; William H. Trndel. 
Haverhill; John P. S. Mahoney, North Andover; Walter H. South wick. Lynn: 
Charles W. Richardson. Salem; Benjamin C. Ames, Lawrence; Munroe 
Stevens. Gloucester. 

Trial Justices— J. Scott Tod I. Rowley; William M. Rogers, Methuen; Orlando 
B. Tenney. Georgetown; George H. Poor, Andover: Amos Merrill. Peabody; 
Charles A. Sayward, Ipswich: Joseph T. Wilson, Nahant; William C. Fabens 
Marblehead: George M. Amerige. Saugus; Newton P. Frye, North Andover. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 
Inc. 1811. Pop. 40.145. Shire Town, Greenfield. 
Judge of Probate and Insolvency — Chester C. Conant (R), Greenfield, $1,500. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Francis M. Thompson (R), Greenfield. 
$1,500. 

Assistant Register of Probate and Insolvency— Francis N. Thompson (R). 
Greenfield, S500. 

Sheriff— Isaac Chenery (R); office, Greenfield: residence. Montague: $S00. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— William M. Smead (lit. Greenfield. 

Jailer and Master of House of Correction — Charles S. Richardson. Green 
field. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— Emmett F. Haskius. Charleraont: 
Gordon H. Johnson. Conway: Channcey Bryar.:. Greenfield; Edson J. I'...::. 
Miller's Falls: William H. Y\'ard. Montague: Edward C. Fowier. Orange. 
I'erry F. Crafts. Shelburne Falls: James B7 Bridges, South Deerfield: Chester 
A. Davis. Turner's Falls. 

Clerk of Courts— Cliftcn L. Field (R), Colrain. $1.S00. 

County Treasurer— Eugene A. Neweomb (R), Greenfield. $<>00. 

Register of Deeds— John D. Bouker <R>. Greenfield. $1,500. 

County Commissioners (compensation. $1A'.00. divided)— Charles Howes iR<. 
Ashfield; Lyman A. Crafts (It), Whately; Franklin L. Waters (R), urange 
Meetings — At Greenfiekl on the 1st Tuesday in March and September, and 2d 
Tuesday of June and December. 

Special Commissioners— Beriah W. Fay, New Salem: Amos Stewart. Col 
rain. 

HAMTDEN COUNTY. 

Inc. 1812. Pop. 152, 03S. Shire Town, Springfield. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Charles L. Long (R), Springfield, $3,lnX). 

m Register of Probate and Insolvencv— Samuel B. Spooner iR), Springfield. 

KLaUO. 

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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Hampden County— Continued. 

Sheriff and Keeper of Jail— Embury P. Clark (R), Springfield, $1,500. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— William P. Derby, Springfield. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— Jacob Diegel, Agawam; William 
H. Lewis, Blandford; Edwin H. Alvord, Chester; Irving H. Elmer and Mat- 
thew Ryan, Chicopee; Frank H. Morton (court officer), Chicopee Falls: 
Elijah Cope, East Longmeadow; Sumner T. Miller, Valentine J. O'Donnell, Ed- 
ward M. Bolton (court crier), George H. Twaddle and Fred Luduke, Hol- 
yoke; Davenport L. Fuller, Indian Orchard; Edward L. DeForest, Long- 
meadow; Hiram D. Osborne, Monson; John W. Hubbard, Ludlow; Herbert 
A. Northrop and George A. Bills, Palmer; Walter S. Miller (court officer), 
Orillus W. Studley (court officer), George B.. Miller, Charles G. Noel and 
Edward J. Leyden, Springfield; Henry S. Phelps, West Springfield; William 
I W. Hosnier and Ansel D. King, Westfield. 

Clerk of Courts— Robert 07 Morris (R), Springfield, $3,500. 

Assistant Clerk of Courts— Christine Law, Springfield, $1,300. 

County Treasurer— M. Wells Bridge (R), Springfield, $1,800. 

Register of Deeds— James R. Wells (R), Springfield, $2,800. 

County Commissioners (compensation, $2,500, divided)— Joel H. Hendrick 
(R), Springfield; James M. Sickman (R), Holyoke; William H. Bralnerd (K), 
Palmer. Meetings— At Springfield on the 2d Tuesday of April, 4th Tuesday 
of June and December, 1st Tuesday of October, and the first Wednesday of 
every month. '•'•'. 

Special Commissioners— William H. Porter (R), AgaWa'm; Harrison Loomis 
(R), West Springfield. 

Masters in Chancery— Henry W. Bosworth, Springfield; Allen Webster. 
Springfield. 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 
Inc. 1662. Pop. 54,710. Shire Town, Northampton. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency— William G. Bassett (R), Northampton, 
$1,600. 
Register of Probate and Insolvency— Hubbard M. Abbott (R), Northampton. 

Sheriff and Master House of Correction— Jairus E. Clark (R), Northampton, 
$1,000. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— David II. Tilson, Amherst; 
Myron S. Barton, Belchertown; Edwin E. Janes and George S. Buckner, 
Easthampton; Josiah W. Flint, Enfield; Reuben Bell, Hadley (office, 
Northampton;; Seth W. Kingsley, Hatfield; Edward A. Allen, Huntington; 
Edwin T. Hervey (at court), and Thomas A. Orcutt f Florence), Northampton; 
Fred W. Brock way and Martin L. Barnes (Falls), South Hadley; Andrew J. 
Davis and Maurice Fitzgerald, Ware; Henry A. Bisbee, Williamsburg. 

Clerk of Courts— William H. Clapp (R), Northampton, $2,300. 

County Treasurer— Edwin H. Banister (R), Northampton, $800. 

Register of Deeds— Robert W. Lyman (R), Northampton, $1,600. 

County Commissioners (compensation. $1,000 divided)— Charles K. Brew- 
ster (R), VVorthington; Eugene E. Davis (R), Northampton; Orville W. Proutv 
(R), Hadley. Regular Meetings— At Northampton on the 1st Tuesday of each 
month except June, also Tuesday next after second Monday of June. 

Special Commissioners— Lyman D. Potter, Enfield; Jairus F. Burt, East- 
hampton. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Inc. 1643. Pop. 490,217. Shire Towns, Cambridge (East) and Lowell. 

Judges of Frobate and Insolvency— Charles J. Mclntire (D), Cambridge. 
$4,500; George F. Lawton (R), Lowell, $1,500. h 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Samuel H. Folsom (R), Winchester 
$4,000. 

Assistant Register of Probate and Insolvency— William E. Rogers (R), Wake- 
field, $2,500. 
Sheriff— Henry G. Gushing* (R). Lowell. ?3.000. 

Special Sheriff and Master House of Correction and Keeper of the Jail at 
Cambridge — John R. Falrbalrn. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



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Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— George G. Tidsbury, Ashland; 
Henry C. Sherwin, Ayer; Walter C. Wardwell and Bartholomew M. Young, 
Cambridge; Frederick M. Esty (at Probate Court), Framiugham; 
George P. Stiles, Alvah S. Baker and Harry E. Shaw (at court), 
Lowell; Lyman H. Richards, and George W. W. Saville (at court). Maiden; 
Charles G. Whitman, ond Charles F. Morse (at court), Marlboro; M. Frank 
Eastman, Melrose; George Nutt, Natick; Samuel W. Tucker, and Arthur II. 
Wlggin (at court), Newton; Robert Duddy (at court), Somervllle; William 
H. Walsh, South Framingham; James II. McKenna and Bradshaw S. Tolman, 
Waltham; John E. Tidd (at court), Woburn. 

Clerk of Courts— Theodore C. Hurd (R), Winchester, $6,000. 

First Assistant Clerk of Courts (appointed by the court)— John L. Ambrose, 
Somervllle, $2,G00. 

Second Assistant Clerk of Courts (appointed by the court)— William C. 
Dillingham, Maiden, $2,500. 

Third Assistant Clerk of Courts— Ralph N. Smith, Cambridge, $2,000. 

County Treasurer— Joseph O. Ilayden (R), Somervllle, $3,500. 

Registers of Deeds — Northern District, Joseph P. Thompson (R), Lowell, 
$2,000; Southern District, Edwin O. Childs (R), Newton, $5,000; Assistant 
Register for Southern District— Thomas Leighton, Jr., Cambridge, $2,000. 

County Commissioners* (compensation, $5,400, divided)— Francis Bigeiow (R), 
Natick; Levi S. Gould (K), Melrose; Samuel O. Upham (R), Waltham. Regular 
Meetings— At Cambridge, Tuesdays and Saturdays, except 1st Tuesday in 
September; at Lowell, 1st Tuesday in September and 3d Monday of each 
month. 

Special Commissioners— Edward E. Thompson (R), Woburn; David T, 
Strange (R), Stoneham. 

Masters In Chancery— George M. W x eed, Newton; Gilbert A. A. Pevey, Cam- 
bridge; William V. Thompson, Cambridge; Peter A. Fav, Lowell; Charles II. 
Conant, Lowell; Makepeace Lloyd, Maiden; Samuel W. Forrest, Melrose. 

Trial Justices— Henry C. Mulligan, Natick; George L. Hemenway, Hopkin- 
ton; Ralph E. Joslin, Hudson. 

NANTUCKET COUNTY. 
Inc. 1695. Pop. 3,016. Shire Town, Nantucket. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Thaddeus C. Defrlez (R), $700. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Henry Riddell (R), $700. 

Sheriff— Josiah P. Barrett (It). $300 and fees. * 

Keeper of Jail and House of Correction— Frederick F. Parker, $50. 

Clerk of Courts— Josiah F. Murphey (R), $600. 

County Treasurer— Henry Paddock (I), $200. 

Register of Deeds— Laurlston Bunker (D), $G00. 

Trial Justices— George E. Mooers, Allen Coffin. 

Selectmen and County Commissioners— Edmund B. Fox (D), Chairman; Wil- 
liam H. Norcross, E. H. Jernegan, Allen Coffin (P); Rollen M. Allen, Clerk 
(R). The Selectmen meet every Wednesday evening. 

Note.— The Selectmen of the town of Nantucket have the powers and per- 
form the duties of County Commissioners. The treasurer of the town Is also 
eounty treasurer. 



NORFOLK COUNTY. 
Inc. 1793. Pop. 134,819. Shire Town, Dedham. 
Judge of Probate and Insolvency— George White (R), Wellesley, $2,800. 
Register of Probate and Insolvency— Jonathan Cobb (R), Dedham, $2,300. 
Assistant Register of Probate and Insolvency— John D. Cobb (R), Dedham. 

Sheriff and Master House of Correction— Samuel H. Capeu (D-R), Ded- 
°am, $1,200. 
Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Howard Colburn, Dedham. 
J^eputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— D. Edward Beede, Brookllue; 

k.TJ » County Commissioners of Middlesex county have jurisdiction over Revere and Winthrop 
auttoik county. 



164 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

Norfolk County— Continued . 

Oscar D. Capen, Canton; Edward E. Wentworth, Cohasset; Howard Col- 
burn, Dedham; Jerome B. Fitzpatrick, Franklin; Charles E. Jenny, Hyde 
Park; William Wragg, Needham; George H. Field, Quincy; Thomas Farrell, 
Randolph; George W. Conant, Weymouth; Charles C. Henry, Wellesley. 

Clerk of Courts— Louis A. Cook (R). Weymouth, $2,800. 

County Treasurer— Charles H. Smith (R), Dedham, $2,000. 

Register of Deeds— John H. Burdakin, Dedham, $3,000. 

Assistant Register of Deeds— Edward L. Burdakcn, Dedham, $1,000. 

County Commissioners (compensation, $1,200, divided)— Thomas Blanchard 
(R), Stoughton; James Hewins (R), Medlield; Edwin D. Wadsworth Hi), 
Milton. Meetings— At Dedham on the 3d Tuesday of April, 4th Tues- 
day of June and September, and last Wednesday of December. 

Special Commissioners— John Everett, Canton; Lewis R. Whitaker 
(R), Franklin. 

Masters in Chancery— Henry B. Terry (R), Hyde Park; Chester A. Reed (D), 
Dedham; James E. Tirrell, Quincy; William T. Way, Stoughton. 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

Inc. 1865. Pop. 101,498. Shire Town, Plymouth. 

■ Judge of Probate and Insolvency— Benjamin W. Harris (R), East Bridge- 
water, $2,000. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— John C. Sullivan (R), Middleboro, 
$1,800. 

Sheriff— Alpheus K. Harmon (R), Plymouth, $000. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Willard Torrey, Norwell. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— Josiah Cushman, Abingtou; 
Henry S. Porter and George A. Wheeler, Brockton; William L. Alden, Dux- 
bury; Charles Spring, Hingham; James Cole and Everett T. Lincoln, 
MUdleboro; James B. Collingwood, Plymouth; James W. Hurley, Wareham; 
George E. Hussey, Whitman. 

Clerk of Courts— Edward E. Hobart (D), Plymouth, $2,000. 

County Treasurer— Albert Davis (R), Whitman, $1,200. 

Register of Deeds— William S. Danforth (R), Plymouth, $2,600. 

County Commissioners (compensation $2,700, divided)— Walter H Fa mice 
(R), Kingston; William Rankin (R), Brockton; Jedediah Dweiley (It), Han- 
over. Meetings— At Plymouth on the 1st Tuesday of January and August. 
and the 3d Tuesday of March. 

Special Commissioners— Ezekiel R. Studley (R), Rockland; Albert T. 
Sprague (R), Marshneld. 

Masters in Chancery- Joseph O. Burdett, Hingham; Frank M. Reynolds, 
Hull. 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 
Inc. 1643. Pop. 539,799. Shire Town, Boston. 

Judges of P/obate and Insolvency-John W. McKim (R), Boston, $5,000; 
Robert Grant (D), Boston, $5,000. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— Elijah George (D), Boston, $5,000. 

Assistant Register— Eugene Tappan, Boston, $2,800. 

Sheriff— John B. O'Brien (R), Boston, $3,000. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Fred H. Seavey, Boston. 

Master of House of Correction— John P. Whiton, Boston. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)-John F. Kelley, Joseph P. Sllsby 
Jr. Robert L. Magua-e, b rands Martin, Jeremiah G. Fennessey, Albert C. 
Tllden, all at othce, Court House, Pemberton square, Boston. 

Clerk of Supreme Judicial Court— John Noble, Boston $0 500 

Assistant Clerk of Supreme Judicial Court-Clarence H. Cooper Boston 
$2,500. ' 



-COUNTY OFFICERS. 165 

Clerk of Superior Court (civil session)— Joseph A. Wlllard (R), Boston, 
$6,500. 

Clerk of Superior Court (criminal session)— John P. Manning (D), Boston. 
$6,000. 

County Treasurer— Alfred T. Turner (R), Boston. (Treasurer of the city of 



Boston.) 

County Auditor— James H. Dodge (R), Boston. (Auditor of -the city of Bos- 
ton.) 

Register of Deeds— Thomas F. Temple (R), Boston, $5,500. 

Masters In Chancery— Henry H. Smith, Hyde Park; John H. Sherburne, 
Henry S. Dewey, James F. Farley, Edward J. Jones, Edwin H. Darling, 
David Benshlmol, Charles E. Grinnell, David H. Coolidge, Andrew Fiske, 
William M. Butler, Boston. 

Note.— In the city of Boston the Board of Aldermen have all the powers and 
duties of County Commissioners, except in relation to trials by jury and re- 
covery of damages In such trials, in cases of laying out and discontinuing 
highways and appeals from assessors for abatement of taxes. 

WORCESTER COUNTY. 
Inc. 1731. Top. 306,445. Shire Towns, Worcester and Fitchburg. 

Judge of Probate and Insolvency— William T. Forbes (R), Westboro, $3,500. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency— George H. Harlow (R), Worcester, 
$3,000. 

Assistant Register— Frederick H. Chamberlain, Worcester, $1,800. 

Sheriff— Robert H. Chamberlain (R), Worcester, $2,500. 

Special Sheriff (appointed by the sheriff)— Benjamin D. Dwinnell, Fitch- 
burg. 

Deputy Sheriffs (appointed by the sheriff)— William H. Richardson, Ash- 
burnham; Roswell L. Doane, Athol; Sylvester Bothwell, Barre; John Nugent, 
Blackstone; Charles A. Bartlett, Clinton; Edwin P. Heath, Douglas; Warren 
E. Tarbell, East Brooklield; John P. Ranger, North Brookfield; Benj. D. Dwin- 
nell (at Fitchburg jail), John J. Sheehan, Horace R Gove and Henry G. Greene, 
Fitchburg; Henry A. Turner, Gardner; Geo. F. Hillman, Furnace, Hardwick; 
Edward W. Merrick, Holden; Nathan E. Metcalf, Leominster; Abbott A. \ 

Jenkins and Henry C. Snell, Milford; Hamilton Boyd, 'Northbridge; F. D. 
Newton (P. O. Fayvllle), Southboro; Franklin Jacobs, Southbrldge; Henry P. 
Draper, Spencer; Edmund O. Bacon, Uxbridget Walter A. Putnam, War- 
ren; Maurice P. Clare, Webster; William Magner, Westboro; Emory A. Ba- 
con and F. H. Baldwin, West Boylston; Robert Callahan, Winchendon; 
James M. Drennan, Charles Sibley (at court), James Early, David H. Hayter, 
James Hunt, William W. Scott and W. Ansel Washburn (at Worcester jail), { 

Worcester. i 

Clerk of Courts— Theodore S. Johnson (R), Worcester, $5,200. 

County Treasurer— Edward A. Brown (R), Worcester, $2,200. 

Registers of Deeds— Worcester District, Harvey B. Wilder (R), Worcester, j 

$3,000; Northern District, David H. Merriam (R), Fitchburg, $1,800. 

County Commissioners (compensation. $4,950, divided)— George W. Cook (R), 
Barre; Henry G. Taft (R), Uxbrldge; Emerson Stone (R), Spencer. Meet- 
ings—At Worcester every Tuesday; at Fitchburg the last Wednesday of each 
month. 

Special Commissioners— Howard M. Lane (R), Leominster; S. Augustus 
Howe (R), Garcrner. 

Masters In Chancery— George M. Woodward, Frederick B. Harlow, Charles 
". Johnson, Charles T. Tatman, all of Worcester. 

Trial Justices— Chauncey W. Carter, Leominster; Sylvander Bothwell, 
£Orth Brookfield; Denis Healey, Hardwick; Henry E. Cottle, Brookfb'ld; 
*rank B. Spalter. Winchendon; Albert W. Curtis, Spencer; John W. Tvler. 
barren; Horace W. Bush, West Brookfield; Matthew W T alker, Barre; Harry 
C. Bascom, Leominster. 



TABLES OF AGGREGATES. 



Showing the Area, Population, Polls, Registered Voters, Valuation, Tax Rate 
and vote on Liquor License question of each Town and City in the Commonwealth. 



TOWNS AND CITIES. 


Area. 

Square 
Allies. 


Pop. 
1890, 
U.S. 


Pop. 
189o, 
State 


No. 

Polls. 


Rei?. 

Voters 
State 


. . iTax 
Valuation. ! Rate, 


License 
Vote, 
1899. 




Ceneui. 


Census. 




Elect 'n. 


1808. 


Abington, . 


10.2 


4,260 


4,207 


1,428 


1,069 


$2,321,964*21.70 


No. 


Acton, 




20.0 


1,897 


1,978 


672 


471 


1,538,050 11.00 


1 No. 


Acushnet, . 




17.4 


1,027 


1,115 


277 


256 


637,970| 14. 00 


No. 


Adams, 




23.4 


9,213 


7,837 


2.342 


1,514 


4,612,1821 19.50 


Yes. 


Agawam, . 




24.9 


2.352 


2,408 


694 


471 


1,339.820! 13.80 


Yes. 


Alford, 




11.1 


297 


280 


80 


66 


167,926! 10.00 


No. 


Auiesbury, 




12.9 


9,798 


9,986 


2,633 


1,762 


5,132,060! 14. OO 


No. 


Amherst, . 




26.9 


4,512 


4,785 


1,137 


9S6 


3.220. 764 1 16.00 


No. 


Andover, . 




32.4 


6,142 


6,145 


1,327 


1.211 


4,854,677 15.00 


No. 


Arlington, . 




5.2 


5,6:29 


6.515 


2,251 


1,354 


8.372.350 17.90 


No. 


Ashburnham, 




41.6 


2,074 


2,148 


520 


399 


1.021.5751 17.50 


No. 


Ash by, 




23.3 


825 


804 


264 


236 


466,1801 15. (Mi 


No. 


Ashfield, . 




39.7 


1,025 


1,013 


— 


250 


516,7211 18.00 


No. 


Ashland, . 




12.5 


2,532 


2,090 


523 


387 


1, 133.718' 17.90 


No. 


Athol, 




34.4 


6,319 


7,364 


2,092 


1,490 


4,055,925! 19.20 


Yes. 


Attleboro, . 




27.6 


7.577 


8,288 


2,628 


1,493 


5,992,992 18.50 


No. 


Auburn, . 




16.5 


1,532 


1,598 


359 


227 


562,4081 14.80 


No. 


Avon, . 




4.5 


1,384 


1.626 


497 


423 


819,4351 18.40 


No. 


Ayer, . 




9.4 


2.148 


2,101 


681 


436 


1,450,329 


i 15.40 


• Yes. 


Barnstable, 




74.0 


4,023 


4.055 


1,152 


LI 05 


3,937.090 


11.00 


No. 


Barre, 




45.7 


2,239 


2.278 


628 


— 


1,445,845 


13.00 


No. 


Becket, 




51.4 


946 


888 


302 


209 


428.729 


16.00 


No. 


Bedford, . 




14.1 


1,092 


1,169 


305 


222 


- 1.068.674 


15.50 


No. 


Belchertown, 




55.1 


2,120 


2,161 


551 


503 


864,925 


16.00 


No. 


Bellingham. 




17.8 


1,334 


1,481 


414 


.250 


749,570 


14.20 


No. 


Belmont, . 




4.6 


2,098 


2,843 


938 


516 


4,870,455 


15.00 


No. 


Berkley, . 




17.1 


894 


955 


281 


207 


391,27)0 


12.00 


No. 


Berlin, 




13.6 


884 


897 


259 


216 


482,285 


9.50 


No. 


Bernardston, 




22.1 


770 


778 


223 


191 


393.333 


14.50 


No. 


Beverly, . 




1 16.8 


10.821 


11.806 


3.677 


2,545 


15,299,775 


15.00 


No. 


Billerica, . 




26 


2.380 


2.577 


662 


578 


1,841,911 


16.80 


No. 


Blackstone, 




16.8 


6.138 


6,039 


1,483 


1,035 
177 


2,660,380 


16.80 


Yes. 


Blandford, 




52.9 


871 


849 


232 


442,490 


15.50 


No. 


Bolton, 




19.8 


827 


797 


238 


495.793 


14.00 


No. 


Boston, . 




38.2 


448.477 


496,920 


161,164 


97,238 


1,036,099,418 


13.60 


Yes. 


Bourne, 




41.4 


1,442 


1,580 


503 


434 


1,996,200 


1320 


No. 


Boxboro, . 




11.8 


325 


307 


94 


— 


229,913 


12.50 


No. 


Boxford, . 




! 25.4 


865 


727 


216 


178 


726.236 


8.90 


No. 


Boylston, . 




18.9 


770 


729 




142 


374,361 


10.20 


No. 


Braintree, . 




13.3 


4.848 


5,311 


1.54*4 


1,150 


4,557.425 


18.20 


No. 


Brewster, . 




i 26.1 


1.003 


901 


248 


249 


529.415 


14.00 


Yes. 


Bridge water, 




I 28.1 


4.249 


4,686 


1.165 


854 


2,396,065 


16.30 


No. 


Brimfield, . 




i 35.2 


1 .096 


962 


280 


207 


406,598 


17.00 


No. 


Brockton, 




20.2 


27.294 


33.165 


11,085 


7,314 


26.0H5.W53 


20.20; 


No. 


Brooktield, 




27.7 


8.852 


3.279 


892 


684 


1,384,153 


18.60! 


Yes. 


Brookline, 




6.8 


12,103 


16,164 


5,090 


3,228 


66,527.000 


11.80 


No. 


Buckland, . 




J 20.1 


1,570 


1,548 


459 


386 


557,150 


20.00: 


No. 


Burlington, 




i 12.4 


617 


574 


202 


135 


fi04.8f)7 


32.00' 


No. 


Cambridge, 




6.4 


70.028 


81.613 


24,824 


12,703 


89,551,090 


10.40 


No. 


Canton, 




19.2 


4,538 


4, 030 


1,333 


992 


3,927,058 


lo.oo; 


Yes. 


Carlisle, . 




16.1 


481 


492 


180 


124 


349,237 


13.0O, 


No. 


Carver, 




41.5 


994 


1,016 


250 


20-2 


843.9 JO 


9.25| 


. No. 


Charlemont, 




26.4 


972 


1,041 


294 


242 


340,929 


22.00! 


No. 


Charlton, . 




43.8 


1.847 


1,877 


557 


417 


887,0:50 


12.40! 


No. 


Chatham, . 




. 16.2 


1,954 


1.809 

1 


571 


535 


838.275 


17.00 


No. 



TABLES OF AGGREGATES. 



167 



TOWNS AND CITIES. 



Chelmsford, 

Chelsea, . 

Cheshire, . 

Chester, . 

Chesterfield, 

Chicopee, 

Chilmark, . 

Clarksburg, 

Clinton, 

Cohasset, . 

Colrain, 

Concord, 

Conway, . 

Cottage City 

Cummington 

Dalton, 

Dana, 

Danvers, . 

Dartmouth, 

Dedham, . 

Deerfield, . 

Dennis, 

Dighton, . 

Douglas, . 

Dover, 

Dracut, 

Dudley, 

Dunstable, 

Duxbury, . 

East Bridgewater. 

East Longmeadow 

Eastham, . 

Easthampton 

Easton, 

Edgartown, 

Egremont, 

Enfield, . 

Erving, 

Essex, 

Everett, . 

Fairhaven, 

Fall River, 

Falmouth, 

FlTCHBURG, 

Florida, 
Foxboro, . 
Framingham, 
Franklin, , 
Freetown . 
Gardner, . 
Gay Head, 
Georgetown, 
Gill, . . 
Gloucester, 
Goshen, 
Gosnold, . 
Grafton, . 
Granby, 
Granville, . 
Great Barrington, 
Greenfield, 
Greenwich, 
Groton, 
Groveland, 
Hadley, . 



Area. 


Top. 




1890, 


Square 


U.S. 


Miles. 


Census. 


23.3 


2,695 


2.3 


27,909 


28.6 


1,308 


35.9 


1,295 


32.4 


608 


25.7 


14,050 


19.4 


353 


12.4 


881 


7.5- 


10,424 


9.6 


2,448 


32.0 


1,671 


25.2 


4,427 


37.7 


1,451 


7.9 


1,080 


22.8 


787 


21.6 


2,885 


19.6 


700 


13.8 


7.454 


75.6 


3,122 


6.0 


7,123 


35.2 


2,910 


21.8 


2,899 


22.8 


1,889 


37.7 


1.908 


14.5 


727 


21.3 


1,996 


22.3 


2,944 


16.8 


416 


25.5 


1,908 


17.5 


2,911 


13.4 


— 


16.1 


602 


14.3 


4,395 


29.3 


4,493 


29.7 


1.156 


19.1 


845 


17.5 


952 


14.4 


972 


15.3 


1,713 


3.4 


11,068 


13.2 


2,919 


37.8 


74,398 


28.0 


2,567 


28.5 


22,037 



24.1 
19.9 
25.4 
27.3 
36.2 
23.1 

5.2 
14.0 
14.6 
27.1 
17.1 
13.2 
2" 7 
3T5 
45.3 
48.7 
20.0 
20.0 
33.7 

8.7 
24.8 



I 'op. 

1895, 

State 

Census 



436 

2,9:w| 

9,239 
4,831 
1,417 
8,424 

139 
2.117 

960 
24,651 

297 

135 
5002 

765 
1,061 
4,612 
5,252 

526 
2,057 
2,191 
1,669 



3,16 

31.264 

1,176 

1,429 

589 

16,420 

304 

1,009 

11.497 

2,471 

1,610 

5,175 

1,301 

1,038 

750 

3,210 

717 

8.181 

3,107 

7,21 1 

3,007 

2,545 

1.797 

2,026 

668 

2,443 

3,203 

400 

1,966 

2,894 

1,591 

476 

4.790 

4,45: 

1,12 

836 

990 

964 

1,58 

18.573 

3.338 

89,203 

2,655 

26,409 

4 

3.219 

9,51 

5,136 

1,405 

9,18 

169 

2,050 

1,082 

28,211 

304 

140 

5.101 

748 

1,005 

4,794 

6.229 

481 

2,192 

2,333 

1,704 



No. 
Polls. 



1,049 

9,319 

350 

418 
180 

4,7:57 
107 
272 

3,536 
630 
448 

1,257 
384 
288 
199 1 
7471 
237 

2,184 
925 1 

2,057 

708 
496 
613 
167 
778 
780| 
131 
565 
879 
413 
164 

1,140! 

1,315 
370 1 
226 1 
308 
273 
508 

6,192 

1,0181 

J5,532| 
853 

8,441 
113 
848 

2,959 

1,267 
345 

3,225 

37 

583 

233| 

6,852 
8: 
43 

1,262 
220 
251 

1,578 

2, HOI 
150 
533 
682 
539 



Res. 


1 


Voters 
State 


Valuation. 


Elect'n. 




728 


$2,360.0f>5 


5,975 


23,292,408: 


285 


672.221 


319 


573,8591 


173 


279,603! 


2.404 


9,311,940 


— 


216.2101 


183 


23-1,587! 


2,633 


7, 2(33. 598 1 


512 


4.797,620! 


315 


585,606! 


785 


3,839,970' 


306 


666.494! 


2a5 


1,674,61 K) 


207 


285,580! 


675 


2,456,1 13 


170 


314.041! 


1,630 


4,976,575 


716 


2,465.550: 


1,476 


8,268.373 


— 


1,298,110 


660 


1,058,347 


396 


. 796.089! 


403 


1,058,861 


131 


824,374 


474 


2,066,7201 


466 


1,021.529; 


— 


291,136! 


419 


1.5(52, 6671 


614 


1,418,560 


218 


626.18r>' 


J 39 


310,318! 


922 


2,908.522! 


984 


4,631,504 


311 


-717.178 1 


200 


436,039 


230 


613,900 


"201 


394.537 


435 


979,934! 


3,319 


15,644,400 


650 


2.254.772! 


13.064 


70.941.286i 


742 


6,664,785 


4,834 


22,418,118' 


75 


151,814 



708 

2,348 

852 

288 

1.8' 

30 

526 

182 

4,466 

69 

801 
164 
219 
1,125 
1,6)44 
122 
407 
554 
357 



2,018,008, 

8.311.370J 

2,927,695 

828,051, 

5,192,981 

25,863! 

1,015,4051 

482.415' 

15,587,326 

136,635 

224,876' 

2,398,457! 

431,223' 

356,654] 

3.4 18,951 1 

5,878,070' 

250.690' 

3,021,248 

973,193 

960,895 



Tax 
Rate, 



$11.00 
17.40 
15.50 
19.00 
18.00 
18.10 

8.20 
20.00 
18.20 

9.85 
22.00| 
13.33 
19.00 
16.30 
18.00 
15.00 
14.40 
19.20 
12.00 
16.80 
11.50 
15.00 
15.80 
17.50 

9.20 
10.25 
19.40 
15.00 
14.00 
16.80 
12.75 

9.60 
15.50 

9.00 
16.10 
12.50 
lO.OOi 
21.00) 
15.60 
17.00| 
17.00] 
17.80] 

8.15| 
18.60] 
22.00' 
15.40: 
15.00 
16.00| 
11.001 
22.00 
10.00) 
16.60| 
11.00 I 
17.60 
21.00 

5.18 
17.00 
14.30 
21.00 
12.50 
18.00 
15. (JO 
7.00 
17.50 
16.50 



License 
Vote, 
1899. 



No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 



168 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



. Tablet of Aggregates— Continued. 



TOWNS AND CITIES. 



Halifax, 
Hamilton, . 
Hampden, . 
Hancock, . 
Hanover, . 
Hanson, 
Hardwick, 
Harvard, . 
Harwich, . 
Hatfield, . 
Haverhill. 
Hawley, 
Heath, 
Hingham, . 
Hinsdale, . 
Holbrook, . 
Holden, 
Holland, . 
Holliston, . 

HOLYOKE, 

Hopedale, . 
Hopkinton, 
Hubbardston, 
Hudson, 
Hull, . 
Huntington, 
Hyde Park, 
Ipswich, . 
Kingston, . 
Lakeville, . 
Lancaster, 
Lanesboro, 
Lawrence, 
Lee, . 
Leicester, . 
Lenox, 
Leominster, 
Leverett, . 
Lexington, 
Ley den, 
Lincoln, . 
Littleton, . 
Longmeadow, 
Lowell, . 
Ludlow, . 
Lunenburg, 
Lynn. 
Lynnlield, . 
Malden, . 
Manchester, 
Manstield, . 
Marblehead, 
Marion, 
Maklhoko, 
Marsh field, 
Mash pee, . 
Mattnpoisett, 
Mavnard, . 
Medncld, . 
Medeord, 
Med way, . 
Melrose, 
Mendon, 
Merriinac, . 
Methuen, . 



Squaie 
Mile.. 



17.1 
14.9 
18.9 
37.7 
13.4 
-T6.r 
39.9 
25.8 
22.5 
17.3 
34.2 
30.8 
25.0 
24.8 
21.4 

7.6 
37.1 
13.5 
19.4 
16.8 

5.7 
27.2 
42.' 2 
12.2 

2.2 
07 o 

4.6 

35.5 
19.3 
36.1 
28.3 
29.4 

7.2 
25.4 
24.9 
24.0 
29.4 
23.8 
16.0 
28.5 
14.8 
17.4 
11.2 
12.3 
28.2 
29.1 
11.4 
10.0 

4.9 

6.8 
20.4 

4.1 
14.6 
21.6 
30. 1 
28.0 
17.5 

5.7 
19.1 

7.1 
13.8 

5.1 
18.1 

8.4 



Pop. 


Pop. 




Res. 


1890. 


1895, 


No. 


Voters. 


U.S. 


State 


Polls. 


State 


Census. 


Census. 




Elect'n. 


562 


497 


157 


106 


961 


1,356 


342 


262 


831 


743 


227 


159 


506 


511 


126 


1(H) 


, 2.093 


2.051 


579 


. 500 i 


1,267 


1,380 


395 


3011 


2,922 


2,655 


741 


394 1 


-1,095 


1.162 


318 


248! 


2,734 


2.532 


707 


659 1 


1,246 


1.262 


468 


289 1 


27,412 


30,209 


10,8.^8 


7.077| 


515 


468 


141 


136 1 


503 


476 


128 


116| 


4,561 


4.819 


1,239 


970 


1,739 


1,650 


401 


2981 


2.474 


2.298 


655 


577 1 


2,623 


2.602 


656 


3851 


201 


199 


46 


-41 1 


2,619 


2,718 


829 


615 


35.637 


40,322 


11,122 


6,217! 


1,176 


1.377 


479 


335! 


4.088 


2.984 


825 


788j 
277 


1,346 


1,274 


358 


4,670 


5.308 


1.5S7 


1.081 ! 


989 


1,044 


347 


2471 


1,385 


1.450 


312 


292 


10,193 


11,826 


3,200 


2,445 


4.439 


4,720 


1.171 


8691 


1,659 


1,746 


513 


416| 


935 


870 


255 


1881 


2,201 


2,180 


535 


356 


1,018 


848 


255 


2081 


44.651 


52.164 


16,128 


10,0561 


I 3.785 


4.066 


1,048 


928| 


3.120 


3,239 


929 


6601 


2.889 


2.872 


782 


567! 


7,269 


9.211 


3.093 


1.97l! 


702 


744 


218 


161 


3,197 


3.498 


1,110 


709 


407 


363 


105 


104 


987 


1.111 


321 


183 


1.025 


1.136 


370 


255 J 


2.183 


*620 


175 


148 


77.696 


84.367 


24.317 


15.017' 


1.939 


2,562 


691 


324| 


1,146 


1.237 


367 


251 ! 


55.727 


62 351 


18.922 


11,782 


787 


818 


247 


185! 


23.031 


29.708 


9.167 


5,6281 


1.789 


1,876 


555 


426: 


3.432 


3,722 


1,000 


744! 


8,202 


7.671 


2,430 


2.000: 


871 


759 


282 


234! 


13.805 


14.977 


4.219 


3.027. 


1,713 


1,760 


529 


456! 


298 


330 


89 


90! 


1,148 


1.032 


285 


292! 


2.7(H) 


3,090 


997 


600; 


1 .493 


1,872 


537 


300 


11,079 


14,474 


4,772 


3.0161 


2.985 


2.913 


790 


64 1! 


8,519 


11,965 


3,089 


2.458! 


919 


889 


260 


207 


2,633 


2.301 


671 


515! 


4.814 


5,690 


1.839 


1,2761 



$270. 080 

1.910,1 55 : 

393.51^ 

298,697 

1.203,995 

072,1 88 ! 
1,523,885! 

927,120! 

1,098,840 

1,027,4491 

25,502,4831 

142,5001 

152,293 
4,021,732! 

559.780! 
l,172,95'.)i 
1,201,504! 
87.439: 
1,486,614; 
36,415.800! 
3,268,260: 
1.823.490! 

640,555; 
2,903,242 
3,799.939 

510,627' 
9.966.615! 
3.054.350 
1.389.235] 

459.803! 
3,095,438; 

461.2311 
37.576.798: 
1,731,005 
2.197,332! 
3.623.690: 
6.527.519 : 

275.621' 
4.863.380 

191,180 
1.971,310 

878.325 

705.590 

70.941. 243 j 

1.305.441: 

774.277! 
50,966,389! 

653,646 
26.147,660, 
7.531,420! 
1.922,400! 
5.640,290 
1.041,750 
8,975,248 
1.303.380J 

199.760 
1,490,766 
2.232,984 
1.31 1.568 
18,936,050 
1.382.335 
12.475.141 

539,680 
1.300,829 
4.104.108 



Tax 
Rate, 
1898, 



$14.20 
7.30 
11.75 
10.50 
15.50 
16.30 
14.001 
9.901 
14.50 
13 00 j 
17.80 
22.00, 
18.50 
14.50 
17.30 
20.00! 
17.30 
10.20! 
19.90! 
14.401 

10.00 1 

15.75i 
16.00! 

18.00! 

17.20! 
19.00! 
17.00! 
14.00! 
10.00' 
11.25; 
12.10: 
15.00: 
15.60; 
19.50! 
10.40 
15.40 
22.50, 
15.2(1 
17.50 
18.00 
11.00 

13.33 

9.50; 
18.00 
12.10, 
14.5o! 
17.00 
14.00 
16.50: 

8.00! 
21.001 
19.20! 
12.00 
19.00 
18.70; 
12.30: 

8.00! 
14.60 
11.501 
17.80 
20.50 
16.70; 
13 00 
18.00 
16.80 



License 

Vote, 

lisyy. 



No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 
Yes. 
Yes. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
Yes. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 
No. 
Yes. 
No. 
No. 
Yes. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



*East Longmeadow set off in 1894. 



TABLES OF AGGREGATES. 



169 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 


Area. 

Square 
Miles. 


Top. 
MX), 
U.S. 


Pop. 
181)5, 
State 


No. 
Polls. 


Re?r. 

Voters, 
State 


Valuation. 


Tax 
Rate. 


License 
Vote, 




Census. 


Census. 




Llect'n. 




181)8. 


18W. 


Middleboro, 


72.1 


6,065 


6,689 


1,983 


1,526 


$3,788,098 


$19.00 


No. 


Middlefield, . 


24.2 


455 


386 


110 


70 


188,539 


15.00 


No. 


Middleton, 


14.9 


924 


838 


240 


172 


545.060 


14.50 


No. 


Milford, . 


15.0 


8.780 


8.959 


3,021 


2.097 


5,499,275 


17.50 


Yes. 


Millbury, . 


16.8 


4,428 


5,222 


1,207 


669 


2.266,301 


19.00 


Yes. 


Millis, 


12.7 


786 


1,006 


256 


150 


753.415 


16.(50 


No. 


Milton, 


12.9 


4.278 


5,518 


1,607 


1,284 


19.722,490 


9.00 


No. 


Monroe , 


11.1 


282 


298 


102 


60 


137.797 


21.00 


No. 


Monson, 


47.8 


3.650 


3,746 


1,015 


755 


1,733,103 


16.50 


No. 


Montague, . 


30.4 


6.296 


6.058 


1,710 


1.167 


3,737.756 


20.20 


No. 


Monterey, . 


28.2 


495 


46-1 


129 


97 


230,092 


16.67 


No. 


Montgomery, . 


j 15.0 


266 


275 


80 


7*' 


141.210 


10.00 


No. 


Mt. Washington. . 


22.5 


148 


136 


31 


26 


82,136 


15.00 


Yes. 


Nahant, . . 


1.0 


880 


865 


271 


256 


4,835,958 


8,00 


Yes. 


Nantucket, 


52.0 


3,268 


3,016 


867 


794 


3.362.996 


12.60 


Yes. 


Natick, 


16.1 


9,118 


8,814 


2,925 


2,471 


5, 781. -21 H) 


22.40 


Yes. 


Needham, . 


12.7 


3,035 


3,51 1 


1,123 


717 


3,296,700 


15.80 


No. 


New Ashford, . 


13.0 


125 


116 


41 


33 


56.370 


19.40 


No. 


New Bedford, 


20.1 


40,733 


55,251 


15.472 


8.280 


57,352, 126 


19.20 


Yes. 


New Braintree, 


j 21.4 


573 


542 


177 


108 


410,450 


11.70 


No. 


New Marlboro, 


48.4 


1,305 


1,288 


375 


295 


494.197 


16.00 


No. 


New Salem, 


I 30.1 


856 


869 


214 


174 


277.380 


19.00 


No. 


Newbury, . 


I 24.4 


1.427 


1,489 


417 


378 


1,304,712 


10.50 


No. 


Newbtjryport 


\ 


8.5 


13,947 


14,552 


3,748 


2.782 


* 9,690,990 


16.10 


Yes. 


Newton, . 




27.5 


24,379 


27,590 


9,029 


4,938 


55,296.300 


16.20 


No. 


Norfolk, . 




14^8 


913 


882 


256 


166 


530,331 


14.40 


No. 


North Adams 




18.9 


16.074 


19,135 


5,555 


3,446 


9.390,675 


21.80 


Yes. 


North Andover 




27.5 


3,742 


3.569 


1,174 


868 


3,010.095 


15.00 


No. 


North Attleboro. . 


19.4 


6,727 


6,576 


1,802 


1,261 


3,819.860 


21.40 


No. 


North Brook lie Id, . 


22.2 


3,871 


4,635 


1,357 


971 


1,832,578 


22.50 


No. 


North Reading. 


?3'5 


874 


835 


238 


186 


498.961 


16.00 


No. 


Northampton, 


40.5 


14.990 


16,746 


4,144 


2,883 


11,634,921 


15.50 


Yes. 


Northboro, 


18.6 


1,952 


1,940 


585 


360 


1.235,715 


17.00 


No. 


Northbridge, 




19.0 


3,871 


4,635 


1,673 


828 


3,198,566 


12.40 


No. 


Northfield, 




35.6 


1.869 


1,851 


504 


396 


916,262 


13.50 


No. 


Norton, 




29.3 


1,785 


1,614 


438 


3(54 


826,375 


15.20 


No. 


Norwell, . 




21.0 


1,635 


1,540 


499 


.396 


860,457 


13.50 


No. 


Norwood, . 




10.0 


3,733 


4,574 


1,495 


994 


4,000.012 


19.30 


No. 


Oakham, . 




21.5 


738 


605 


193 


167 


309,760 


10.70 


No. 


Orange. 




36.6 


4,568 


5,361 


1,673 


1,221 


2,858,850 


20.00 


Yes. 


Orleans, . 




20.8 


1,219 


1,198 


306 


290 


562.187 


14.00 


No. 


Otis, . 




37.8 


583 


518 


150 


133 


203,012 


15.001 Yes. 


Oxford, 




27.6 


2,616 


2.390 


746 


522 


1,256,100 


17.20 


No. 


Palmer, 




32.5 


6,520 


6,858 


1,906 


1,222 


2,726,691 


19.10 


Yes. 


Paxton, 




15.8 


445 


426 


138 


111 


286,394 


16.00 


No. 


Peabody, . 




17.0 


10,158 


10,507 


3,280 


2,411 


7,583.900 


17.40 


No. 


Pelham, . 




1 25 4 


486 


486 


125 


107 


180,087 


17.00! No. 


Pembroke, 




24.8 


1,320 


1,223 


368 


299 


631,455 


18.50' No. 


Pepperell, . 




22.6 


3,127 


3,321 


1,181 


761 


2,155,589 


13.00 


.Yes. 


Peru, . 




27.1 


305 


305 


87 


70 


114,822 


12.25 


No. 


Petersham, 




38.2 


1,050 


952 


264 


220 


620,411 


12.60 


No. 


Phillipston. 




24.1 


502 


460 


136 


96 


2(58,030 


17.20 


No. 


PlTTSFIELD, 




42.1 


17,281 


20,461 


6.195 


4.529 


14,791,746 


17.80 


Yes. 


Plainfield, . 




21.8 


435 


450 


126 


116 


155.795 


15.00 


No. 


Plymouth, 




109.3 


7,314 


7,957 


2,456 


1,718 


6,942,225 


17.20 


No. 


Plympton, 




15.0 


597 


549 


154 


138 


316.538 


12.30 


No. 


Prescott. . 




18 3 


376 


401 


126 


90 


163,008 


12.40 


No. 


Princeton, 




36.5 


982 


952 


310 


216 


832,8(58 


12.00 


No. 


Provincetown, 




9.4 


4,642 


4,555 


1,175 


690 


1 ,857,571 


18.00 


No. 


Quincy, . 




16.5 


16,723 


20,712 


6,236 


4,025 


19,236,832 


18.00 


No. 


Randolph, . 




10.0 


3.946 


3,694 


1,180 


977 


1.875.450 


19.80 


No. 


Raynham, . 




19.9 


1,340 


1,518 


369 


306 


761.271 


13.10 


No. 


Reading. . 




10.1 


4,088 


4,717 


1,444 


1,101 


4,044.439 


18.00 


No. 


Rehoboth, . 




45.1 


1,786 


1,810 


456 


307 


702.71 1 


16.80 


No. 


Revere, 




5.9 


5,668 


7,423 


2,669 


1,748 


9.955,025 


16.40 


No. 



170 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Tables of Aggregates — Continued. 



TOWNS AND CITIES 


Area. 

Square 
Miles. 


Pop. 
1890, 

u.s. 


Pop. 

i«w, 

State 


No. 
Polls. 


Reg. 
Voters, 
State 


| 

Valuation. 


Tax 
Rate. 


License 

Vote, 




Census. 


Census. 




Elect'n. 




lsus. 

$18.90 
16.00 


I8yj. 


Richmond, 


18.4 


796 


701 


160 


139 


$324,512 


No.. 


Rochester, 




35.8 


1,012 


1,021 


260 


203 


469,311 


No. 


Rockland, . 




10.1 


5,213 


5,523 


1.689 


1,484 


2.986.226 


22.30 


No. 


Rockport, . 




7.0 


4,087 


5,289 


1,217 


951 


2,71X5.690 


18.50 


No. 


Rowe, . 




24.1 


541 


498 


201 


106 


171,985 


16.50i No. 


Rowley, 




18.2 


1,248 


1,272 


404 


344 


662,811 


15.00 


No. 


Royalston, 




43.7 


1.030 


890 


255 


208 


464,353 


15. (HI I No. 


Russell, 




18.9 


879 


846 


171 


151 


481.415 


15.50 


Yes. 


Rutland, 




33.3 


980 


978 


281 


197 


574.821 


16.50 


No. 


Salem, 




8.2 


30,801 


34,473 


9,779 


6,21 1 


28.3M8,205 


16.80 


No. 


Salisbury, . 




20.3 


1.316 


1,300 


400 


368 


650.660 


12.20 


Yes. 


Sandisneld, 




53.1 


807 


802 


197 


191 


336,062 


21.70 


Yes. 


Sandwich, . 




69.8 


1,819 


1,580 


385 


396 


919,250 


14.00 


No. 


Saugus, 




11.2 


3,673 


4,497 


1,438 


1,063 


3,548,211 


20.50 


No. 


Savoy, 




39.3 


569 


504 


160 


136 


154,365 


231)0 


No. 


Scituate, . 




17.8 


2.318 


2,246 


689 


627 


2,529,226 


13.00 


Yes. 


Seekonk, . 




17.9 


1,317 


1,465 


346 


239 


926.405 


11.50 


No. 


Sharon, 




24.2 


1,634 


1,717 


504 


384 


1.810,575 


12.00 


No. 


Sheffield, . 




50.7 


1,954 


1,897 


462 


405 


860,423 


17.40 


Yes. 


Shelburne, 




23.6 


1,553 


1,560 


443 


391 


886,876 


22.00 


No. 


Sherborn, . 




17.6 


1,381 


1 ,446 


304 


238 


791,090 


12.60 


No. 


Shirley, . 




15.8 


1,191 


1,399 


375 


292 


756,446 


14.50 


No. 


Shrewsbury, 




21*. 6 


1,449 


1,524 


426 


330 


1.140.501 


15.00 


No. 


Shutesbury, 




26.6 


453 


444 


110 


101 


164,110 


20.00 


No. 


Somerset, . 




10.4 


2,106 


1,983 


510 


404 


1.012.986 


14.00 


No. 


SOMERVILLE, 




5.5 


40,152 


52,200 


16,321 


8.492 


50. 68 1.4 -.15 


17.90 


No. 


Soutb Hadley, 




18.5 


4.261 


4,443 


1,084 


710 


2.080.904 


19.00 


No. 


Southampton, 




27.3 


1,017 


1,054 


278 


188 


494,292 


15.00 


No. 


Southboro, 




15.4 


2,114! 2,223 


534 


364 


1.472.917 


11.40 


No. 


Southbridge, 




20.8 


7,655] 8,250 


1.635 


1,393 


3,698.190 


19.00 


Yes. 


Southwick, 




23.1 


914| 961 


283 


261 


486.375 


18.00 


Yes. 


Spencer, . 




34.1 


8,747! 7,614 


1,993 


1,419 


3.547,051 


19.00 


Yes. 


Springfield, 




32.2 


44.179 


51,522 


17,110 


10,681 


65.699,713 


13.80 


Yes. 


Sterling, . 




31.3 


1.244 


1.218 


419 


306 


803.235 


12.00 


No. 


Stock bridge, 




22.1 


2,132 


2,077 


517 


442 


3,143,696 


11.40 


No. 


Stoneham, 




6.6 


6.155 


6,284 


1,916 


1,513 


5,067.925 


19.80 


No. 


Stoughton, 




16.4 


4.852 


5,272 


1,499 


1,129 


2.9r>4.819 


20.00 


No. 


Stow, . 




18.0 


903 


920 


302 


200 


700.166 


10.00 


No. 


Sturbridge, 




39.8 


2,074 


1.910 


478 


310 


915,250 


16.00 


Yes. 


Sudbury, . 




25.4 


1.197 


1,141 


380! 


253 


1,166,349 


13.50 


No. 


Sunderland, 




13.9 


663 


696 


2441 


169 


439.265 


12.00 


No. 


Sutton, 




34.3 


3,180 


3.420 


738! 


452 


1,213.749 


14.00 


Yes. 


Swampscott, 




3.1 


3,198 3,259 


1,0211 


976 


5,454,173 


14.00 


No. 


Swansea, . 




24.0 


1,456 1,627 


4H7 


343' 


889,110 


15.40 


No. 


Taunton, . 




46.4 


25,4481 27,115 


8.082 


5.331, 


20,308,410 


18.60 


Yes. 


Templeton, 




32.5 


2.999| 2.915 


1,021 


655 1 


1,266,562 


20.60 


No. 


Tewksbury, 




22.2 


2.515 3.379! 


5831 


378] 


1,688,562 


13.00 


No. 


Tisbury, . 




7.1 


*1.506 1.002 


315| 


282 


945.170 


12.60 


No. 


Tolland, . 




31.3 


3931 309 


811 


66 


141,170 


20. 00 


No. 


Topstleld, . 




12.9 


1.0221 1,0331 


273] 


241 


777,580 


14. 00 


No. 


Townsend, 




32.2 i 


1,750| 1,780 


5-15! 


437 


1,119,763 


15.00! 


No. 


Truro, 




22.6 i 


919! 815 1 


233 1 


153| 


328,5251 


16.00' 


No. 


Tyngsboro, 




17.9 : 


662! 635 


2041 


136! 


397,178 


16.10 


No. 


Tyringham, 




18.9 1 


412! 363| 


109! 


100' 


217.391 


13.00 


No. 


Upton, 




20.8 ! 


1,878 1 2.150! 


612! 


463; 


1,024.999 


17.50 


No. 


Uxbridge, . 




30.2 j 


3,408! 3.5J0: 


1,067 


7021 


2,239.915 


17.40i 


No. 


Wakefield, 




7.6 ! 


6,9821 8,*>4i 


2,672 


l,904i 


7,530.936 


17.00 


No. 


Wales, 




16.6 


7U<)i 1K\ 


218] 


160 


269,555 


13.501 


Yes. 


Walpole, . 




21.6 


2.604 


2.994 


951 1 


575 1 


2,43:1.071 


17.40! 


No. 


Waltham, 




14.0 


18.707! 


20.876] 


6,173! 


4,065 


18,829, 021 


16.00 


No. 


Ware. . 




29.3 


7.329, 


7,651' 


1,899] 


1.230: 


4,117,525! 


19.30 


Yes. 


Wareham, . 




40.2 i 


3,451 


3,307, 


776 


753] 


2,154.958 


17.00 1 


No. 


Warren, . 




28.5 


4,681 


4.4301 


875 


552 


1.973.711 


18 20 


No. 


Warwick, . 




37.4 


565! 


599 


194 1 


131 


335.005 


22. (X) 


No. 


Washington. . 


39.5 


434| 


423! 


95 

1 


78 


235,690: 


15.50 


No. 



Town of West Tisbury set oiT from Tisbury in 1892, 



TABLES OF AGGREGATES. 



171 



TOWNS AND CITIES 


Area. 

SquRre 
Miles. 

4.1 


Pop. 
1890. 
U.S. 


Pop. 
1895, 


No. 
Polls. 


Beg. 

Voters. 
State 


Valuation. 


Tax 

Rate, 


License 
Vote, 




Census. 


Censur. 




Elect'n. 




1898. 


1899. 


Watertown, 


7,073 


7,788 


2.627 


1,700 


$10,024,190 


$17.50 


No. 


Way land, . 


16.3 


2,060 


2,026 


641 


481 


1,618,465 


17.60 


Yes. 


Webster, . 


14.5 


7,031 


7,799 


2,189 


1,332 


3,339,745 


10.00 


Yes. 


Wellesley, . . 


10.4 


3,600 


4,229 


1,033 


674 


7,801.3.-i0 


11.00 


No. 


Wellfieet, . 


21.7 


1,291 


968 


275 


247 


617,290 


12.50 


No. 


Wendell, . 


32.3 


505 


529 


157 


124 


239,911 


20.00 


No. 


Wenhain, . 


8.0 


886 


886 


254 


215 


890.8(H) 


8.80 


No. 


West Boylston, 


J 3. 2 


3,019 


2.9(58 


464 


427 


789,:.*95 


12.00 


No. 


West Bridgewater, 


16=8 


1,917 


1,747 


438 


334 


1.231,775 


11.00 


No. 


West Brook field, . 


21.1 


1,592 


1,4(57 


395 


331 


765,189 


20.20 


No. 


West Newbury, 


14.3 


1 ,796 


1,613 


48D 


396 


855,621 


15.00 


No. 


West Springfield, . 


18.3 


5,077 


6,125 


1,781 


1,254 


4,715,153 


14.80 


Yes. 


West Stockbridge, . 


18.2 


1,492 


1,257 


351 


287 


451,081 


18.20 


No. 


West Tisbury, 


30.5 


— 


4(50 


152 


134 


387.841 


6.00 


No. 


Westboro, . 


22.7 


5.195 


5,225 


1.462 


1,027 


2,8 15,570 


1(5.90 


No. 


Westfield, . 


48.5 


9,805 


10.6(53 


3,194 


2,595 


8,140,808 


18.00 


Yes. 


Westford, . 


31.4 


2,250 


2,418 


666 


434 


1,26(5.4.51 


15.00 


No. 


Westhampton, 


27.8 


477 


476 


115 


109 


216,750 


17.00 


No. 


Westminster, . 


37.3 


1.088 


1,315 


384 


322 


649,033 


15.00 


No. 


Weston, . 


16.6 


1,661 


1,710 


556 


338 


3.309,008 


9.50 


No. 


Westport. . 


55.1 


2,599 


2,678 


733 


510 


1.550.150 


18.80 


No. 


Westwood, 


15.6 


* 


* 


261 


197 


1,019.(50(5 


15.80 


No. 


Weymouth, 


19.0 


10,866 


11,291 


3,442 


2.641 


6,620,719 


18.70 


No. 


Whately, . 


19.0 


779 


755 


248 


197 


415,830 


15.00 


Yes. 


Whitman, . 


6.9 


4,441 


5,744 


1.938 


1.348 


3,608,776 


19.40 


No. 


Wilbraham, 


22.9 


1,814 


1.740 


370 


295 


772.822 


10.00 


No. 


Williamsburg, . 


25.5 


2,057 


1,955 


504 


435 


844.764 


14.50 


No. 


Williamstown, 


49.0 


4,221 


4,887 


1,170 


985 


2,814.4(58 


18.60 


No. 


Wilmington, . 


17.8 


1,213 


1,420 


452 


273 


1,064,851 


14.00 


No. 


Winchendon, . 


45.5 


4.390 


4,490 


1,468 


919 


2,455,829 


20.00 


Yes. 


Winchester, 


6.0 


4,861 


6,150 


1,779 


1,221 


7,963,840 


16.30 


No. 


Windsor, . 


33.5 


612 


556 


155 


. 118 


190,360 


18.40 


No. 


Winthrop, . 


1.6 


2.726 


4.192 


1.284 


895 


6,376,450 


15.60 


No. 


Woburn, . 


12.6 


13,499; 


14,178 


4,052 


3,031 


9,945.7(52 


18.70 


Yes. 


Worcester, . 


39.0 


81,655 98.767 


31.230 


17,55X5 


102.059,315 


16.20 


Yes. 


Worthington, . 


32.5 


714 1 648 


201 


167 


318,499 


17.00 


No. 


Wrentham, 


32.2 


2,5(56 1 


2.5841 


7171 


„ 572 


1,479,689 


15.301 


No- 


Yarmouth, 


25.6 


1,760 


1,655 1 


5161 


443 


1,583.571 


11.50 


No. 



BY COUNTIES. 



COUNTIES. 



Barnstable, 

Berkshire, 

Bristol, 

Dukes, 

Essex, 

Franklin, . 

Hampden, . 

Hampshire, 

Middlesex, 

Nantucket, 

Norfolk, . 

Plymouth, . 

Suffolk, 

Worcester, 



State, • 



Cities. 



32 



Towns. 



15 
30 
17 

7 
27 
^6 
20 
22 
44 

1 
27 
26 

2 
57 



Area, 
Sq. Miles 



444 
959 
585 
113 
518 
691 
629 
594 
852 

52 
411 
704 

48 
1,577 



321 8,177 



Pop.. 
1890. 



29,172 

81,108 

I86,40f> 

4,369 

299,995 

38,610 
1.35,713 

51,859 

431.167 

3.2(58 

118.950 

92,700 
484,780 
280,787 



Pop., 

1895. 



27,(554 

8(5,29: 

219,019 

4.238 

330,393 

40,145 
152,1(38 

51,710 
499,217 
3,01(5 
131,819 
101,498, 
539,799 1 
306,445 



822,501,424 

53,347,090 

179,041,277 

4,191,738 

258,421,127 

22,455,992 

137,273.373 

31,895,957 

492,301.(579 

3,362,996 

182,815.124 

7.^, 80 1,8(52 

1.075,723,301 

225,016,838 



238,9-13 2,500, 1 83 $2,76 1 .244 ,784 



•Incorporated from Dedham, April 2, 1897. 






MILITARY. 



Corrected to May 5. 



GOVERNOR AND STAFF. 

Commander-in-Chief— Mi* Excellency Roger Wolcott of Boston. 

Adjutant General— May Gen. Samuel Dalton. Boston. 

Assistant Adjutant* General— Col. William Curtis Capelle, Wakefield: Col. Edward 
B. Robins, Boston; Col. J. Payson Bradley, Boston: Col. Richard D. Sears, Nahant. ' 

Inspector General— Brig. Gen. James L. Carter, Brookline. 

Assistant Inspectors General— Col. Fred W. Wellington, Worcester; Col. Fred G. 
King, Boston; Col. Gordon Dexter, Beverly: Col. Richard H. Morgan, New Bed- 
ford; Col. Frank L. Locke, Maiden; Col. James T. Soutter, Boston: Col. James A. 
Frye. Boston. 

Surgeon General— Brig. Gen. Robert A. Blood. Boston. 

Judge Advocate General— Brig. Gen: Rockwood Hoar. Worcester. 

Commissary General— Brig. Gen. Francis H. Appleton, Peabody. 

Assistant Quartermasters General— Col. Gordon Dexter, Beverly; Col. Harry E. 
Converse, Maiden: Col. Roger Morgan. Spring-field. 

Aides-de- Camp— Col. John D. Billings, Cambridge: Col. William D. Sohier 
Beverly; Col. George R. Jewett, Salem: Col. Frank B. Stevens. Brookline. 

FIRST BRIGADE, GENERAL AND STAFF. 

Brigadier General — Thos. R. Mathews, Boston. 
Assistant Adjutant General— Walter C. Hagar, Boston. , 
c Medical Director— Otis H. Marion. Allston. 
Assistant Inspector General— Frank S. Richardson, No. Adams. 
Brigade Quartermaster— Charles Kinny. Boston. 
Engineer— Geo. M. Thompson, Wakefield. 
Judge Advocate, rank Captain— Henry S. Dewey, Boston. 
Provost Marshal— Chas. D. Wainwright. Boston. 

Aides-de- Camp— Geo. H. Chase, Concord; Edward Glines, Somerville. 
Asst. Insp. Gen. Rifle Practice, Major— Viva. H. Brigham, Hudson. 
Signal Officer, 1st Lieut.— George E. Lovett, Boston. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Colonel— Charles Pfaff, Boston. 

Lieut. Colonel— Charles B. Woodman, Fall River. 

Majors— Geo. F. Quimby, Boston; Jas. A. Frye, Boston; Perlie A. Dyar, Allston. 

Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut.— Charles H. Lake, Cambridge. 

Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— John S. Keeuan. Dorchester. 

Surgeon, rank }[ajor — Howard S. Dearing. Boston. 

Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— Win. A. Rolfe, Boston. 

Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Horace B. Parker. Boston. 

Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— John Bryant Paine. Boston. 

Chaplain — Edward A. Horton, Boston. 



Co. 


Place. 


Captain. 


A 


Boston 


John Boardman, Jr. 


B 


Cambridge 


Walter E. Lombard 


C 


Boston 


Charles P. Nutter 


D 


Boston 


J. H. Frothiugham 


E 


New Bedford 


Jos. L. Gibbs 


F 


Taunton 


Norris O. Danforth 


G 


Boston 


Albert B. (.'hick 


H 


Chelsea 


Walter L. Pratt 


I 


Brockton 


Charles Wiiliainsou 


K 


Boston 


Frederick S. Howes 


L 


Boston 


Fred M. Whiting 


M 


Fall River 


David Fuller 



1st. Lieut. 
Dwight Fullerton 
John E. Day 
Charles F. Nostrom 
Norman P. Cormack 
Harold C. King 
Ferd. H. Phillips 
Frank S. Wilson 
William Renfrew 
Geo. E. Horton 
Frank Packard 
Win. R. Graves 
Fred'k W. Harrison 



2d Lieut. 
Sumner Paine 
M. Underwooa 
Arthur C. Hall 
Wm. J. McCullough 
Horatio llathaway,Jr. 
William J. Meek 
Jas. H. G owing 
Bertie E. Grant 
Wellington H. Nilsson 
Albert A. Gleason 
Roger Wolcott, Jr. 
Wm. J. Meek 



i 



MILITARY. 
SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



173 



Colonel— Embury P. Clark. Springfield. 
Lieut. Colonel— Kdwin R. Shumway, Worcester. 

Majors— Frederick G. Southmayd, Springfield; Reuben A. Whipple, Adams; Henry 
B. Fairbanks, Worcester. 
Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut.— Paul R. Hawkins. Springfield. 
Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Edward E. Sawtell, Springfield. 
Surgeon, rank Major— Ernest A. Gates. Springfield. 
A8si. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— Joseph T. Herrick, Springfield. 
Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Archibald C. Edson. Holyoke. 
Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— Albert E. Taylor, Chicopee. 
Chaplain— John C. Wei wood, Holyoke. 



Co. Place. Captain. 

A Worcester Edwin G. Barrett 

B Springfield Henry-McDonald 

C Worcester Phineas L. Rider 

D Holyoke Wm. J. Crosier 

E Orange Edwin R. Gray 

F Gardner Arthur L. Stone 

G Springfield John J. Leonard 

H Worcester Charles S. Holden 

I Northampton Daniel J. Moynahan 

K Springfield Wm. S. Warrincr 

L Greenfield Frederick E. Pierce 

M Adams Geo. J. Crozier 



1st Lieut. 
Moses H. Tisdell 
Wm. L. Young 
Frank L. Allen 
Robert W. Hunter 
Frank J. Hosmer 
Albert L. Potter 
Edward J. Leyden 
Henry T.Gray 
James R. Giltillan 
Fred A. Jeuks 
Thos. D. Murphy 
Ernest J. Laferriere 



2d Lieut. 
Frederick H. Liicke 
Thos. F. Burke 
Fred'k M. Clark. Jr. 
Francis D. Phillips 
Waldo A. Johnson 
Louis G. Brown 
(Vacancy.) 
Harry C. Young 
Chas. W. French 
David A. Turner 
Fayette B. Mason 
Wm. O'Brien 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 

Colonel— Charles K. Darling, Boston. 
Lieut. Colonel— George H. Priest. Fitchburg. 

Majors— Edward J. Gihon, Wakefield; Cyrus H. Cook, Concord; Alex. Greig, Jr., 
Lowell. 
Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut. — (Vacancy.) 

Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Stanwood G. Sweetzer, Stoneham. 
Surgeon, rank Major — Charles Dutton, Wakefield. 
Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— Geo. F. Dow. Reading. 
Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut. — Jas. A. Bailey, Jr., Arlington. 
Insp. Pijle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— John M. Porjtal, Woburn. 
Chaplain—^ Vacancy . ) 

1st Lieut. 2d Lieut. 

Frank E. Gray Elmer E. Morrison 

Jas. C. Smith Albert Fellows 

Thomas "Livingston Colby T. Kittredge 
Andrew J. Whelan Wm. L. Conrad 
Clarence W. Coolidge Herbert W. Damon 



Co 


Place. 


Captain. 


A 


Wakefield 


(Vacancy.) 


B 


Fitchburg 


David W. Colburn 


C 


Lowell 


(Vacancy.) 


D 


Fitchburg 


John F. McDowell 


E 


S. FranVgh'm 


Isaac N. Marshall 


F 


Marlboro 


P^rauklin G. Taylor 


G 


Lowell 


Edward B. Carr 


H 


Stoneham 


Warren E. Sweetser 


I 


Concord 


(Vacancy.) 


K 


Southbridge 


Ulysses A. Goodell 


L 


Boston 


Wm. J. Williams 


M 


Milford 


John F. Barrett 



Frank E. Moore 
Wm. Fairweather 
Geo. R. Barustead 
Jos. S. Hart 
Andrew M. Higgins 
Wm. H. Jackson 
Chas. H. Kimball 



Frank E. Cutler 
George S. Howard 
Henry A. Thayer 
Wm. N. Decker 
Newton E. Putney 
Geo. W. Braxton 
Arthur J. Draper 



FIRST BATTALION, LIGHT ARTILLERY 

Major — Lawrence N. Duchesney, Boston. 
Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut.— H. Bradford Lewis, Andover. 
Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut. — William H. Hennessey, Lynn. 
Surgeon, rank Major— John F. Harvey, Lynn. 
Veterinary Surgeon — Frederic H. Osgood, Boston. 
Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Henry B. Clapp, Boston. 
Chaplain— (Vacancy.; 

Co. Place. Captain. 1st Lieut. 2d Lieut. 

B Worcester Herbert W. Haynes Arthur H. Boswell William E. Say 

Wm. T.Gould 
C Lawrence Wm. L. Stedman Charles F. Sargent John S. Powell 

Geo. H. Goldsmith 



TROOP F, CAVALRY. 
Captain— Amos R. Leighton, Lowell. 

Asst, Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— William J. Quigley, North Chelmsford. 
first Lieut.— Amos R. Leighton, Westford. 
Second Lieut.— Edward II. Keves. 



174 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

SECOND BRIGADE, GENERAL AND STAFF. 

Brigadier General— Wm. A. Bancroft, Cambridge. 

Asst. Adj. Gen., rank Lieut. Col.— Geo. H. Benyon, Watertown. 

Medical Director, rank Lieut. Vol.— Win. H. Devine, Boston. 

Asst. Insp. Gen., rank Major— Wm. H. Golf, Attleboro. 

Asst. Insp. Gen. Rifle Practice, rank Major — Robert B. Edes, Newton. 

Brig. Quartermaster, rank C'apt. — Fred'k P. Barnes, Newton. 

Engineer, rank C'apt.— Hugh Bancroft, Cambridge. 

Judge Advocate, rank Gapt.— Francis R. Bangs, Boston. 

Provost Marshal, rank Capt. — Leslie Leland, Boston. 

Aides-de-Camp, rank C'apt. — Francis S. Parker, Boston; Aug. N. Rantoul, Salem. 

SIGNAL CORPS. 
First Lieut. Commanding— Henry W. Sprague, Boston. 

FIFTH REGIMENT. INFANTRY. 

Colonel— Jophanus H. Whitney, Medford. 
Lieut. Colonel— Erasmus M. Weaver, U. S. Army. 

Majors— Walter E. Morrison, Braintree; Linwood E. Hanson, Woburn. 
Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut, — Fred T. Austin. Boston. 
Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Chas. P. Buechner, Worcester. 
Surgeon, rank Major— Fred'k W. Pearl, Boston. 

Asst. Surgeons, rank 1st Lieut. — Chas. N. Barney, Boston; Wm. E. McPherson, 
Charlestown. 
Chaplain— Edwin L. House, Attleboro. 



Co. 


• Place. 


A 


Boston 


B 


Cambridge 


C 


Newton 


D 


Plymouth 


E 


Medford 


F 


Waltham 


G 


Woburn 


H 


Boston 


I 


Attleboro 


K 


Braintree 


L 


Maiden 


M 


Hudson 



Captain. 

Willis W. Stover 
Chas. W. Facey 
Ernest R. Springer 
Willard C. Butler 
Jas. C. D. Clark 
Loais R. Gindrat 
Thomas McCarthy 
Fred McDonald 
George H. Sykes 
Otto J. C. Neilson 
Frank F. Cutting 
Jas. P. Clare 



1st Lieut. 
Rowland W. Bray 
Chas. R. Gow 
Robert W. Daily 
Chas. B. Cabot 
Orville J. Whitney 
C. E. Hamilton 
Homer B. Grant 
Henry Y. Gilson 
Chas. A. Richardson 
Wm. H. Whitney 
James H. Mann • 
Chas. F. Spear 



2d Lieut. 
Maurice A. Colbert 
Patrick J. McNamara 
Sheldon L. Howard 
Gannett E. Barry 
Elbridge L. Sweetser 
Jos. H. Williams 
Chas. H. Robbins 
Chas. J. Kindler 
Edward P. Coleman 
A. G. Gustafson 
Clarence A. Perkins 
Benj. N. Wheeler 



EIGHTH REGIMENT, INFANTRY. 



Colonel — William A. Pew, Jr., Salem. 

Lieut. Colonel— F>. W. M. Bailey, Amesbury. 

Majors— William Stopford, Beverly; Frank A. Graves, Marblehead; (Vacancy.) 

Adjutant, rank 1st Litut.— Edward H. Eldridge, Nabant. 

Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut. — Charles F. Wonson, Gloucester. 

Surgeon, rank Major— William Cogswell, Salem. 

Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— Thomas L. Jenkins, Topsfleld. 

Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut.— James C. Barr. 

Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— Thomas D. Barrall, Boston. 

Chaplain— George D. Sanders, Gloucester. 



Co 


Place. 


Captain. 


A 


Newburyport 


Alex. G. Perkins 


B 


Amesbury 


Horace S. Bean 


C 


Marblehead 


Frank Tucker 


D 


Lynn 


Chas. T. Hilliker 


E 


Beverly 


Fred W. Stopford 


F 


Haverhill 


Wm. C. Dow 


G 


Gloucester 


Edward J. Horton 


H 


Salem 


Walter P. Nichols 


I 


Lynn 


John E. Williams 


K 


Danvers 


Preston Chase 


L 


Lawrence 


James Forbes 


M 


Somerville 


H. W. Whitten 



1st Lieut. 
Wm. F. Flanders 
John M. Pettengill 
Frank A. Marshall 
Thomas J. Cobey 
Chas. H. Farnham 
Thomas F. Crowley 
Chas. M. Mclsaac 
S. Frank Masury 
Frank H. Downey 
Henry W. French 
Joseph S. Chambers 
Geo. I. Canlield 



2d Lieut. 
Geo. W. Langdon 
Frank Stinson 
Frank B. Deming 
Wm. F. Young 
Frank A. DeSouson 
David E. Jewell 
Jas. C. Nutt 
Geo. N. Jewett. 
Wm. H. Perry 
Fran lc L. Esty 
Geo. H. Wilton 
Fred'k W. Pierce 



NINTH REGIMENT, INFANTRY. 

Colonel— Wm. H. Donovan, Lawrence. 

Lieut. Colonel— Lawrence J. Logan, Boston. 

Majors— Geo, F. H. Murray, Boston; John J. Sullivan, Boston; Joseph J. Kelley, 



South Boston. 
Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut. — (Vacancy.) 
Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut. — Jere. C 



Fennessey, Boston. 



MILITARY. 



175 



Surgeon, rank Major— Francis Magurn, Charlestown. 
Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— C. T. McGillicuddy, Revere. 
Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut—Henry Dobbins. Boston. 
N Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut. — John Breen. Lawrence. 
Chaplain— James Lee, Boston. 



Co 


Place. 


Captain. 


1st Lieut. 


2d Lieut. 


A 


Boston 


Daniel J. Keefe 


G. M. Rogers 


T. J. Sullivan 


B 


Boston 


G. F. H. Murray 


James F. Walsh 


Wm. T. White 


C 


Boston 


T. F. Quinlan 


Henry Crane 


J. J. Foley 


D 


Boston 


David M. Crotty 


Fred. J. Murphy 


Charles E. Brines 


E 


Boston 


J. J. Sullivan 


John T. Barry 


C J. Murphy 


F 


Lawrence 


J. H. Joubert 


P. A. Sands 


Michael S. Holes 


G 


Worcester 


J. Moynihan 


Matthew E. Hines 


John F. Hurley 


H 


Boston 


John j. Hayes 


B. J. Flanigan- 


Thomas F. Clark 


I 


So. Boston 


John H. Dunn 


William J. Casey 


James A. Cully 


K 


Clinton 


Peter J. Otnnon 


Martin G. Healey 


John J. Boyle 


L 


Natick 


M. E. Morris 


Daniel J. Murphy 


John F. Kenealy 


M 


Lowell 


A. D. Mitten 


Joseph S. Gillow 


Philip McNulty 






LIGHT ARTILLERY. 








Battery A, Boston. 





Captain— Samuel D. Parker, Boston. 

First Lieutenants— Harry S. Blake, Boston: Wm. Amory, 2d. 

Second Lieutenant— Chas. S. Dole, Newtonville. 

Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut. — William A. Brooks, Jr., Boston. 



FIRST BATTALION, CAVALRY. 

Major — Wm. A. Perrins, Boston. 

Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut.— Albert E. Carr, Boston. 

Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Walter C. Wardwell, Cambridge. 

Surgeon, rank Major— George W. Mills, Medford. 

Veterinary Surgeon— Austin Peters, Boston. 

Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut.— John W. Hall, Boston. 

Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— C. L. D. Parkhill, Cambridge. 

Chaplain— Adolph A. Berle, Boston. 

1st LieuJ. 2d Lieut. 

Frank K. Neal Geo. Proctor 

James L. Fairbanks Wm. H. Kelly 

FIRST CORPS OF CADETS. 

Lieutenant Colonel— Thomas F. Edmands, Boston. * 

Major— Andrew Robeson, Brookliue. 

Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut.— Edward E. Currier, Maiden. 

Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Wm. B. Clarke, Boston. 

Surgeon, rank Major— William L. Richardson, Boston. 

Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— Charles M. Green, Boston. 

Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut.— Fred. B. Carpenter, Wakefield. 

Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— William A. Hayes, 2d, Cambridge. 

Chaplain— (Vacancy.) 



Troop. 


Place. 


Captain. 


A 


Boston 


Doris A. Young 


D 


Boston 


John Perrins, Jr. 



Co. Place. 

A Boston 
B Boston 
C Boston 
D Boston 



Captain. 

Frank L. Joy 
W. Wetherbee 
Virgil C. Pond 
Charles N. Rollins 



1st Lieut. 
Thomas Talbot 
Rolin C. Frye 
Wm. L. Simmons 
Moses Williams, Jr. 



2d Lieut. 
John A. Blanchard 
Wm. B. Stearns 
(Vacancy.) 
Francis E. Cabot 



SECOND CORPS OF CADETS. 

Lieutenant Colonel— Walter F. Peck. Salem. 
Major— Andrew Fitz, Salem 
Adjutant, rank 1st Lieut. — ( Vacancy.) 
Quartermaster, rank 1st Lieut.— David M. Little. Salem. 
Surgeon, rank Major— James E. Simpson, Jr.. Salem. 
Asst. Surgeon, rank 1st Lieut.— J. Wm. Voss. Beverly. 
Paymaster, rank 1st Lieut. — Edward A. Maloon, Beverly. 
Insp. Rifle Practice, rank 1st Lieut.— Charles S. Tuckerman. 
Chaplain — Edwin J. Prescott, Salem. 

.Co. Place. Captuin. 1st Lieut. 

A Salem Philip Little Geo. E. Symonds 

B Salem 
C Salem 



Captuin. 
Philip Little 
Reuben W. Ropes 
John E. Spencer 



Geo. 

Arthur N. Webb 

Charles F. Ropes 



2d Lieut. 
Frank S. Perkins 
Edward T. Grahum 
F. Ernest Clark 



176 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



NAVAL BRIGADE. 

Captain— John W. Weeks, West Newton. 

Lieutenant Commanders— Arthur B. Denny, Brookline: William M. Paul, Boston 

Adjutant, rank Lieut. — James P. Parker, Brookline. 

Equipment Officer, rank Lieut, — Wm. A. Cary, Boston. 

Engineer, rank Lieut. — Prank B. Doost, Boston. 

Ordnance Officer, rank Lieut.— llohoxt T. Mot'fatt. Boston. 

Paymaster, rank Lieut., Junior Grade— Franklin D. Williams. Newton. 

Signal Officer, rank Lieut., Junior Grade— Wm. S. Parker. 

Aide, rank Lieut., Junior Grade— Charles B. Perkins, Boston. 

Surgeon, rank Lieut.— Gardner W. Allen, Boston. 

Asst. Surgeon, rank Lieut., Junior (rrade—S. Virgil Merritt, Fall River. 



Lieut. Commanding. 

A Chai-les A Foster 

B James II. Dillaway, Jr. 

C James O. Porter 

D Gardner I. Jones 

E Henry D. Sears 

F Geo. R. H. Bufflngton 

G George N. Gardiner . 

H Jenness K. Dexter 

I Wm. B. Edgar 

K Edward P. Dodd 

L. E. G. Moody 

M Wm. G. O'Brien 



Lieutenants, Junior Grade. 
Arno A. Bittues 
Charles II. Brigham 
Horace F. Fuller 
William E. McKay 
George S. Selfridge 
(Vacancy.) 
Daniel Chase 
William H. Beattie 
A. Ernest Thomas 
(Vacancy.) 
William O. Cohn 
(Vacancy.) 
Ewing W. Hamlin 
Albert H. Beckford 
Simon P. Meagher 



Ensigns. 
Frank L. Solomon 
Daniel H. Sughrue 

Charles H. Parker 
Louis C. Felton 
Herbert L. Smith 

Charles N. Borden 
Albert R. Pierce 
Walter S. Ban- 
Frederick T. Ley 
Geo. W. Palmer 
Roy D. Jones 
Geo. P. Peckham 
H. B. Winchester 



AMBULANCE CORPS. 

Captain— Myles Standish. Boston. 

First Lieutenant— Robert E. Bell, Lowell. 

Second Lieutenant — Frank S. Smith, Boston. 

LOCATION OF COMPANIES. 



City oe Town. Regimeut. 



Adams 2d 

Amesbury j 8th 

Attleboro i 5th 

Beverly I 8th 

o~ CT +~„ I 1 st Corps 

Boston ; Cadets 

Boston ; 

Boston j -j 

Boston I 1st 

Boston 5th 

Boston 6th 

Boston j 9th j 

Boston j 1 Bat. Cav. 

Boston 

Boston | Nav. Bat. 

Braintree | 5th 

Brockton ' 1st 

Cambridge — | 1st 

Cambridge — j 5th 

Chelsea ! 1st 

Clinton | 9th 

Concord j 6th 

Dan vers \ sth 

Fall River .... | 1st 

Fitchburg 6th 

Framingham. . (>th 

Gardner 2d 

Gloucester.. .. | 8th 

Greenfield .... 2d 

Haverhill 8th 

Hudson ; 5th 

Holyoke ! 2d 

Lawrence I 



A, B, C, D 

1st Sig. Corps 

2d Sig. Corps 

1st Ambulance 

A, CD. G,K,L 

A. H 

L 

A. B, C, D. E, 

H.I 

A, D 

A. Battery 
A. B, C, D 

K 

I 

B 

B 

H 

K 

I 

K 

M* 

B. D 
E 
F 
G 
L 
F 
M 
D 

C, Battery 



City or Town. 



Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Lowell ... ik ... 

Lowell 

Lynn 

Maiden 

Marblehead . . 
Marlboro. . ... 

Med ford 

Milford 

New Bedford. 
New bury port 
Northampton 

Newton 

Natick 

Orange 

Plymouth 

Salem 

Salem 

Somerville... 
Southbridge. . 
Springfield . . . 

Stoneham 

Taunton 

Wakefield.... 

VValtham 

Westford 

Woburn 

Worcester ... 
Worcester . .. 
Worcester ... 



Sth 
9th 



6th J 

9th 
8th 
5th 
Sth 
6th 
5th 
6th 
1st 
Sth 
2d 
5th 
9th 
2d 
5th 
2d Co rps | 
Cadets f 
Sth 
Sth 
6th 
2d 
Hth 
1st 
6th 
5th 

5th 
2d 

9th 



L 
F 

C, G,M, 

2d Ambulance 

M 
D. It 

L 

C 

F 

E 

M 
ES 

A 

I 

C 

L 

E 

D 

A. B. C 

H 

M 

K 
G. K* 

H 

F 

A 

F 
F,i Cavalry 

G 

A. C. H 

B, Battery 

G 



B, 



•Co. F, Naval Brigade. tCo. E. Naval Brigade. $Co. G. Naval Hri 

^Detachment! ut Cnilisio, Chelmsford and North Ch< 



do. 
nsford. 



[Co. II, Naval Brigade 



MASSACHUSETTS IN THE WAR WITH SPAIN. 



177 



MASSACHUSETTS IN THE WAR WITH SPAIN. 



The Year Book's record for 1898 
closed May 20 of that year, with a state- 
ment of the first death anions Massa- 
chusetts soldiers and an officer's roster 
of the regiments, except the fifth, on a 
war footing. 

In this volume is given in brief the 
story of each regiment, with such other 
data as seem pertinent to the record of 
the Commonwealth. For the lists of 
officers of different regiments, see Yeah 
Book for 1898. 

FIRST HEAVY ARTILLERY. 

Having assembled in South Armory, 
Boston, the regiment marched thence, 
April 26, to Rowe'S wharf, where it took 
boat for Fort Warren. 

May 9, mustered into the United States 
service, 741 officers and men. 

June 1. under command of Lt. Col. C 
B. Woodward, Batteries G and L pro- 
ceeded to Fort Rodman, New Bedford. 

June 6, regiment distributed as fol- 
lows : Battery A, at Nahunt: B. New- 
bury port ; C and D, Fort Pickering, 
Salem; H. Fort Sewell, Marblehead: K, 
Stage Fort, Gloucester ; regimental 
headquarters, Salem. 

Sept. 19, regiment rendezvoused, Fra- 
mingham. 

Oct. 5, proceeded to South Armory, 
Boston, and was furloughed for 30 days. 

Nov. 4, reassembled at nearest city 
armories. 

Nov. 14, mustered out. 

The only death during the term of 
service was in Co. F, Henry A. Williams, 
Oct. 24; hospital, Boston. 

SECOND REGIMENT. 

This organization reported at Fra- 
mingham May 3rd. Physical examina- 
tion of officers and men began the next 
day and concluded the 10th, on which 
day the regiment was mustered into the 
United States service. 

May 12, the regiment, 943 strong, took 
train for the south, via Fall River Line, 
steamer "Plvmouth," reaching Lake- 
land. Florida, on the 17th. 

May 30, proceeded to Tampa, Florida. 

June 7, broke camp and marched to 
Port Tampa. 

June 14, sailed for Santiago de Cuba, 
arriving in the ottlng on the 20th. Land- 
ing was begun on the 22d at Daiquiri, 
18 miles east of the bay of Santiago. E 
Co. landed first. The 3rd Battalion 
landed the next day. 

June 23, the regiment was at Sib- 
oney, on the route to Santiago. On the 
30th, advance was made upon El Cauey. 

July 1, battle of El Caney. The loss 
was: killed. 1 officer, 3 men; mortally 
wounded, 1 man; wounded, 3 officers, 3*3 
tnen. Late at night, same date, march 
was resumed towards San Juan hills, 
and at 10 a. m. of the 2d, the regiment 
went into position at the extreme right 
of the American line. In the afternoon, 
two men were wounded by sharpshoot- 
12 



ers. Later in the evening two more men 
were wounded, one mortally. 

July 4, participated in movement to 
invest the city of Santiago. From that 
date to the 14th, was in the trenches. 

July 17, city of Santiago surrendered. 

Aug. 12, marched to Santiago and em- 
barked on the United States steamer 
" Mobile " for the United States. 

Aug. 19, reached Montauk Point, Long 
Island, N. Y., and landed the next day, 
marched to detention camp. 

Aug. 20, went to permanent camp: the 
next day received a furlough of CO days. 

Nov. 3, mustered out of the United 
States service in Springfield. 

The total loss of the regiment was : 
killed or mortally wounded, 9; died of 
disease, 88. 

The following list gives all names and 
dates, arranged alphabetically. Unless 
otherwise specified, the names are those 
of privates. The date given is that of 
death, the killed and died from wounds, 
are in italics : 

Field and Staff. 

Bowen, Henry C, Major and Surgeon, 
2d Div. hospital, Santiago, Aug. 13. 1898 

Line and Enlisted Men. 

Co. A. 

Boardman, Jos. H.. Sept. 3, Worcester. 
Forest, Geo. L., Sept. 30, St. Peter's 
Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Co. B. 

Vesper, Harry J., 2d Lieut., Aug. 17, 
U. S. steamer •'Mobile." 

Bearse, Rich. H., Qr. M. Sergt., Aug. 
1, Santiago. 

Kingston, Paul J., wagoner, Aug. 18, 
U. S. steamer "Mobile." 

Malone, John J., July 2, Santiago, 
wounded at FA Caney, July 1. 

Vesper, Paul E., Aug. 10, Santiago. 

Co. C. 

Wentworth, Harold B., Sergt., Aug. 14, 
buried at sea. 

Douse, Robert H., Corp., Aug. 26, 
Montauk Point. 

King, Jos. C, Sept. 5, Div. hospital. 
Santiago. 

Mayo, Silas I., Aug. 7, Div. hospital, 
Santiago. 

Roberts, Wm. D., Sept. 3, Worcester. 

Stewart, Arthur I., Aug. 10, hospital, 
Santiago. 

Taft, Fred B., July 14, Div. hospital, 
Santiago. 

Wheeler, James B., Aug. 2, in quarters, 
Santiago. 

Co. D. 

Collier, Geo. A., Sergt., Sept. 22. Hol- 
yoke. 

Mattell, Frank G., Sergt., Sept. 15, 
Holvoke. 

Tram. Edgar R.. Qr. M. Sergt., Aug. 
27, Montauk Point. 



178 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Bonneville, Jos., Aug. 9, Santiago. 
Dugas, Anatole, July 2, wounded at El 
Caney July 1. 

Co. E. 

Ryder, Fred A., Sergt., Aug. 20, U.S. 
steamer "Mobile. 11 

Knight, Harland, Corp., Sept. 21, 
Athol. 

Leonard. David J., artificer, Aug. 30, 
Montauk Point. 

Blake, Henry J., Sept. 27, Orange. 

Brooks, Geo. A., July 1, killed at El 
Caney. 

Clark, Robert F., Aug. 11, Santiago. 

Crowe, Hugh J., Sept. 12, Randolph, 
Vt. 

Davis, Hugh J.. Aug. 11, Santiago. 

Field, James A., Oct. 5, Boston. 

Halberg, Gust., Aug. 7, Santiago. 

Lawson, Guy P., Sept. 28, Athol. 

Pike, Wm. L., Aug. 7, Santiago. 

Rivett, Wm. H, Aug. 31, Athol. 



Co. F. 
Walter J., Aug. 



29, Montauk 



Hickey, 
Point. 

Higgins, Geo. H, Aug. 16, U. S. steam- 
er "Mobile." 

Co. G. 

Burke, Franc s A., Oct. 9, Springfield. 

Kelly, Robert G., July 2, wounded near 
Santiago. 

Little, Andrew, Aug. 22, Santiago. 

Noone, Patrick J., Sept. 13, Spring- 
field. 

Packard, Arthur H., July 1, killed at 
El Caney. 

Richmond, Geo. H., July 1, killed at 
El Caney. 

Stetson, Fred S., Aug. 15, Santiago. 

Co. II. 

Ames, Marvin F., Corp., Aug. 13, San- 
tiago. 

Haye, Chas. M., Corp., Sept. 3, Mon- 
tauk Point. 

Randall, Harvey, musician, Aug. 5, 
Santiago. 

Buck, Chas. E., July 30. Santiago. 

Clarke. Earle E., Aug. 17, U. S. steam- 
er "Mobile.' 1 

Farmer, Allie F., Oct. 1. Worcester. 

Green, Wm. C, Aug. '.». Santiago. 

Hakanson, Fabian H., Aug. 0, San- 
tiago. 

Hodgins, Geo. W., Sept. 12, U. S. 
steamer "Missouri.' 1 

Kimball, Alston D., Aug. 28, Montauk 
Point. 

Moore, John J.. Aug. 31, Worcester. 

Moran, John M , Aug. 27, Montauk 
Point. 

Undergraves, Silas, Aug. 1, Santiago. 



Co. 
Alfred 



N., 



Corp., Aug. 4, 



Belleville, 
Santiago. 

Atkins, Harvey R., July 26, Santiago. 
Barbour. Frank E., Aug. 15, Santiago. 
Brass, Wesley E., May 21, Lakeland, 
Florida. 
Cole, Eugene F., Aug. 10, Santiago. 



Collins, Henry C, Jr., Aug. 18, U. S. 
steamer "Mobile. 1 ' 

Cranston. Chas. H., Aug. 18, U. S. 
steamer "Mobile." 

Crowley, John R., Sept. 22, Mass. Gen- 
eral Hospital, Boston. 

Farnum, Fred S., Aug. 21, Montauk 
Point. 

Lacross, Oliver L., July 12. Siboney. 

Young, Almon D., Sept. 28, City Hos- 
pital, Boston. 

Co. K. 

Piper, Wm. G., Corp., Aug. 5, 2d Div. 
hospital, Santiago. 

Jones, Frank P., musician, Aug. 27, 
Montauk Point. 

Burnham, Arthur M., Aug. 18, 2d Div. 
hospital, Santiago. 

Moody, Frank E., July 1, killed at El 
Caney. 

Co. L. 

Field. Chas. H, 1st Lieut., July 1, killed 
at El Caney. 

Chapin, Chas. E., Sergt., Aug. 30, 
Montauk Point. 

Hale, Archie C, Sergt., Aug. 15, San- 
tiago. 

Brooks, Geo. M., Aug. 1, Santiago. 

Campbell, Peter J., Aug. 28, Montauk 
Point. 

Greeing, Peter A., Sept. 11, Conway. 

Lague, Edward C, Aug. 26, Montauk 
Point. 

Lanois. Jos. M., July 3, wounded at El 
Caney July 1. 

Murphy. Timothy J., Sept. 6, Turner's 
Falls. 

Norton, Frank P., Aug. 22, Montauk 
Point. 

Patnode, Geo. H, Sept. 1, hospital, 
Boston. 

Sullivan, Jeremiah J., Aug. 11, San- 
tiago. 

Thyne. John, Jr.. Aug. 6, Santiago. 

Ziegler, Otto, Aug. 29, hospital, Spring- 
field. 

Co. M. 

Sturm, John B., Corp., Sept. 4, No- 
Adams. 

Whipple, Geo. E., Corp., Aug. 12, San- 
tiago. 

Duggan. Wm. H, musician, Aug 24, 
Montauk Point. 

Alderman, Geo. W., artificer, Aug. 20, 
Montauk Point. 

Thiel, Alfred A., wagoner, Aug. 4, 
Adams. 

Bruce, Richard W., Aug. 10, San- 
tiago. 

Crock well, Wm. H., Aug. 11, Santiago. 

Ferguson, David C, July 19, Santiago. 

Gravel, Jos., Jr., July 21, Santiago. 

Manning. Franklin W., Aug. 17, U. S. 
steamer "Mobile." 

Riley, Benj., Aug. 15, Santiago. 

Smith, James M., Aug. 3, Santiago. 

There should be appended to the fore- 
going list the name of T. C. Boone. 1st 
Sergt. of Co. K, who was detached at 
Santiago to manage a reconnaissance 
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his air-ship was hit by the enemy, and 
in falling, Boone was terribly hurt. He 
survived till March 18, 1899, when he died 
in Mass. General Hospital from an oper- 
ation necessitated by his injury. 

SIXTH REGIMENT. 

May 6, reported at Framingham, Camp 
Dewey. 

May 12 and 13, mustered into the 
United States service. 

May 18, visited by Gov. Wolcott. 

May 20, took train for the south, via 
Worcester, Springfield, Pittsiield, Al- 
bany and New York. 

May 21, received an ovation by citizens 
of Baltimore on way through. 

May 22, reached * Camp Alger, three 
miles from Fall Church, Va. 

May 28, visited by President McKinley, 
Secretary of War Alger, and Major- 
General Miles. 

June 17, played a match game of base 
ball with the men of the Ninth, beating 
them. Time spent in and about the 
camp till July 5, when the regiment took 
cars for Charleston, S. C , arriving on 
the 6th. 

July 8, embarked on U. S. steamer 
''Yale," with General Nelson A. Miles 
onboard. 

July 11, arrived off Siboney and was 
visited by Admiral Sampson. 

July 23, steamed for Porto Rico. 

July 25, landed at Guanica. 

July 26-30, engaged in operations about 
Guanica. 

July 31, marched to Tallaboa and 
camped. 

Aug. 1, marched to Ponce. 

Aug. 5, Col. Woodward, Lieut. Col. 
Chaffin, Major Taylor, Capt. Goodell and 
Chaplain Desseault resigned. 

Aug. 9, Col. Edmund Rice assumed 
command of the regiment. Adjt. Butler 
Ames, promoted to be lieutenant col- 
onel. 

The regiment participated in Porto 
Rican operations till Oct. 21, when upon 
the U. S. steamer " Mississippi, " it 
sailed for Boston. 

Oct. 27, reached Boston and was visited 
on Shipboard by Gov. Wolcott and Adjt. 
Gen. Dalton. Landed in So. Boston at 
1.30 p. m. Reviewed later in front of the 
State House by Gov. Wolcott. 

Jan. 2, mustered out of the United 
States service. 

The mortality record of 26 deaths is 
appended. 

Co. A. 

Parkes, Chas. F., Corp., July 23, U. S. 
steamer "Yale." 

Myres, Warren, Nov. 24, hospital, Mel- 
rose. 



Co. 

Cutting, Geo. T., 
Fitchburg. 



B. 

Dec. 



12, hospital 



Co. C. 



Wenden, Geo. C, Qr. M. Sergt., Aug. 
18, hospital ship, "Relief." 



Bellamy, Herbert C, Corp., Sept. 7, 
Utando, Porto Rico. 

Co. D. 

Chute. Wm. A., wagoner, Aug. 24, 
Ponce. P. R. 

Delany, John J., Dec. 8, hospital, 
Fitchburg. 

Co. E. 

Walters, Wm. C, Sergt., Oct. 26, hos- 
pital boat, "Bay State." 

Warren, Clarence H., Corp., Aug. 26, 
St. Peter's Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McGrath, Edward C, Nov. 7, hospital, 
Framingham. 

Co. F. 

Cole, John O., Dec. 9, Marlboro. 

Marshall, Ernest D., July 27. hospital 
ship "Lampasas," Guanica, P. R. 

Page, Willis H., artificer, Aug. 4, 
hospital ship "Lampasas." 

Sasseville, Louis, Dec. 30, Marlboro. 

Co. G.—No deaths. 

Co. II. 

Warren, Leon E., June 26, hospital, 
Fort Meyer, Va. 

Co. I. 

Adams, Geo. E.. Sept. 9, Utando, P. R. 
Hart, Chas. A., Sept. 26, Utando, P. R 
Hosmer. Ralph P., Sept. 11, Utando, 
P. R. 

Co. K. 

Sayles, Geo. H., Oct. 28, hospital. Fort 
Monroe. Va. 

Welch. Martin, July 2, hospital, Fort 
Meyers, Va. 

Co. L. 

Riley, JohnE., Sept. 20, Utando, T. R. 

Co. M. 

Trask, Asa B., Sergt., Aug. 23, Adjun- 
tas, P. R. 

French, PaulT., Oct. 24, hospital boat, 
"Bav State." 

Johnson, Chas. T., Jan. 20, 1899, Mil- 
ford. 

Kelley, Patrick, Nov. 29, Milford. 

Wilkinson, Arthur L., Sept. 1, Utando. 
P. R. 

NINTH REGIMENT. 

May 4, reported at Framingham, Camp 
Dewey. 

May 11, had become a part of the U. S. 
military establishment. 

May 31, proceeded via Worcester to 
Fall's Church. Va. (Camp Ateer.) 

June 24, took train for Newport News, 
Va. 

June 26, sailed for Cuba on the U. S. 
steamer "Harvard." 

July 1, lauded at Siboney, Cuba, and 
marched at once towards the forces then 
engaged. 

July 2, reported to General Bates on 
the left of the line. In the trenches till 



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July 18, the day after surrender of San- 
tiago, ordered back. 

Aug. 23, took transport for Montauk 
Point. 

Sept. 1, reached destination. 

Sept. 8, furloughed home. 

Nov. 16, mustered out. 

Death record, 125 officers and men. 
Field and Staff. 

Bogan, Fred B., C° 4 -, Aug. 9, Charles- 
' town. 

Grady, Patrick J., Major, July 29, San- 
tiago. 

O'Connor, Michael J., Major, Aug. 6, 
Santiago. 

Breiner, Halfdan R., Aug. 10, hospital 
steward, Santiago. 

Line and Enlisted Men. 

Co. A. 

Brown, Wm. H., Sept. 19, Montauk Pf 

Connor, John. Sept. 26, hospital, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Daly, John F., Aug. 31, U. S. steamer 
"Allegheny." 

Donigan, Edward J., Sept.- 10, Mon- 
tauk Point. 

Hurney, John J., Oct. 31, Boston. 

McLiOughlin, Eugene B., Aug. 16, San- 
tiago. 

Murphy, John J., Aug. 22, Santiago. 

Co. B. 

Fanning, Louis C, Qr. M. Sergt., Sept. 
25, hospital, Boston. 

McLeod, Thos. C, Corp., Aug. 12, Ft. 
Columbus, N. Y. 

Conroy, James A., Aug. 29, U. S. 
steamer "Allegheny.'' 1 

Donovan, Jos. A., Aug. 30, U. S. 
steamer '-Allegheny." 

.Gaughran. Michael F., Aug. 27, U. S. 
steamer "Allegheny." 

Kingston, Wm., Nov. 25, hospital, 
Boston. 

Lyons, Wm. A., Sept. 30, Montauk Pt. 

Mason, Wm. F.. Sept. 11, Montauk Pt. 

McLaughlin, Geo. P., Aug. 6, Santiago. 

Peard, Jobn J., Sept. 9, hospital, Bos- 
ton. 

Saunders, Wm. J., Nov. 25, hospital, 
Boston. 

Co. C. 

Rodway. Wm. G., Corp., Oct. 18, hos- 
pital, New York. 

Wiley, Samuel P., Corp., Sept. 11, 
Montauk Point. 

Grady. Leo J., artificer, Oct. 23, hos- 
pital ship "Bay State." 

Dunbar, Austin, Aug. 30, U. S. steamer 
•'Allegheny." 

Dunn, James T., Aug. 31, U. S. steamer 
"Allegheny." 

Leonard, Michael F., Sept. 20, hospital, 
Boston. 

McAleer, Chas. H., Sept. 9. hospital, 
Boston. 

O'Toole, John J., Sept. 17, hospital, 
Boston. 

Spillane, John, Sept. 27, hospital, Bos- 
ton. 



Co. D. 

Marrison, Willis S., musician. Sept. 26, 
Santiago. 

Boyle, James B., Sept. 14, Montauk 
Point. 

Callahan, John J., Sept. 1, Fort 
Meyer, Va. 

Collins, Leonard S., Oct. 13, hospital, 
Boston. 

Hassett, Wm. F., July 30, Fort Meyer, 
Va. 

Heuze, Walter, Sept. 13. Cbarlestown. 

Kelley, James H., Sept. 10, hospital, 
New York. 

Powers. Chas. E.. Jr., Sept. 13, hos- 
pital, Boston. 

Sullivan, Jos. E., Sept. 1, Fort Meyer, 
Va. 

Co. E. 

Mueser, Jos. F., artificer, Oct. 18. 
Montauk Point. 

Connors, Dan. F., wagoner, Sept. 1, 
Montauk Point. 

Boyd, John A., Aug. 29, Fort Meyer, 
Va. 

Driscoll, Henry S., Sept. 8," Montauk 
Point. 

Foley, Patrick J., Sept. 12, hospital, 
Boston. 

Hagan, John A., Sept. 14, hospital, 
Boston. 

Lynch, Michael. J., Oct. 5, hospital, 
Boston. 

Moriarty, James S.. Aug. 17, Santiago. 

Moriarty, Patrick F., Sept. 6, Montauk 
Point. 

Murphv, John J., Sept. 4, Fort Meyer, 
Va. 

Scribener. Wm. A.. Aug. 25, hospital 
ship "Bay State." 

Co. F. 

Ryan, Stephen J., artificer, Aug. 28, 
U. S. steamer "Allegheny." 

Hollihan, Patrick S., Sept. 19. Law- 
rence. 

Manahan, Walter S., Sept. 6. Montauk 
Point. 

Toomey, James S., Oct. 13, Lawrence. 

Co. G. 

Horan, John F., Corp., Sept. 9, Mon- 
tauk Point. 

McSweeney, John D., Corp., Aug. 21, 
Ft. Meyer, Va. 

Brosnihan, Geo: *S., Aug. 20, Egmont 
Key, Fla. 

Coffee, Jos. M., Sept. 25, Camp Meade, 
Penn. 

Creaven, John J., Sept. 26. Montauk 
Point. 

Haley, Michael J., Aug. 31, U. S. 
steamer "Allegheny." 

Keagan, John F., Sept. 29, Montauk 
Point. 

McMann. Chas. F., Aug. 30, U. S. 
steamer ''Allegheny." 

McTicrnau, James F., Sept. 11, Mon- 
tauk Point. 

Sullivan. Edward F., Aug. 27, U. S. 
steamer "Allegheny." 

Sullivan, Henry, July 23, Santiago. 



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181 



Costello, Thos. A., Corp., Aug. 28, San- 
tiago. 

Burke, Michael W., Aug. 30, hospital, 
Boston. 

Carey, Francis W., Aug. 5, Santiago. 

Donahue, Jos. S., Oct. 19, Montauk 
Point. 

Donahue. Patrick J., Aug. 31, U.S. 
steamer "Allegheny." 

Farrell, James F., July 26, Siboney. 

Flint, Robert F., Aug. 28, U. S. 
steamer "Allegheny." 

Fulham, Thos. A., Sept. 14, Boston. 

Keene, Elden P., Sept. 11, Montauk 
Point. 

Knouth, Gustav, Nov. 7, Brooklyn, N. 
Y. 

Montgomery, Win. J., Sept, 12, hos- 
pital, Boston. 

Murphy, Thos. J.. Aug. 27, U. S. 
steamer •'Allegheny." 

O'Brien, John, Sept. 27, hospital, 
Framingham. 

Rourke, Thos. L., Sept. 8, Montauk 
Point. 

Tehan, Timothy J., Sept. 25, hospital, 
Boston. 



Co. I. 

Murphy, Stephen D., Qr. M. Sergt., 
Oct. 12, Framingham. 

Bowler, Peter, J., musician, Sept. 3, 
hospital, Boston. 

Doherty, Chas. J., May 31, accidentally 
killed, So. Framingham. 

Fenton, Thos. F., Sept. 3, hospital, 
Boston. 

Lane, Jos. D., Aug. 10, Santiago. 

Mellen, Regnar, Aug. 7. Santiago. 

Nelligan, Michael H., Sept. 2, Boston. 

Shea, John J., Oct. 14, hospital, Boston. 



Co. K. 

Newell. Jos., Sergt., Sept. 13, Montauk 
Point. 

Welch, James V., Sergt., Sept. 10, 
hospital, N. Y. 

Jennings, Henry J., Corp., Aug. 12, 
Santiago. 

Garvey, Patrick, wagoner, Sept. 18, 
Clinton. 

Broderick, Henry M., Sept. 2, U. S. 
steamer "Roumania." 

Gibbons, Thos. F., Sept. 14. Montauk 
Point. 

Gorman, Wm., Sept. 20, Framingham. 

McCann, John J., July 27, U. S. 
steamer "Concho." 

McMinn, Henry J., Sept. 28, hospital, 
Boston. 

McNaraara, John M., Aug. 13, Santiago. 

O'Malley. Michael F., 2d, Aug. 20, 
Santiago. 

O'Malley, Timothy, Sept. 2, U. S. 
steamer "Roumania." 

O'Toole, Austin L., Sept. 29, Clinton. 

O'Toole, James P., Sept. 14. Clinton. 

O'Toole, Michael F., Sept. 14, Clinton. 

Trimble, Fred, Sept. 9, hospital, N. Y. 

Welch, Thos. Sept. 10, Montauk Point. 



Connealy, Philip, 2d Lt., Sept. 19, New 
London. Ct. 

Canty, John D., Corp., Sept. 27, Fram- 
ingham.. 

Jones, Chas. W., Corp.. Oct. 4. Natick. 

Kyle, John W., Corp., Aug. 8. Santiago. 

Cousins, Chas. F. H., Oct. 4, Natick. 

Davis, Edward J., Sept. 30. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Desmond, Michael J., Aug. r>, Santiago. 

Eagan, Thos. J., Sept. 27, Framing- 
ham. 

Gleason, Geo. W., Sept. 12, Montauk 
Pt. 

Marston, Albert S., Sept. 19, Lancas- 
ter. Pa. 

Welch, Thos. H., Aug. 13, Santiago. 

Co. M. 

Walker. Ralph P., 1st Sergt., Aug. 23, 
Santiago. 

Braden, Chas. H.. Aug. 29, U. S. 
steamer "Panther." 

Connor, John E., Aug. 28, U. S. steam- 
er, "Roumania." 

Cummings, Chester, Sept. 27. hospital, 
New York. 

Marshall, John H., Sept. 26, hospital, 
Boston. 

Pitcher, Geo. A., Aug. 24. hospital 
ship "Bay State." 

Small, Walter, Aug. 27, U. S. steamer 
"Allegheny." 

Tilton, Walter J., Aug. 20, U. S. steam- 
er "Allegheny." 

Wallajce, Jos. L., Aug. 19, Santiago. 

FIFTH REGIMENT. 

June 30, reported at Framingham, 
Camp Dalton. 

July 1 and 2, mustered into the United 
States service. 

Aug. 11, acted as escort at funeral of 
Col. Bogan of the Ninth. 

Sept. 11, went by rail to Camp Meade, 
Middletown, Penn. Camp routine. 

Nov. 16, embarked for Greenville, S. 
C, Camp Wetherill. Winter quarters. 

Nov. 17, established canm. 

Nov. 18, in 2d Brigade. 2d Div., 2d 
Army Corps. 

March 1st, 1899, order issued for mus- 
ter out. 

March 29, mustered out of the United 
States service. 

March 31, broke camp and started 
home. 

April 3, arrived in Boston. 

Mortality Record.— Nine Men. 

Hunting, Leslie, Hospital Steward, 
March 6, 1899, Greenville, S. C. 

Co A. 

Chisholm, John A., Feb. 28, '99, Green- 
ville, S. C. 

Co. C. 

Burnett, Thos., artificer, Feb. 26, "99, 
Greenville, S. C. 



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Deming, John, Feb. 24, '99, Greenville, 
S. C. 

Murphy, Michael, March 18, '99, Green- 
ville, S. C. 

Pendergast, Jas. R., Feb. 25/99, Green- 
ville, S. C. 

Co. E. 

Kiley, Nath 1 ! A., wagoner, Dec. 7, 
Greenville, S. C. 

Co. C. 

Billingsby, Edward, Nov. 10, Philadel- 
phia. 

Co. II. 

Roberts, Chas. E., Feb. 27, Greenville, 
S. C 



EIGHTH REGIMENT. 

May 5, reported at Franiingham. 

May 10 and 11, mustered into United 
States service. 

May 16, left for Chickamauga Park, 
6a,, 943 strong. 

May 19, reached Camp George H. 
Thomas. 

During June and July, recruited to 106 
men per company. 

Aug. 23, proceeded to Camp Hamilton, 
Lexington, Ky. 

Nov. 10, left for Camp Gilman, Amer- 
icus, Ga. 

Jan. 6, "99, left Camp Gilman for 
Savannah, Ga. Took transports Obdam 
and Michigan for Matanzas, Cuba. 

Jan. 13, reached Matanzas at 8. 15 A. M. 

Jan. 15, landed and camped near Fort 
Severino. 

April 4, sailed for Boston, U. S. 
steamer "Meade." 

April 9, arrived in Boston. 

April 28, mustered out of United States 
service. 

Mortality Record. 

Thirty-one Officers and Men. 

Co. A. 

Balch, John P., Sergt., Sept. 7, Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Co. B. 

Higgins. Henry, Corp , Sept. 24, Lex- 
ington, Ky. 

Patten, Geo. M., Corp., Sept. 6, Ames- 
bury, Mass. 

Constine, Kenneth G., Sept. 3, Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Coombs, RolvinG., Sept. 18, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. 

Lanipry, Timothy O., June 13, Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Sweeney, Thomas, Oct. 20, Lexington, 
Ky. 



Co. C. 

Bartol, Clarence L., May 29, Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Benson. Chas. W., Mar. 10, '99, hospital 
ship "Missouri." 

Florence, Wm. H., Oct. 8, Lexington, 
Ky. 

Co. I). 

Burnham. Herbert O., May 28, '99' 
Chickamauga, Ga. 

Cook, Geo. O., Sept. 12, Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Dottridge, John F., Sept. 6, Lexing- 
ton, Ky. — 

Co. F. 

Thomas, Fred., Sergt., Sept. 6, Lytle, 
Ga. 

Channell, Louis N.,Mar. 3, '99, hospital 
ship "Missouri." 

Co. G. 

Doren, John M., Corp., Aug. 4, '£9, 
Chickamauga, Ga. 

Cahoon, Wm. B., Sept. 30, Lexington, 
Ky. 

Curlev, Wm. D., Oct. 10, Lexington. 
Ky. 

Walen, Geo. F., Sept. 19, Lexington. 
Ky. 

Co. II. 

Nichols, John H., Corp., Sept. 17, Lex- 
ington Ky. 

Dasey, Henry A., Sept. 13, Pittsfield, 
N. H. 

Co. I. 

Downey, Francis H., 1st Lieut., Oct 4, 
Lexington. Ky. 

Hinckley* Frank A., Aug. 2, Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Hayes. Michael J., Sept. 15. Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Pocket, Joseph, Aug. 26, Chickamauga. 
Ga. 

Thompson, Walter D., Aug. 7., Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Co. K. 

Hobbs, Spencer S., musician, Aug. 19. 
Chickamauga, Ga. 

Co. L. 

Dunn, Harvey A., July 18. Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 

Hanson, John F., Sept. 22. Lexington, 
Ky. 

Co. M. 

Draper, Frank E., Sergt., Sept. 2, 
Chickamauga, Ga. 

Stewart, Clarence R., June 1, Chicka- 
mauga, Ga. 



U. S. LIFE SAVING SERVICE. 183 

U. S. LIFE SAVING SERVICE. 



The ocean and lake coasts of the United States are picketed with the sta- 
tions of the Life Saving Service, attached to the United States Treasury De- 
partment. There is a corps of inspectors, superintendents, station keepers 
and crews extending over the entire const line, together with a Board of 
Life Saving Appliances, composed of experts selected from the Revenue 
Cutter Service, the Army, the Life Saving Service and civilians. 

At the close of the last fiscal year the life saving establishment embraced 
264 stations, 102 being on the Atlantic coast, 5G on the lakes, 15 on the Pacific 
coast and 1 at the falls of the Ohio, Louisville, Ky. I 

The General Superintendent of the Service is Sumner I. Kimball, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

SECOND DISTRICT— Coast of Massachusetts. 

The officers of the service and the stations in Massachusetts are as follows: 
Superintendent— Benjamin G. Sparrow, East Orleans, Mass. 
Inspector— Lieut. Worth G. Ross. U. S. Revenue Cutter Service, Post Office 
Building, room 148, or box 1908, Boston. 

Name of stations, locations, keepers and their post otfice addresses are as 
follows: 
Salisbury Beach, two-thirds of a mile south of state line; Weston L. Taylor, 

Salisbury. 
Plum Island, north end island, mouth Merrlmac river; Thomas J. Maddock, 

New bury port. 
Knobb's Beach, on Plum Island, 2 1-4 miles from south end; P. E. Stevens. 

Newburyport. 
Davis Neck, near Anuisquam light; Charles A. Bearse, Bay View. 
City Point, floating station, in Dorchester Bay, Boston; E. C. Glawson, Station 

V, Boston. 
Point Allerton, 1 mile west of Point Allerton; Joshua James, Hull. 
North Scituate, 2 1-2 miles south of Minors Ledge light; George H. Brown, 

North Scituate. 
Fourth Cliff, south end of Fourth Cliff, Scituate; Frederick Stanley, Scituate. 
Brant Rock, on Green Harbor Point; Benjamin B. Manter, Brant Rock. 
Gurnet, 4 1-2 miles northeast of Plymouth; A. B. Rogers, Plymouth. 
Manomet Point, G 1-2 miles southeast of Plymouth; Miranda R. Sampson, 

Manomet. 
Wood End, 1-8 mile east of light; Isaac G. Fisher, Provincetown. 
Race Point, 15-8 miles northeast of Race Poinjt light; Samuel O. Fisher, 

Provincetown. 
Peaked Hill Bars, 2 1-2 miles northeast of Provincetown; William W. Cook, 

Provincetown. t 

High Head, 3 1-2 miles northwest of Cape Cod light; Charles P. Kelly, Prov- 
incetown. j 
Highland, 7-8 mile northwest of Cape Cod light; Edwin P. Worthen, North 

Truro. 
Pamet River, 3 1-2 miles soufh of Cape Cod light; John H. Rich, Truro. 
Cahoon's Hollow, 2 1-2 miles east of Wellfleet; Daniel Cole, Wellrieet. 
Nauset, 1 1-4 miles south of Nauset lights; Alonzo N. Bearse, North Eastham. \ 

Orleans, abreast of Ponchet Island; James H. Charles, East Orleans. 
Chatham, 1 1-4 miles southwest of Chatham lights; Herbert E. Eldridge, 

Chatham. 
Monomoy, 2 1-4 miles north of Monomoy light; Wm. 1. Tuttle, Harwichport. 
Old Harbor, 1-2 mile north of Chatham Inlet: Hezekiah F. Doane. North 

Chatham. 
Ceskata, 2 1-4 miles south of Nantucket (Great Point) light; Henry C. Coffin, 

Nantucket. 
Surfslde, 2 1-2 miles south of the town of Nantucket; Eugene W. Clisby, Nan- 
tucket. I 
Great Neck, 6 miles west of Surfslde; Thomas F. Sandsbury, Nantucket. 
Muskegct, near west end of Muskeget Island; Richard C. Gibbs, Nantucket. 
Gay Head, near light; Nehemiah C. Hayman, Gay Head. 
Cuttyhunk, near oust end of Cuttyhunk Island: Darius Weekes, Cuttyhunk. 

Following are the statistics of the service in this district for the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1898: 

Number of disasters 163 

Value of vessels $1,80T>,745 

Value of cargoes 290,145 

Total value of property - 2,180,81)0 

Number of nprsons on board vessels 974 



184 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Number of persons lost 1 

Number of shipwrecked persons succored at stations 88 

Number of days' succor afforded 156 

Value of property saved $2,148,225 

Value of property lost 41,6(35 

Number of disasters involving total loss of vessels 8 



STATE GOVERNMENTS 



Alabama . . . 

Alaska 

Arizona — 
Arkansas . . 
California. . 

Colorado 

Connecticut 
Delaware . . 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Ter. . 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky . . 
Louisiana . 

Maine 

Maryland . . 
Mass'chus'ts 

Michigan 

Minnesota . . 
Mississippi. . 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Harap. . 
New Jersey . 
New Mexico. 
New York. . . 
N. Carolina . 
N. Dakota. . . 

Ohio 

Oklahoma. . . 

Oregon 

Penns'vania 
R.Island.... 
So. Carolina 
So. Dakota.. 
Tennessee . . 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont. . .. 

Virginia 

Washington. 
W. Virginia. 
Wisconsin . . 
Wyoming 



Capitals. 



Montgomery 

Sitka 

Phoenix 

Little Kock.. 
Sacramento. 
Denver 



Governors. 



Joseph F. Johnson (D). 

JohnG. Brady* 

N. O. Murphv (R) 

Daniel W. Jones (D) ... 

Henry T. Gage (R) 

Chas. S Thomas (D). .. 



Hartford Geo. E. Lounsbury (R)... 

Dover Ebe W. Tunnell (D) 

Tallahassee William D. Bloxham (D) 



Atlanta 

Boise' City. . 
Springfield. 
Indianapoli 



Allen D. Candle (D) 
Frank Steunenberg (D) . 

John R. Tanner (R) 

James A. Mount (R) 



Des Moines Leslie M. Shaw (R) 

Topeka |W. E. Stanley (R) 

Frankfort. . . j William (). Bradley (R) . 
Baton Rouge Murphy J. Foster (D) ... 

Augusta JLlewellyn Powers (R) .. 

Annapolis. .. Llovd Lowndes (R) 

Boston Roger Wolcott (R) 

Lansing Hazen S. Pingree (R) ... 

St. Paul 'John Lind (Pop.) 

Jackson lAnselm J. McLaurin (D) 

Jefferson C'yJLon V. Stephens (D)... 

Helena Robert H. Smith (Pop).. 

Lincoln Win. A. Poynter (Pop).. 

Carson City. (Disputed election . . .• 

Concord (Frank W. Rollins (R)... 

Trenton j Foster M. Voorhees (R). 

Santa Fe . ..Miguel A. Ote.ro* 

Albany iTheodoro Roosevelt (R). 

Raleigh Daniel L. Russell (R) .... 

Bismarck.... F. B. Fancher (R) 

Columbus... AsaS. Bushiie.ll (R) 

Guthrie CM. Barnes* 

Salem F. T. Geer (R) 

Harrisburg. . Win. A. Stone (R) 

New.&Prov. Elisha Dver (R) 

Columbia ... Wm. H. Ellerbee (D) .... 
Pierre [Disputed election 



Nashville ... | Benton MrMllltn (D). .. 

Austin J. D. Savri'. (l>) , 

SaltLakeC'y Heber M. Wells (R).... 
Montpelier. . i Edward < I. Smith (R).. 

Richmond... 1 J. Hoge T\l' r (l>) 

Olympia |John R. Rubers (Pop).. 

Charleston .. Geo. W. Atkinson (R).. 

Madison Edward Srolleld (11). ... 

Cheyenne . ..IDeForest Richards (R). 



$3,000 

3.000 
2,600 
8,000 
6.000 
5.000 
4.(100 
2.000 
3.500 
3.000 
3.000 
6.000 
5.000 

3.000 

3.000 
0.5IX) 
4.000 
2.000 
4.500 
8.000 
4.000 
5.000 
3.500 

t5,000 
5,000 
2,500 
4.000 
2,000 

10.000 
2,600 
+10.000 
3.000 
3.000 
8.000 
2.600 
1.500 

10.000 
3.000 
3,000 
2,500 
4.000 
4.000 
2.000 
1.500 
5,000 
3.0(H) 
2,700 
5.000 
2,500 



Length iSe8*'ii 
Term. ..f 
Years Leg. 



Time of 
Next State 
Election. 











2 


Bien. 


Aug. 7, 


1900 


4 










4 


Bien. 








2 


Bien. 


Nov. 6 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Sept. 3 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 6 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 5 


1901 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6 


1900 


2 


Ann. 


Nov. 6 


1900 




Bien. 


Oct. 3, 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. R, 


1900 


4 
4 
2 


Bien. 


Nov. 6. 


1900 


Bien. 


Nov. 6. 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


2 


Bien. 


Apr.21 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


S'pt. 10,1900 


1 


Ann. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


o 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6. 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 7. 


1899 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6. 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


11100 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 4. 


1902 


3 


Ann. 


Nov. 6. 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


2 


Ann. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


o 


Bien. 


Nov. 6. 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


4 


Bien. 






4 


Bien. 


June 2, 


1902 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


1899 


1 


Ann. 


Apr. 5, 


18! 19 


2 


Ann. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


2 


Bien. 


Jan. 6, 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1000 


2 


Bien. 


Sept.4. 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 7, 


I8!>9 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


11)00 




Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


ISHX) 


4 


Bien. 


Nov. 6, 


1900 



♦Territorial governors are appoint id h.v the president. 1 And mansion The next 
presidential election will occur on Tue»day, November 6, 1900. 



THE NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY LAW. 



185 



THE NATIONAL BANKRUPTCY LAW. 



The Bankruptcy Law passed by 
both houses of the LVth Congress 
and approved July 1, 1808, provides 
a complete system for the adminis- 
tration of the affairs of bankrupts 
and the distribution of their property 
among their creditors, uniform 
throughout the United States and ad- 
ministered by the United States 
courts, in place of the different sys- 
tems formerly in existence in the va- 
rious states administered by state 
courts. In bankruptcy proceedings a 
bankrupt debtor may turn over all 
his property to the court to be ad- 
ministered for the benefit of his cred- 
itors, and then get a complete dis- 
charge from his debts. A bankrupt 
may, of his own motion, offer to sur- 
render his property to the adminis- 
tration of the United States court 
and ask for his discharge in volun- 
tary bankruptcy, or creditors may 
apply to the court to compel a bank- 
rupt to turn over his property to be 
administered under the act for the 
benefit of the creditors in voluntary 
bankruptcy. The bankrupt who has 
turned over all his property and con- 
formed to the provisions of the act 
is entitled to a judgment of court 
discharging him from any future lia- 
bility to his creditors. 

Extended powers are given by the 
law for the taking possession and the 
administration of the assets; among 
others, to allow and disallow all 
claims against bankrupt estates, ap- 
point receivers and take the neces- 
sary measures for the preservation 
and charge of the property of a bank- 
rupt; to arraign, try and punish bank- 
rupts, officers and other persons and 
the agents, oflicers, members of the 
board of directors or trustees or 
other similar bodies of corporations 
for violation of the act; to authorize 
the business of the bankrupt to be 
conducted for limited periods; to 
cause the assets to be collected and 
reduced to money and distributed, 
and substantially determine all con- 
troversies In relation thereto; to en- 
force obedience to lawful orders by 
flue or imprisonment, and to extra- 
dite bankrupts from one district to 
another. 

The proceeding once inaugurated 
by the filing of a petition by the 
bankrupt and the adjudication in 
bankruptcy having been made, the 
court proceeds to take charge of the 
bankrupt's property, and administer 
the same for the benefit of the credi- 
tors, and determine all questions 
which may arise in regard to the 
rights of the bankrupt or the credi- 
tors, either as against the bankrupt 
or as between themselves, in accord- 
ance with the above-prescribed 
powers. A trustee Is appointed, 
either selected by the creditors at a 



meeting called for that purpose or, in 
case they fail to select a trustee, one 
is appointed by the court. His duty 
is to collect the property, realize on 
the same in such manner as may be 
for the best interests of all con- 
cerned, and ultimately distribute the 
same among the creditors in such 
proportions as they may be adjudi- 
cated to be entitled thereto. 

As all questions, both of law and 
fact, in relation to the property or 
the rights of the various parties 
must be decided in the bankruptcy 
proceeding, it is provided that ref- 
erees be appointed, who- are charged 
with the duty of hearing the allega- 
tions and testimony of all parties and 
deciding all such questions as may 
arise. Each case, as it comes up, is 
assigned to some referee, whose duty 
it is to adjudicate and pass upon ail 
such questions arising therein in the 
first instance, the right being re- 
served to any parties to appeal from 
the decision of the referee to the 
United States District Court. 

The duties of the referee are sub- 
stantially of a judicial character, and 
he occupies much the position of a 
judge of primary resort, subject to 
an appeal to the court, and is re- 
quired to take the same oath of of- 
fice as that prescribed for judges of 
the United States courts. By Section 
38 of the act, the referee is invested 
with jurisdiction to consider all peti- 
tions referred to him by the clerks, 
make adjudications or dismiss the pe- 
tition; exercise the powers vested in 
courts of bankruptcy for the admin- 
istering of oaths to and the examina- 
tion of witnesses, and for requiring 
the production of documents in pro- 
ceedings before him, except the 
power of commitment, and, in the 
absence of the judge, to exercise all 
his powers for taking possession and 
releasing the property of a bankrupt, 
and to perform such part of the du- 
ties of the courts of bankruptcy as 
they may prescribe by rules and or- 
ders, excepting r~ly questions arising 
on applications of bankrupts for 
compositions or discharges. 

All questions in regard to the prop- 
erty or assets or rights of the credi- 
tors and persons interested come be- 
fore the referee for hearing and de- 
termination, subject to the right of 
appeal. After the rights of all par- 
ties have been ascertained and deter- 
mined, and the property has been 
realized upon, it is distributed among 
the creditors. 

Provision Is made In the act for al- 
lowing bankrupts to compromise or 
settle with their creditors by a pro- 
ceeding known as composition pro- 
ceedings, whereby. If a bankrupt and 
a majority of his creditors agree 
upon some basis of settlement, the 



186 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



same, if approved by the court, shall 
become binding upon all creditors. 
The decision of the question as to the 
approval of compositions and grant- 
ing discharges to a bankrupt from 
his debts is specifically reserved by 
the act to the judges of the United 
States courts; but the court, by vir- 
tue of its general powers, may refer 
such matters to the referee to take 
testimony and report to the court his 
opinion thereon. 

The aim of the act has been to 
make the expense of the proceedings 
depend largely upon the amount of 
the property involved, and the com- 
pensation of the referees is fixed sub- 
stantially at 1 per cent, on the 
amount distributed to the creditors 
in ordinary cases, where the assets 
are distributed by the court, and one- 



half of 1 per cent, in composition 
eases, and the trustees who have 
charge of the actual management of 
the bankrupt's property receive as 
compensation such commissions on 
amounts paid out by them as divi- 
dends us the court may allow, not to 
exceed, however, 3 per cent, on the 
first $5,000, 2 per cent, on the sec- 
ond $5,000, and 1 per cent, on all 
sums in excess of $10,000. 

Detailed provisions are made in the 
act for giving notice to all creditors 
and other persons interested in the 
estate of the pendency of the pro- 
ceedings, the payment and declara- 
tion of dividends and other matters, 
and providing methods whereby all 
parties interested may be heard on 
all subjects arising in the course of 
the proceedings. 



THE GOVERNOR, THE LEGISLATURE AND THE VOLUNTEER 

AID. 



April 15 Governor Wolcott asked for 
an appropriation to cover emergencies, 
and on that date, inside of 25 minutes, 
the sum of $500,000 was voted, both 
branches of the Legislature acting, and 
the governor signing the bill. 

June 22 the State voted to give every 
enlisted man. in addition to his pay from 
the United States Government, seven 
dollars per month, the same to continue 
six months after his death and payable 
to his heirs, unless the war should end 
in less time. 

June 23 it was voted that the governor 
be authorized to expend not to exceed 
$50,000 in the purchase of a hospital ship 
for the use and comfort of soldiers in 
the service from Massachusetts. Ac- 
cordingly the 'Bay State'' was thus 
fitted up and sent out by the 



VOLUNTEER AID 
TION, 



ASSOCIA- 



which was officered as follows: Chair- 
man, Eben S. Draper. Hopedale; 
Treasurer, Henry L. Higginson, Bos- 
ton; Secretary, Elihu B. Hayes, Lynn; 
Executive Committee, Henry L. Hig- 
ginson, George V. L. Meyer, Eben S. 
Draper, Patrick A. Collins, Elihu B. 
Hayes, Sherman Hoar. James Phillips, 



Jr., Arnold A. Rand. Charles J. Paine, 
Robert M. Burnett, T. .Jefferson Cool- 
idge, Jr. Office, Commonwealth Build- 
ing, 11 Mt Vernon street. 

Women's Committee: President, Mrs. 
J. Elliot Cabot; Vice-Presidents, Mrs. 
Roger Wolcott, Mrs. F. T. Greenhalge, 
Mrs. Wm. E. Russell, Mrs. Mary A. 
Livermore: Secretary, Miss Lucy Low- 
ell. 

Committee on Organization of Towns: 
Chairman, Miss E. P. Sohier; Secretary. 
Mrs, Daniel Lothrop; Miss Alice S. 
Clement,- Mrs. Eben S. Draper, Mrs. 
Augustus P. Gardner, Mrs. William 
Hooper. Mrs. Lizabeth A. Turner. 

For the purposes of the association 
money was contributed lavishly by the 
public. To the general fund was given 
$178,630; for use at Montauk Point. $35,- 
431. or a total of $214,061, 

For the equipping of the hospital 
ship Bay State, and for the relief of 
soldiers there was expended $147.4:>0, 
thus leaving a balance of $(57,4.tO, whose 
ultimate disposition has not, as yet. 
been decided upon. The State's total 
enlistments were 12,225. of which 2278 
were in the navy, 2477 in the regular 
army, and the remainder, or 7470, in the 
volunteer service. 

Thus in men and means the Common- 
wealth has fully sustained her long- 
established reputation. 



1 



SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETIES. 



Bedford— Bedford Historical Society. 
Pres. Geo. R. Blinn: Sec. Abram English 
Brown; Treas. Chas. F. Spaulding. 
This society owns the only flag of the 
Minute Men in existence. It wasjcarried 
by Bedford men at Concord. "Annual 
meeting lirst Wednesday of April. 

Beverly— Beverly Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Prof. George E. Wood berry; 
Cor. Sec. Augustus A. Galloupe; Jiee. 
Sec. Mrs. E. B. Foster; Treas., John B. 
Hill. Annual meeting October 14. 

BlLLERiCA— Billerica Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. F. A. Morey; Sec. Miss M. 
A. Dodge; Treas. S. A. Bull. Annual 
meeting second Wednesday in October. 

Boston — American Congregational 
Association. Pres. Samuel Johnson ; Sec. 
Rev. Joshua Coit, 14 Beacon st. ; Treas. 
Augustus S. Lovett. Annual meeting 
Monday preceding last Wednesday in 
May. 

American Statistical Association. Pres. 
Hon. Carroll D. Wright; Sec. Davis R. 
Dewey, Ph. D., 491 Boylston St.; Cor. 
Sec. and Librarian, Worthington C. 
Ford, Public Library; Treas. John S. 
Clark, 646 Washington st. Annual 
meeting third Friday in January. 550 
members. 

Backus Historical Society, for the 
preservation of Baptist history, books 
and papers rare in the library of the 
Newton Theological School. Meetings 
held in Boston. 

Bostonian Society, Old State House. 
Pres. Curtis Guild; Clerk and Treas. S. 
Arthur Bent. 

Boston Memorial Association. Pres. 
M. P. Kennard; Sec. B. S. Ladd, 10 Tre- 
mont st. 

Bunker Hill Monument Association. 
Headquarters, 28 State st., Boston. Pres. 
Winslow Warren; Sec. Francis H. 
Brown, 28 State St.; Treas. G. Arthur 
Hilton. 700 members in Mass. 

The Colonial Society of Massachusetts. 
Pres Edward Wheelwright; liec. Sec. H. 
W Cunningham, 89 State St.; Cor. Sec. 
John Noble, Court House; 'Treas. Henry 
H. Edes, 28 State st. Annual meeting 
November 21. 100 members. 

Dorchester Antiquarian and Histori- 
cal Society. Pres. Henry G. Denny; Sec. 
William B. Trask, 18 Somerset st. 

Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 
Boylston st. Pres. Charles Francis 
Adams; Sec. Rev. Edward J. Young; 
Librarian, Samuel A. Green, M. D. An- 
nual meeting second Thursday in April. 
»w) members. 

Mass. W. C. T. U. Sec. Mrs. Ruth B. 
Haker, 171 A, Tremont st. 

Mass. Woman Suffrage Association. 
v '-- H. B. Blackwcll, 3 Park st. 



Military Order of Foreign Wars of the 
U. S. Mass. Commandery. Sec. Allen 
Arnold, 103 Sears Building. 

Military Historical Society of Massa- 
chusetts, Cadet Armory, Ferdinand st. 
Pres. Col. Thos. L. Livermore: Sec. C. H. 
Porter, 82 Water st. ; Treas. Capt. E. TJ. 
Robins. Annual meeting in January. 

New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, 18 Somerset st. J'res. Rev. 
Edward Griffen Porter; Cor. Sec. A. H. 
Hoyt; liec. Sec. George A. Gordon; 
Librarian, John W. Dean. 

New England Methodist Historical 
Society, 30 Bromfleld st., room 21. Pres. 
Hon. William Clatiin; Sec. Rev. J. H. 
Manstield, D. D. ; Treas. and Librarian, 
Willard S. Allen. Annual meeting in 
Jan. 

Prince Society, The, 12 Bosworth st. 
Pres. Rev. Edmund F. Slafter; Her. Sec. 
Henry F. Jenks; Cor. Sec. Robert N. 
Toppan; Treas. Henry W. Cunningham. 
Annual meeting May 25. 85 members. 

Roxburv Military Historical Society. 
Pres. Bvt. Brig. Gen. N. A. M. Dudley: 
Sec. Henry A. May, 23 South Fairview 
St., Rosliridale; treas. Capt. Geo. H. 
Nason. 330 members. 

Society of Colonial Wars. Gov. A. J. 
C Sowdon; Sec. Edward W. McGlenen, 
5 Old Court House. 

Society of Mayflower Descendants of 
Mass. Sec. Geo. E. Bowman, (523 Tre- 
mont Building. 

Society of the War of 1812 in Mass. 
Sec. J. H. S. Pearson, P. O. Box 6, East 
Boston. 

Brewster — The Pilgrim Club. Pres. 
Rev. Thomas Dowes; Sec. Tully 
Crosby; Treas. Miss Hannah H. Knowles. 
Annual meeting in October. 

Bridgewater— The Old Bridgewater 
Historical Society. Pres. Hon. Benja- 
min W. Harris, East Bridgewater; 
Jiec. Sec. Frank E. Sweet; Cor. Sec. 
Joshua E. Crane. 

Brookline — Brookline Historical 
Publication Society. Com. Miss Ellen 
Chase, Miss Mary P. Frye, Daniel S. 
Sanford, Charles K. Bolton, Mrs. San- 
ford; Gk. Charles K. Bolton. 

CAMBRIDGE — Archaeological Institute 
of America. Pres. Prof. John W. White. 
18 Concord ave., Cambridge. 

Shepard Historical Society. Pres. 
Rev. Alex. McKenzie, D. D.; Sec. Frank 
G. Cook. 

Canton— Canton Historical Society. 
Pre*. Willis S. Shepard; Sec. Robert 
Rogers. 

Chari.emont— Oak Tree Association. 
Pres. Charles E. Ward, Buckland: Sec. 
E. J. Albee, Charlemout; Treas. Henry 
Bassett, Charlemont. 



188 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Clinton— Clinton Historic.il Society. 
Pres. C. C. Stone: See. Andrew E. Ford. 

Concord— Concord Antiquarian So- 
ciety. Pres. Hon. John S. Keyes: Sec. 
George Tolman; Treas. Thomas Todd. 
Annual meeting Sept. 12. 150 members. 

Danvers — Danvers Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Rev. A. P. Putnam, D. D., 
388 Essex st., Salem; Sec. Sarah VV. 
Mudge, Danvers Center. 

Dedham— Dedham Historical Society. 
Pres. Don Gleason Hill: Pec. Sec. Mrs. 
Harriet T. Boyd; Cor. Sec. Julius H. 
Tuttle. 

Deerfield— Pocumtuck Valley Me- 
morial Association. Pres. Hon. George 
Sheldon; Pec. Sec. Nathaniel Hitchcock: 
Cor. Sec. Herbert C. Parsons, Greenfield. 
• Dover — Dover Historical Society. 
Pres. Ansel K. Tisdale; Sec. Mrs. J. W. 
Higgins. 

Essex — Essex Historical Society. Pres. 
Hon.John Prince: Sec. LucyC. Burnham. 

Fitchburg — Fitchburg Historical 
Society. Pres. Henry A. Willis; Sec. 
James F. D. Garfield. 

Framingham— Framingham Histori- 
cal and Natural Historv Society. Pres. 
C. C Esty; Clerk, Wtllard Howe; Cura- 
tor, Edgar Potter. Annual meeting first 
Monday in June. 

Gloucester — Cape Ann Historical 
Society. Pres.W. Frank Parsons; Cor. 
Sec. Helen Mansfield: Sec. and Treas. 
Daniel T. Babson. 

GROTON— Groton Historical Society, 
Pres. Dr. Samuel A. Green, Boston; Sec. 
Thomas L. Motley; Treas. Moses P. 
Palmer. Annual meeting January 1. 138 
members. 

Hanover— North River Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. F. O. Arnold. North Pem- 
broke; Sec. Rodolph Sweeney. 

Hatfield — Hatfield Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. David Billings; Sec. Mrs. 
Merritt F. Sampson. 

Holbrook— Holbrook Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Lewis Alden; Sec. Abbie H. 
French. 

Hyde Park — Hyde Park Historical 
Society. Pres. Charles G. Chick; Pec. 
Sec. Fred L. Johnson: Cor. Sec. and 
Librarian, Gen. H. B. Carrington. 

Ipswich— Ipswich Historical Society. 
Pres* Rev. T. Frank Waters; See. John 
W. Goodhue. 

Lawrence— Lawrence Society of Nat- 
ural History and Archaeology. Pres. 
George S. Jenkins; Sec. Mrs. Charles A. 
De Courcey. 

Lexington — Lexington Historical 
Society. Pres. E. P. Nichols; Sec. Irving 
P. Fox. 

Littleton— Littleton Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Herbert J. Howard; Sec. 
Sarah F. White. 

Lowell — Old Residents' Historical 
Association. Pres. Solon W. Stevens; 
Sec. and Treas. Clarence W. Whidden. 
Annual meeting in May. 150 members. 

LYNN— Lynn Historical Society. Pres. 
Philip A. Chase; Pec. Sec. Howard M. 
Newhall: Cor. Sec. William S. Burrill. 
Treas. Chas. F. Peirce. Annual meeting 
second Wednesday in January. 300 mem- 
bers. 



Malden— Maiden Historical Society. 
Pres. Deloraine P. Corey; Pec. Sec. Frank 
E. Woodward: Treas. Thomas Lang. 

Manchester— Manchester Historical 
Society. Pres. Wm. H. Allen; Sec. 
Alfred S. Jewett. 

Medfield — Medfield Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Joseph A. Allen; Sec. Geo. 
Washburn; Treas. Wm. S. Tilden. Aut 
nual meeting Thursday after first Mon- 
day in October. 45 members. 

Medford — Universalists' Historical 
Society, Tufts College. Sec. and Libra- 
rian, T. J. Sawyer, D. D. 

Men don— Mendon Historical Society. 
Pres. Julius A. George; Sec. Adrian 
Scott, Blackstone; J Treus. Lucinda M. 
Esty. Annual meeting Tuesday after 
first Monday in December. 

MERRI mac— Clio Club. Pres. Miss S. 
I. Say re; Sec. Miss Austin Sawyer. 

Methuen — Methuen Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Jos. S. Howe: Sec. Charles 
H. T. Mann. 

Monson — Monson Historical and 
Genealogical Society. Pres. A. D. Nor- 
cross: Sec. VV. L. Ricketts. 

NANTUCKET-Nantucket Historical As- 
sociation. Pec. Sec. Mary E. Starbuck: 
Cor. Sec. Susan A. Starbuck: Treas. 
Chas. C. Crosby. Annual meeting in 
July. 300 members. 

Natick— Historical Natural History 
and Library Society (South Natick). 
Pres. Gustavus Smith; Pec. See. Eliza- 
beth E. Bartlett: Cor. Sec. Elliot Perry; 
Treas. M. V. B. Bartlett. Annual 
meeting second Wednesday in January. 

Newburyport— Historical Society of 
Old NewToury. Pres. Wm. Little; Sec 
Emily A. Getchell; Treas. Philip H. 
Lunt. Annual meeting fourth Thursday 
in October. 

North Brookfield — Quabog His- 
torical Society. Pres. Rob't Batcheller: 
Sec. George H. Larkuni. Spencer. 

Orange— Orange Antiquarian Society. 
Pres. Mrs. Charles D. Hendrickson; Sec. 
Mrs. Caroline Mayo; Treas. Mrs. Mary J. 
Shattuck. 

Oxford— Huguenot Memorial Society. 
Pres. Prof. James D. Butler, Madison, 
Wis. ; See. Mrs. Mary De Witt Freeland, 
Oxford. 

Palmer— Palmer Historical Society. 
Pres. J. C. Wing; See. and Treas. H. C 
Strong; Curator, O. P. Allen. 

Peabody — Peabody Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Warren D. King; Pec. Sec. 
Fred W. Bushby: Cor. Sec. Mrs. Eliza- 
beth C. Osborn; Treas. Sylvanus L. New- 
hall. 

Petersham — Petersham Historical 
Club. Pres. James W. Brooks; Sec. 
Amory Bigelow; Treas. Mrs. Maria N. 
Ayres. 

Pittsfield— Berkshire Historical and 
Scientific Society. I'res. Rev. A. B. 
Whipple; Sec. H. H. Ballard. 

Plymouth — Pilgrim Society. Pres. 
Arthur Lord; Sec. Wm. S. Danforth. 
Treas. Chas. 13. Stoddard. Annual meet- 
ing last Monday in May. 

Pro vincetown — Cape Cod Pilgrim 
Memorial Ass'n. Pres. James Gilford; 
Sec. (Vacant); Treas. J. H. Dyer. 



SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 



189 



Quincy — Quincy Historical Society. 
Pres. Ctias. Francis Adams: Sec. Mary 
T. Slade. 

Rehoboth — Rehoboth Antiquariai. 
Society. Pres. John C. Marvel; Sec 
Wm. H. Marvel. 

Rutland— Rutland Historical and 
Public Improvement Society. Pres. 
Rev. Sidney Crawford; Sec. Arthur A. 
Heald: Treas. H. Bray. Annual meeting 
December 3. 50 members. 

Salem— Essex Institute. Pres. Robert 
S. Rantoul; Sec. Geo. Francis Dow; 
Treas.Wva. O. Chapman Annual meeting 
third Monday in May. 878 members. 

SOMERV1LLE — Somerville Historical 
Society. Pres. Charles D. Elliott; Sec. 
George F. Loring, 78 Highland ave. 

Southbkidge— Southbridge Histori- 
cal Society. Pres. Andrew J. Bartholo- 
mew: Cor. Sec. W. J. Litchfield; Ilec. 
Sec. Harriet M. Stanlev: Treas. Alva L. 
Hyde. 

SHREWSBURY--Shrewsbury Historical 
Society. Pres. Herbert A. Maynard; 
Sec. George E. Stone: Treas. David B. 
Rice. 70 members. 

Spencer — The Oraskaso Historical 
Society. Pres. Ledyard Bill. Paxton; 
Clerk ani Treat. Mrs. A. W. Harrington. 
Leicester. 

Springfield — Connecticut Valley 
Historical Society. Pres. A. M. Cope- 
land; Cor. Sec. A. H. Kirkham: Clerk, 
VV. F. Adams: Treas. Harry A. Wright. 

Stoughton — Stoughton Historical 
Societv. Pres. Hon. Newton Talbot. Bos- 
ton; Sec. Amelia M. Clifton: Treas. 
Richard B. Ward. Annual meeting sec- 
ond Tuesday in January. 

Taunton— Old Colony Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Rev. S. Hopkins Emery; 
Lib. and Bee. Sec. James E. Seaver; Cor. 
Sec. Hon. Charles A. Reed; Treas. Geo. 
A.King. Annual meeting second Mon- 
day in January. 



Topsfield— Topsfleld Historical So- 
cietv. Pres. Justin Allen, M. D.: Sec. 
Geo. F. Dow. 

Towns end— Townsend Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Anson D. Fessenden: Sec. 
Eli C. Tuttle: Treas. Albert S. Howard. 
Annual meeting last Tuesday in January. 

Wakefield — Wakefield Historical 
Society. Pres. Charles F. Mansfield ;Sec. 
Fred W. Young. 

Watertown — Historical Society of 
Watertown. Pres. Rev. E. A. Rand: Iiec. 
Sec. Charles F. Fitz: Cor. Sec. B. F. 
Davenport: Treas. Chas. F. Mason. An- 
nual meeting second Tuesday in May. 

Westhoro— Westboro Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. John H. Weeks; Sec. Abby 
K. Harvey; Treas. Harry J. Day. An- 
nual meeting last Wednesday in October. 

Weymouth— The Weymouth Histori- 
cal Societv. Pres. John- J. Loud: Sec. 
Sam'l-W. Reed; Treas. Chas. T. Crane. 
Annual meeting last Wednesday in Jan- 
uary. 31 members. 

Winchester— Winchester Historical 
and Genealogical Society. Pres. Rev. 
John W. Suter; Sec. Charles L. Mitchell. 

Woburn — Rumford Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Edward F. Johnson; Clerk 
and Treas. Andrew R. 
Sec. William R. Cutter. 
March 2rt. 85 members. 

Worcester— American Antiquarian 
Society. Pres. Stephen Salisbury: Lib. 
Edmund M. Barton: Sec. Charles A. 
Chase: Treas. Nathaniel Paine. Annual 
meeting October 21. Membership in U. 
S. limited to 140 members. 

Worcester.Society of Antiquity. Pres. 
F. L. Hutchins; Sec. Walter Davidson: 
Treas. H. G. Stedtnan. Annual meeting 
second Tuesday in December. 450 mem- 
bers. 

Yarmouth— Cape Cod Historical So- 
ciety. Pres. Charles F. Swift. Yarmouth- 
port; Sec. Charles Paine, Harwich. 



Linscott: Cor. 
Annual meeting 



Car- 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS IN MASSA- 
CHUSETTS. 

The first association in the United 
States was that founded in Boston Dec. 
29, 1851. The Massachusetts headquarters 
are at 167 Tremont street, Boston. 

STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

O. H. Durrell, Chairman, Cambridge. 
* rederick Fosdick, Vice-Chairman, 

Fitchburg. 
E. P. Shumwav, Clerk, Melrose. 
Preston B. Keith, Treasurer, Brockton. 

SECRETARIAL FORCE. 

]]• M. Armstrong, State Secretary. 
\\ W. Gillett, Secretary. 
l»wi K 'ht L. Rogers, Secretary. 
*•• M. Robinson, Secretary. 

ASSOCIATIONS, 

Cit rorTown. Gen. Sec. Phys. Dir. No. Mem. 

Amesbury, C. S. McGown,* , — 105 

Alhol, Geo. Fitzsimmons, 120 



Attleboro, A. C. Eagleson, — 
Beverly, E. C- Cotton, A. H. 

penter, 
Boston, Geo. W. Mehaffey, R. J. 

Roberts, 
Charlestown Branch. F. W. Robin- 
son, E. P. Ruggles, 
Brockton, B. F. Pierce, Frank Kil- 

lam, 
Cambridge, Geo. S. Budd, M. C 

O'Brien, 
Chatham, 

Chelsea, W. N. Wyman. 

Clinton. E. W. Cornet, 

Dalton, II. R. Edgecomb,* — — 

Everett, W. S. McBurnie, 

Fall River, W. D. Fellows, A. F. 

Wolf, 
Fitchburg, C. S. Bishop. Max J. Ex- 

ner, 

Gardner, W. B. Oliver, 

Gloucester, W. A. Fairbanks,* 

Haverhill, Cullen B. Snell, 



94 

270 

2400 

233 

930 

900 
22 

289 

131 
79 

270 

4«8 

439 
168 
212 
300 



190 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Holyoke, R. P. Kaighn, Chas. S. 

Record, 625 

Lawrence, D. M. Spence, Richard 

Fox, 475 

Leominster, Geo. K. Buck, 144 

Lowell. H. W. J. Howe, Paul O. 

Kable, 600 

Lynn, Geo. E. Day, B. T. Loring, 

M. D., 569 

Maiden, A. C. Cotton, Geo. T. Fer- 
guson, 772 

Marblehead, Frank Brougrhton, 80 

Melrose, B. E. Lovejoy, W. L. Kir- 

shaw, 310 

Merrimac, John D. Sharman,* 75 

Middleboro. A. E. Roberts, 104 

Milford, A. B. Davis, 50 

New Bedford, Chas. E. Clift, L. J. 

Surdam, 599 

Newburyport, Chas. A. Coburn, Jos. 

Dyer, 333 

Newton, Pitt E. Parker, E. C 

Wyatt, 236 

North Adams, W. R. Hale. 205 

Northampton, W. A. Morse, F. H. 

Foster, Jr., 180 

Pittstield, J. W. Waters,* 194 



Quincy, W. F. Hoehn, R. N. Van 

Buskirk, 
Salem, C. H. Harrington, V. H. 

Meister. 
Somerville, , W. J. Bur- 
saw. 
Southbridge, G. H. Peabody, Geo. 
F. Howard, 

S. Framin^ham. A. C. Benson,* 

Springfield, W. K. Cooper, A. T. 

Halstead. M. D.. 
Springfield (R. R. Branch), O. A. 

Eberhardt, 

W. Springfield. J. W. Hagan, 

Taunton, VV. A. Andrew, B. F. Bry- 
ant, 
Watertown, W. C. Rollins, C C. 
Stroud, 

Westboro, O. E. Bourne, 

Westfleld, E. N. Huntress, 

Whitman, John P. Lantz,* 

Winchester, E. G. Gay,* 

Worcester, Halsey Hammond, E. 
W. Wilder, 



1 



284 

300 

521 

274 
145 



63 
35 

320 

100 
37 
159 
113 
100 



♦General Secretary and Physical Director. 



YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

STATE ORGANIZATION. 



Secretary, Mrs. W. S. Buxton. No. 77 
Westminster street, Springfield. 

ASSOCIATIONS. 

Boston (Oct.. 1866), 40 Berkeley street; 
Secretary, Mrs. A. L. Darrow. 

Cambridge (Feb., 1892), 605 Mass. ave- 
nue; Secretary, Miss A. L. Swartout. 

Haverhill, 258 Washington street; Sec- 
retary, Mrs. C. H. Goodwin. 

Holyoke, 347 High street; Secretary. 
Mrs. C. P. Lyman. 

New Bedford, 1 Lincoln street; Secre- 
tary, Mrs. S. M. Thompson. 



THE MASSACHUSETTS FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. 

First annual meeting June 14, 1893. 



Present Officers— Hon. Pres. Mrs. 
Julia Ward Howe; Pres. Miss O. M. E. 
Rowe: Sec. Miss Florence Everett, No. 
17 Park St., Dorchester. 

ASSOCIATED CLUBS. 

(As far as possible, the following order 
is observed: 1st, name of city or town 
in which the club is located; 2d, name of 
club; 3d, year of organization; 4th, name 
of secretary. Clubs starred are not in 
the federation.) 

Adams— Home Reading; 1892; Miss S. 
Jane Dean. 

Allston and Brighton— See Bright- 
on, under Boston. 

Ameshury— Elizabeth H. Whittier: 
1896; Mrs. E. O. Perkins. 

Amherst— Woman's; Mrs. Abbie L. 
W. Palmer. 

Andover*— November; 1889; Mrs. 
Clara Pease Newton. 



Arlington— Woman's; 1895; Mrs. W* 
D. Higgins. 

Attleboro— Etoeria*; 1894: 

Round Table: 1895; Mrs. J. H. Holden. 

Auburndale— See Newton. 

Ayer— Current Events; 1895; Ruth T. 
Fenner. 

Berlin— Tuesday; 1898: Mrs. C. J. 
Hubbard. 

Bernardston— Ladies' Social. 

Beverly— Lothrop; 1895; Miss Jennie 
Cole. 

Blackstone— Alpha; 1896; Mrs. A. E. 
Madden. 

Boston— Abbot Academy; 1892; Miss 
Mabel F. Wheaion. 

All Around Dickens; 1894; Mrs. Alice 
L. Glover. 

Anna Ticknor Library ; ; Miss Mary 

Morrison. 

Bostonlana*; 1894; Arthur W. Braley. 



Newburyport (Oct., 1883). 13 Market 
street: Secretarv. Mrs. A. C. Titcomb. 

Springfield (Feb.. 1870), 19 Bliss street; 
Secretary, Miss A. II. Watson. 

Worcester (Oct., 188.^). 6 Chatham street: 
Secretary, Miss J. C. Aldrich. 

Y. W. C. A. (Evangelical). 

Lawrence: Secretary, Miss Minnie J. j 
Danforth. 

LoweH: Secretary, Miss Clara M. Organ. 

Waltham; Secretary, Miss Anna Bird- 
sail. 






SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATIONS, ETC. 



191 



Browning Society; 1885; Miss Maria 
A. Molineux. 

Business League; 1894; Miss A. P. 
Moore. 

Castilian; 1888; Mrs. G. P. Gross. 

Clifton Library; 1893; Mrs. Carrie 
Rock wood. 

Daughters of Vermont; 1894; Miss 
Bertha A. Joslin. 

Eastern Kindergarten Association*; 
1890; Mrs. Channing Rust. 

Gannett Association; 1895; Mrs. R. C 
Hubner. 

Grammar School; 1894; Miss Nellie F. 
Brazer. 

Lady Teachers' Association; 1874; 



Mt. Holyoke Alumme; ; Miss K. 

L. Adams. 

Masters' Assistants; 1892; Miss A. E. 
Farrington. 

Metaphysical; ; Warren A. Rod- 
man, 201 Clarendon st. 

New England Woman's; 1868; Lucia M. 
Peabody. 

N. E. Woman's Press Association; 
1885; Miss Ivah Dunklee. 

New Hampshire's Daughters: 1894; 
Mrs. Jennie B. Wadleigh. 

Oxford Shakespeare*: 189*5; . 

Pallas; 1891; Miss Chandler. 

Pentagon*; 1889; Mrs. Alice Parker 
Lesser. 

Phillis Wheat! ey; : Miss M V. 

Blackman. 

Portia*; 1887; Mrs. Alice Parker 
Lesser. 

Proofreaders' Association; 1895; Miss 
L. G. Kenney. 

Teachers 1 Tuesday; 1894; Miss Hattie 

A. Watson. 

Van Dusen Wednesday; 1897; Mrs. R. 
U. Cornwell. 

Wednesday Morning; 1870; Miss 
Frances Bartlett. 

Wheaton Seminary; 1888; Mrs. Mary 
W. Wiggin. 

Wintergreens; 1891; Mrs. Alanson 
Bigelow, 

Woman's Charity; 1888; Mrs. I. Henry 
Paige. 

Woman's Club, House Corporation: 
■ ; Miss Florence Everett. 

Woman's Educational and Industrial 
Union; 1879; Miss Lucia M. Peabody. 

Woman's Era; 1895; Miss Florence 
Williams. 

Women Clerks' Benefit Association: 
■ — ; Mrs. Mary Koula, Pres. 

East Boston— Home; 1875; Miss E. 

B. Tomlinson. 
South Boston 

Mrs. T. W. Fisher. 

Brighton and Allston — Bright- 
helmstone; 189(5; Mrs. Eliza J. Bates. 

CHARLESTOWN - 

Miss Edith Emery. 

Dorchester — Athena; 1897; Miss 
Marion E. Deering. 

, Current Topics: 1895; Miss Florence 
W. Davis. 

Thursday Morning Fortnightly; 1897; 
Mrs. Annette Howe. 

Tuesday Morning: 1877; Miss Mary R. 
Bailey. 



Thursday*; ; 



Norumbega: 1893: 



Woman's; 1892; Mrs. Mary M. Mc- 
Naught. 

Woman's Book Review; 1890; Mrs. 
Abby P. Warren. 

Jamaica Plain— Tuesday; 1896; Mrs. 
Ellis Peterson. 

Roxbury— Roxburghe; 1895-6; Mrs. 
Samuel G. Davis. 

Women in Council; 1885; Mrs. Alfred 
J. Scott. 

West Roxbury— Browning Circle*; 
1897; Miss Maria A. Molineux, Pres. 

Observation; 1887; Mrs. James B. 
Shepherd. 

Hastings St. Shakespeare*; 1893: . . 

Reading Circle*; 1872; Miss Fannie R. 
Banks. 

Shakespeare*; 1889; Mrs. Josephine 
Sanborn, Pres. 

Tourists'*: 1896: Mrs. Jessie Dennett. 

Travelers'*; 1895; Mrs. Laura Wildes. 

Woman's: 1891; Miss Alice B. White. 

Brockton— New Woman's; 1898; Mrs. 
J. W. Terhune. 

Woman's Parliamentary; 1897; Mrs. 
M. A. Thorne. 

Cambridge— Art Circle*; 1876; Rev. 
Mr. Spaulding, Pres. 

Cantabricia; : Mrs. E. F. Taft. 

Old Camb. Shakespeare*; 1880; Dr. 
Wm. J. Rolfe, Pres. 

Roundabout*; ; Mrs. Wm. J. Rolfe, 

Pres. 

Shakespeare*; 1865: . 

Social Union: 1896: Miss Emma Gibbs. 

Tuesday*: 1890; Mrs. Mary Alden 
Ward, Leader. I 

Wednesday*; 1890: . 

Chel-sea— Tourists'; 1893; Mrs. F. B. 
Phipps. 

Woman's: 1893; Mrs. M. Ella Camp- 
bell. 

Chicopee Falls — Woman's; 1880; 
Mrs. H. F. Heath. 

Clinton,— Women's; 1896: Mrs. Cora 
N. Breed. !' 

Concord— Woman's; 1895; Mrs. Geo. 
E. Wolcott. 

Danvers — Women's Association : 
1882: Mrs. Lucv A. Everett. 

Dedham— Afternoon; 1887; Miss C M. 
Worthington. 

Woman's: 1893; Mrs. James P. 
Hawkes. 

Deeufield— Saturday*; : . 

Society of Blue and White Needle- } 

work*: . 

South Deerfield — Literary; ; [ 

Miss Flora E. Menton. Miss M. C 
Whiting, Leader. \ 

Enfield— Quabbin; ; Mrs. Geo. H. 

Hubbard. 

Everett— Friday; 1891; Mrs. Grace 
K. Smith. 

FlTOHHURG — Woman's ; 1894; Miss 
Mary L. Garfield. 

Fox bo ro— Monday; 1893: Miss Annie 
Hitchcock. 

Framingham — Woman's; 1889: Mrs. 
Angie B. Fisher. 

Franklin— Alden; 1893; Miss Laura 
E. Blake. 

Freetown— Assonet Tuesday Club; 
1893; Mrs. Josephine Evans. 

Georgetown— Woman's; 1895; Mrs. 
Ralph C. Huse. 



192 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Great Barrington— 1892: Mrs. Cor- 
nelia P. Bird. 

Greenfield— History*; 1882: . 

Unique*: 1897: Mrs. Clara Pierce. 

Wednesday; 1896; Miss Grace Wil- 
liams. 

Havekhill- Current Events; 1893; 
Mrs. H. A. Hanscom. 

Friday 

Round Table: 1894; Mrs. Ruth Case. 

St. Gregory Reading Circle: 1892; 
Mary L. Roche. 

Study; 1894; Mrs. David Webster, 
Pres. 

Women's Literary Union; 1892; Miss 
Caroline D. Cogswell. 

Holyoke— Neighborhood! : • 

Thursday*: : . 

Tuesday: 1897: Mrs. H. L. Sherman. 

Hopedale— See Milford. 

HUDSON— Current Events; 1896: Mrs. 
Ida Osgood. 

Tuesday: 189-4; Mrs. C. M. Houghton. 

Woman's: 1898: Mrs. Annie C. Glazier. 

Hyde Park— Current Events: 1894; 
Mrs. F. W. Darling. 

Euterpean; 1896; Mr. L. E. Davie, 
Leader. 
' Monday; 1895: Mrs. Everett W. Lewis. 

Thought: 1881: Mrs. Carrie H.Moore. 

Lancaster — Current Topics; 1897: 
Mrs. H. M Nash. 

So. Lancaster — Literature Class; 
1874; Miss Annie S. Whitney. 

Woman's Mutual Culture: 1897: Mrs. 
S. A. Whittier. 

Lawrence— Woman's; 1892; Mrs. G. 
C. Howard. 

Lee— Monday Afternoon*; 1886; . 

Lowell— Middlesex Women's; 1894; 
Miss S. L. D. Watson. 

Woman's Educational and Industrial 
Union*; 1893: Miss Lucy A. Hill. Leader. 

LYNN- North Shore; 1891: Miss A. 
Louise Symonds. 

Outlook; 1896: Miss M. E. B. Emery. 

Starr: : Miss Mabel Ward. 

The 1884: Mrs. E^a P. Bangs. 

Woman's: 1878: Mrs. Eugenia Ward. 

Malden — Ladies" Aid: 1892; Mrs. 
Caroline C. Shea. 

Old and New; 1878; Mrs. Mary E. 
Nichols. 

Marlboro— Colonial: 1896: Mrs. S. R. 
Stevens. 

Semi-Colon*; 1891; Mrs. Anna G. 
Stone. 

Sunnvside*: 1S94: Mrs. B. F. Wilder. 

Tuesday; 1891: Mrs. L. P. Howe. 

MEDFIELD — Woman's ; 1894 ; Miss 
Agnes H. Lincoln. 

Medford— Woman's: 1890; Mrs. C. 
Langell. 

Melrose -Woman's; 1892: Miss Helen 
L. Burr. 

MILFOHD AND HOPEDALE— Quiliehi- 

paug Woman's: 1897: Mrs. Unas. Dewey. 

MlLLBURY — Woman's; 1895; Miss 
Carolyn C. Waters. 

Milton— Woman's; Miss Hester Cun- 
ningham. 

Monson— Current Events; ; Mrs. 

Chas. W. Jackson. 

Monta<;ue — See Turner's Falls. 

Nahant — Woman's; ls95: Mrs. L. C. 
Johnson. 



Nantucket — Goldenrod: : Miss 

Irena E. Wing. 

Sorosis: 1872: Miss Anna Gardner. 

Natick— Monday ; 1890; Mrs. F. W. 
Shattuck. 

Woman's; 1895: Mrs. A. B. Fiske. 

Needham — Tea and Toast*; 1886; 



Miss 



New Bedford— Woman's; 1897 
Mabel W. Cleveland. 

Newburyport— Woman's; 1896; Miss 
Serena D. Tappan. 

Newton — Federation of Women's 
Clubs*: 1895; Mrs. W. C. Boyden. 

Social Science; ; Mrs. Edward W. 

Howe. 

West End Literary; 1889; Susan Tar- 
bell. 

Newton Centre — Woman's; 1887: 
Mrs. F. E. Anderson. 

Newton Hkjhlands - C. L. S. C: 
1889; Miss A. K. Webster. 

Monday; 1886; Mrs. Minerva Stone. 

Newtonville — Guild; 1884; Mrs. 
Mary R. Martin. 

West Newton — Woman's Educa- 
tional, 1880; Mrs. AnnaL. Bailey. 

Auburndale— Review: 1891; Ella B. 
Smith. 

North Adams— Aurora Literary Cir- 
cle*: 1892; Mrs. S. E. Hannum. 

Monday: 1876; Miss Fannie Fairchild. 

Research; 1893; . 

Shakespeare* : ; . 

Thursday: 1892; Mrs Nelson H. Bixby. 

Northampton— Nineteenth Century: 
1894; Mrs. Nettie S. Edwards. 

North Attleboro -- Kalmia; 1894: 
Miss Marian L. French. 

Orpheus: 1895; Miss Emily McLeod. 

Northboro — Woman's; 1894; Mrs. 
Angelina Clark 

Peabody — Woman's: 1894; Miss E. 
C. Keager. 

Plymouth — Woman's: ; Mrs. 

Marianne Shumway. 

Pittsfield — Wednesday Morning*; 
1879: Miss Isabella T. Redtield. 

Quincy — Friday ; 1891; Miss Edith 
Randall. 

Randolph — Ladies' Library; 1855: 
Mrs. M. D. Litchfield. 

Reading— Woman's; 1893; Mrs. Henry 
S. Damon. 

Revere— Beachmont Current Events; 
1894; Mrs. Whiting. 74 Crest ave. 

Teachers'; 1895; Maude F. Wade. 

Woman's; 1894; Mrs. Fiorina Litch- 
field. 

Salem— Thought and Work; ; Mrs. 

Etta F. Bachellor. 

Woman's: 1894; Mrs. K. T. Treadwell. 

Sharon -Fortnightly; ; Mrs. Eliza 

R. Sumner. 

Shelburne Falls — Browning; ; 

Somerville— Browning; 1894; Mrs. 
Cecil Cummings. 

Daughters of Maine: ; Mrs. Nellie 

Nodakin. 

Heptorean; 1894; Mrs. Emily E.Wood- 
ward. 

Southbridge — Monday; 1889; Mrs. 
A. M. Cheney. 

Spenoek— Monday; 1892: Mrs. Edith 
Snow. 



PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES. 



193 



Springfield — Atalanta; 1892: Mrs. 
Julia Turner. 

Casmian: 1877: Julia E. Smith. 

Woman's; 1884; Mrs. Louise T. Allen. 

Woman's Political; ; Mrs. Stewart 

Anderson. 

Stock bridge— Tuesday; 1890; Mrs. 
F. Hoffman. 

Sunderland— Woman's; ; Mrs. A. 

E. Sanderson. 

Swam pscott— Woman's; 1888; Mrs. 
Nellie D. Bartlett. 

Taunton- Octagon: 1892; Miss L. S. 
Freeman. 

Turner's Falls— (Montague); Mon- 
day Afternoon*; 1893; Mrs. P. Far well, 
Pre*. 

Wakefield— Kosmos; 1895; Miss 
Karry H. Clapp. 

Walpole — Woman's; 1893; Mrs. 
Daniels, Pres. 

Waltham— Woman's; ; Mrs. Ida 

L. Gibbs. 

Ware— Social Science; 1885; Mrs. W. 
H. Hall. 

Warren— Tuesday: ; Mrs. Caroline 

E. Lincoln. 



Watertown— Woman's; 1894; Miss 
Mary H. Howard. 

Wellesley Hills — Woman's; 1890; 
Mrs. Alice C. Leslie. 

Westuoro— Current Literature; 1894; 
Miss Grace E. Morse. 

Journey; 1893; Miss Lucy E. Allen. 

Weymouth— Monday; 1896; Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth B. Pratt. 

South Weymouth — Old Colony: 
1897; Mrs. Elizabeth W. Newell. 

Winchester— Floral Emblem; 1894; 
Miss Mary W. Ide. 

Fortnightly; 1881; Mrs. Electa P. 
Sherman. _ 

WiNTHRop — Popular Authors: ; 

Mrs. C. A. Hawkes. 

Woman's; 1S97; Mrs. Alice D. Rich. 

Worurn— Woman's; 1898; Mrs. Carrie 
G. Richardson. 

Worcester— Home; 1893; Mrs. G. W. 
Woodbury. 

Mount Holyoke; 1875; Miss Grace B. 
Baker. 

Woman's; 1880: Miss Cora L. Greene. 



PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES. 



Sons of the American Revolu- 
tion. 

massachusetts suciety. 

(Organized April 19, 1889.) 

President, Francis II. Appletou, Pea- 
body. 

Registrar, Herbert W. Kimball, 28 
State St., Boston. 

Subordinate Chapters. 

"Old Salem" (Oct. 3, lSOo); Secre- 
tary, Charles F. Hopes. 

"Boston" (Oct. 3, 18'Jo); Secretary, 
Charles S. Parsons. 

"George Washington" (Oct. 31, 1805), 
Springfield; Secretary, Arthur I. 
Nash. 

"Old Middlesex" (Jan. 19, 1896), Low- 
ell; Secretary, Horace S. Bacon. 

"Old Essex" (Feb. 7, 189C), Lynn; 
Secretary, Howard K. Sanderson. 

"Old Colony" (April 17, 1890), Ply- 
mouth; Secretary, William S. Dan- 
forth. 

"Old Suffolk" (Feb. 3, 1897), Chel- 
sea; Secretary, Edwin S. Crandon. 

"Worcester" (April 12, 1897); Secre- 
tary, Charles T. Tatnian. 

"Newton" (May 7, 18!)7>, Newton; 
Secretary, David W. Farquhar. 

"Col. James Frye" (May 7, 1897), 
Lawrence; Secretary, Benjamin C. 
Ames. 

"Berkshire" (June 4, 1897), Pitts- 
neld; Secretary, Kollin II. Cooke. 

"ltobert Treat Paine" (Sept. 3, 
1S;>7), Taunton; Secretary, Dudley 
M. Hartman. 

"Wntertown" (Nov. 5, 1897); Secre- 
tary, W. M. Otis. 



"Washington Elm" (March 4, 1898), 
Cambridge; Secretary, Kay Greene 
Huling. 

Sons of the Revolution, 
massachusetts society. 

(Organized Oct. 1, 1891.) 

President, Frank Harrison Briggs, 
Boston; Secretary, Henry Dexter 
Warren, Haddon Hall, Boston. 

Daughters of the American 
Revolution 

State Regent, Miss Sara W. Dag- 
gett, Ho' Commonwealth av., Bos- 
ton; Treasurer, Miss Floretta Vining, 
Parker House, Boston; Secretary, 
Miss Mary A. Simonds, 32 Centre 
St., Brookline; Historian, Mrs. Ed- 
ward S. Robinson, Clinton and Sum- 
ner roads, Brookline. 

Subordinate Chapters. 
Amherst, "Mary Mattoon." Regent, 

Mrs. Mabel L. Todd. 
Barre, "Barre." Regent, Mrs. Geo. 

W. Cook. 
Boston, "Abigail Adams." Regent, 
Mrs. Albert Thorndike, 287 Marl- 
borough. 
Boston, "Boston Tea Party." Re- 
gent, Mrs. Lucia G. Kendall, 15G3 
Massachusetts av., Cambridge. 
Boston, "Bunker Hill." Regent, Mrs. 
A. Lincoln Rowers, 4 Pentield, Ros- 
lindale. 
Boston, "John Adams." Regent, 
Miss Floretta Vining, Parker 
House. 
Boston, "Old North Church." Re- 



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194 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



gent, Mrs. L. A. L. Morrison, 20 

Common. 
Boston, "Old South." Regent, Mrs. 

Laura W. Fowler, 107 Huntington 

ave. 
Boston, "Paul Jones." Regent, Mrs. 

C. Mabel Beaman, 17 Woodlawn, 

Roxbury. 
Boston, "Paul Revere." Regent, 

Mrs. E. Everett Holbrook, Hol- 

brook. 
Boston, "The Liberty Tree." Re- 
gent, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, 241 

Beacon. __ 

Boston, "Warren and Prescott." Re- 
gent, Mrs. Samuel Eliot, 44 Brim- 
mer. 
East Boston, "General Benjamin 

Lincoln." -Regent, Mrs. Joseph Ii. 

Barnes, 101 Trenton. E. B. 
Brockton, "Deborah Sampson." Re- 
gent, Mrs. George F. Littlefieid, 20 

Waverly. 
Brookline, "Hannah Goddard." R* 1 - 
. gent, Miss Ellen Chase, Rawson 

road. 
Brookline, "Johanna Aspinwall." 

Regent, Mrs. George H. Francis, 

20o Walnut. 
Cambridge, "Hannah Winthrop." 

Regent, Mrs. Wm. F. Bradbury, 

300 Harvard. 
Chelsea, "Capt. Samuel Sprague." 

Regent, Mrs. Electa A. Brown, M. 

D., 300 Broadway. 
Cohasset, "Col. Thomas Lothrop.'' 

Regent, Mrs. Oliver H. Howe. 
Concord. "Old Concord." Regent, 

Mrs. Herman P. Osgood, Thoreau 

St. 

Danvers, "Gen. Israel Putnam." Re- 
gent, Mrs. Evelyn F. Masury. 

Easthampton, "Submit Clarke." Re- 
gent, Mrs. Chas. H. Johnson. 

Edgartown, "Martha's Vineyard." 
Regent, Mrs. Frederiek Warren, 
330 Commonwealth av., Boston. 

Fall River, '•Quequeechan." Regent, 
Miss Mary L. Holmes, 381 Pine. 

Fitchburg. "Fitchburg." Regent. 
Mrs. Caroline. B. Tufts, 411 Main. 

Framingham. "Framinghnm." Re- 
gent, Mrs. Elisha M. White. 

Gloucester. "Lucy Knox." Regent, 
Mrs. Geo. H. Newell, Hovey. 

Greenfield, "Dorothy Quinc.y Han- 
cock." Regent. Mrs. Adam ('. 
Dean, 154 Main. 

Hingham. "Old Colony." 
Mrs. J. Henry Robbins. 

Lawrence. "Betsey Ross.' 
Mrs. Clarence M. Dyer, 
ford. 

Lexington, "Lexington." 
M.rs. James Van Ness. East Lex. 

Lowell. "Molly Vannim." Regent, 
Mrs. Thomas' Nesmith. 

Lowell. "<Md Bay State." Regent, 
Miss Rosalie A. AVillisims, 100 Liv- 
ingston av. 



Regent, 



Regent. 
02 Brad- 



Regent, 



Marlborough, "General Joseph Bad- 
ger." Regent, Mrs. Hattie M. Man- 
ning, 00 Highland. 

Medford, "Sarah Bradlee Fulton." 
Regent, Mrs. Charles H. Loomis, 
40 Oakland. 

Miethuen, "Samuel Adams." Regent, 
Mrs. Lewis E. Barnes. 

Nantucket. "Abijah Folper Frank- 
lin." Regent, Miss Sarah W. W. 
Smith. 

Newburyport, 
gent, Mrs. 
Green. 

North Adams, 
Regent, Mrs. 

Northampton, 
gent, Mrs. G 



"Old Newbury." 
Edith R. Wills 



Re- 
31 



'Fort Massachusetts." 
Andrew A. Richmond. 
"Betty Allen." Re- 
lee rge W. Cable. 

Pepperell, "Prudence Wright." Re- 
Kent, Miss Mary L. I*. Shattuck. 

Pittsheld, "Peace Party." Regent, 
Mrs. James B. Crane, Dalton. 

Somervillo, "Anne Adams Tufts." 
Regent. Mrs. Charles J. M, Heald, 
438 Broadway. 

Springfield, "Mercv Warren." Re- 
gent. Mrs. Alex. S. M' Clean, 40 
Bliss. 

Taunton. "Lvdia Cobb." Regent, 
Mrs. Francis E. Gibbs, 32 Harri- 
son. 

Uxbridge, "TJxbridge." Regent, Mrs. 
Catherine Capron. 

Vineyard Haven, "Sea Coast 
fence." Regent, Mrs. Howes 
ris, Cottage City. 

Waltluvm, "Dorothy Brewer." 
gent, Mrs. Fred J. Smiley, .';0 
con. 

Water town, "Water town." 
Mrs. Alice M. Silsbee. 43 

West (S'cwton, "Lucy Jacks 
gent, Miss Fanny P.. Alb 

West Roxbury, "Mary Di 
gent, Mrs. E. II. Alien. 203 Temple. 

Weymouth, "Susannah Tufts." Re- 
gent. Miss Susan C. Richards. 

Worcester. "Colonel Timothy Bige- 
low." Regent, Mrs. C. Van D. 
Chenoweth. 

Daughters of the Revolution. 

State society office, room 823, Tre- 
mont building, Boston. Mass Sarah 
E. Hunt, regent; Mrs. J. F. Heck- 
man, recording secretary; Mrs. Alice 
B. Dyer, corresponding secretary; 
Mrs. George C. Houghton, treasurer. 

Subordinate Chapters. 
"Third Plantation." Lynn (April 3, 

1805). Secretary, Mrs. Carrie M. 

Sanderson, 040 Western av. 
"Mary Warren," Roxbury (June 17, 

ISO,')). Secretary, M.iss A. L. Ba- 
ker. 231 Warren st. 
"North Bridge," Salem (Julv 2. 1801'. 

Secretary, Mrs. Robert E. Hill, 8 

Margin st. 
"Nathaniel Gage," Bradford (Nov. 

23, 1805). Secretary, Mis. Alice C. 

Savary, Groveland. 



De- 
No r- 



Re- 
Bea- 



Regenir, 

Main, 
ion." Re- 
•n. 
iper." Re- 



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•Mercy Savory," Groveland iNov. 23, 
180">f. Secretary, Miss Aphia T. 
Spoft'ord. 

"Adams," Quincy (Jan. :7. lS9fi>. 
Secretary, Mrs. Win. F. Cnmmings, 
7 Clive St., Atlantic. 

"Deborah Sampson," Lawrence 
(March 12, 189G). Secretary. Mrs. 
Fred N. Abbott, :»0 Thorndike st. 

"Dorothy Q.," Boston (April 10, 
18D0). Secretary, Mrs. Charles At- 
kinson, 848 Beacon st. 

"Nathaniel Tracy," Newburyport 
(May 9, 1896). Secretary, Miss 
Edith M. Howe. 

•Josiah Bartlett," Amesbury (June 6, 
1896). Secretary, Mrs. Wm. Gi*ay, 
120 Main st. 

"Phoebe Foxcroff Phill ps," Andover 
(June 13, 1896). Secretary, Mrs. 
Frances W. Abbott. 

"Isaac Gardner," Brookline (June 18, 
1896). Secretary, Mrs. Abel Saw- 
yer. 125 Toxteth st. 

"Bancroft," Worcester (June 24. 
1890). Secretary, Mrs. Alice Nor- 
cross Gross, 23 May st. 

"Sarah Hull," Newton (Oct. 3. 1896). 
Secretary, Mrs. Freelan O. Stanley, 
Hunnewell a v. 

"Capt. Thomas Kempton," New Bed- 
ford (Oct. 21, 1890). Secretary, 
Mrs. Caroline F. Austin, 06 Hill- 
man st. 

"Marv Wade," Ipswich (Nov. 14, 
1896). Secretary, Mrs. Mary S. C. 
Peabody, Meeting House Green. 

"Methuen." Methuen (Feb. 5, 1897). 
At present no secretary. 

"Rufus Putnam," Dorchester (Feb. 
11. 1897). Secretary, Mrs. George 
B. Darrow. 22 Sarpent St., Roxbury. 



"Judith Badger Cogswell," Haver- 
hill (Feb. 13, 1897). Mrs. Oliver 
Taylor, regent, GO White st. 

"Deliverance Monroe," Everett (Mar. 
9. 1897). Secretary, Mrs. G. W. 
Wliittemoro, 11 Dyer a v. 

"Fairbanks," Dedham (April 12, 
1897). Secretary, Miss Clara E. 
Fairbanks, 130 Huntington av., 
Boston. 

"Peter Faneuil," Allston (June 12, 
1897). Secretary, Miss Grace Dow, 
14 Harvard a v. 

"Winnisimmet," Chelsea (Nov. 11, 
1897). Secretary, Mrs. James K. 
Freeman, 122 Cottage st., Everett. 

"Abigail Smith," Wevmonth (March 
8, 1898). Secretary,' Miss Dora E. 
Smith, East Weymouth. 

"Prospect Hill," Somerville (March 
14, 1898). Secretary, Miss Emma 
M. Moore, 82 Myrtle st. 

"Dorchester Heights," South Bos- 
ton (June 14, 189S). Secretary, 
Mrs. Alice Mi. Robinson, 572 Broad- 
way. 

"Hannah Pearl," West Boxford 
(Sept. 13, 1898). Secretary^ Mrs. 
R. M. P. Webster. 

"Martha Washington," Boston (Jan. 
19, 1S99). Secretary, Mrs. Irene L. 
Walker, 78 Westland av. 

"Washington Elm," Cambridge (Feb. 
1. 1899). Regent, Mrs. Maud F. 
Wason, 7 Walnut av. 

"Bethiah Sampson." Peabody (Mar. 
13, 1899). Secretary, 

"Fitchburg," Fitchburg (May 11, 
1899). Secretary, Mrs. Sarah C. 
Brown. 



SECRET, FRATERNAL AND OTHER SOCIETIES. 



American benefit society. Office 
of Supreme Lod>re. No. 2 Pari? square, 
Boston, Mass. President, Dr. Charles 
H. Burr, Boston : Secretary, Norman P. 
Cormack, 2 Park square. Boston : Treas- 
urer. Dr. Josiah W. Pall. Boston. Bien- 
nial session in April, 1901. 48 subordi- 
nate bodies in Mass., with 2177 mem- 
bers. 

American Legion of Honor. Grand 
Council of Mass. Grand Commander, 
Nathan C. Morse, Worcester: Grand 
Secretary, T. A. Crawford. 661 E. Fourth 
street, Boston: Grand Treasurer, Wm. 
G. Hanna, 206 Huntington avenue, Box- 
ton. 

American Order Fraternal Help- 
eks. Office General Grand Lodge, 120 
Tremont street, Boston. General Grand 
President, Hon. Samuel P. Tenney, 
Chelsea : General Grand Secretary, 
Joshua C. Simmons, 120 Tremont street. 
Hoston : General Grand Treasurer, Ezra 
O. Winsor, Chelsea. 37 subordinate bod- 
ies in Mass., with 2500 members. An- 
nual meeting 4th Wednesday in June, 
iww. 



American Order Scottish Clans. 
Eoyal Chief, James Henderson, Ded- 
ham: Royal Treasurer, Charles Thom- 
son. Boston; Royal Secretary, W. Kelso 
Campbell, Cambridpeport; Royal Coun- 
selor.. Peter H. Lawson,JBrook*line. v -.J 

Ancient Order of Cnited Work- 
men. Headquarters Grand Lodpe of 
Mass., 12 Walnut street, Boston. Grand 
Master Workman. Nathan Crary, Chico- 
pee; Grand Recorder, J. Edward Burtt, 
Boston : Grand Receiver, Thomas F. 
Temple, Boston. 

Daughters of Veterans. Depart- 
ment of Massachusetts. President. Miss 
M. Elizabeth Kimball, 47 High street, 
Fitchburg: Secretary, Miss Edith Chap- 
man. Fitchburg; Treasurer. Mrs. Cora 
E. Reed, 53 Charles street, Boston. 

Foresters of America. Grand Court 
of Mass. Grand Ch ief Ranr/er, Daniel F. 
Fitzgerald, Worcester; Grand Treas- 
urer, W. H. Harridan, Lowell; Grand, 
Financial Secretary, James J. Gallagher, 
Lowell ; Grand Recording Secretary, J. 
S. Anderson, Worcester. 



German Order of harugari (D. O. 
H.). Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. 
G. Bai'de, Frank II. Bockelmann, Bos- 
ton : Grand Secretary, William E. Seholl, 
34 Camden street ; Grand Treasurer, 
Robert Kausch, East Boston. 52 subor- 
dinate bodies ; 2240 members. Meetings 
first week in August and first week in 
February. 

Grand Army of the Republic. 
Department of Massachusetts. Head- 
quarters State House, Boston. Com- 
mander, John E. Oilman, Boston : As- 
sistant Adjutant General, Edward P. 
Preble, IJoston ; Assistant Quartermaster 
General, John Anderson, Belchertown. 
Annual meeting in February. "313 sub- 
ordinate bodies in Mass., with 20,160 
members. 

Home Circle. Headquarters of Su- 
preme Council, 120 Ti-emont street, 
Boston. Supreme Leader, W. E. Wood, 
Utica, New York; Supreme Secretary, 
Julius M. Swain. 120 Tremont street, 
Boston; Supreme Treasurer, John Haskell 
Butler, 244 Washington street, Boston. 
Annual meeting third Wednesday in 
June. 

Grand Council of Massachusetts. 
Annual meeting first Tuesday in May. 
Grand Leader, Charles P. Battelle, Som- 
erville ; Grand Secretary, Frank E. Bur- 
bank, 987 Washington street, Boston. 

Improved Order of Red Men. 
Great Council of Massachusetts. Head- 
quarters, 18 Boylston street, Boston. 
Great Sachem, Alfred E. Steele, North- 
ampton ; Great Chief of liecords. Wil- 
liam Scampton. 18 Boylston street, Bos- 
ton; Great Keeper of Wampum, Fred. 
Dobie, Everett. Annual meeting last 
Thursday in August. 107 subordinate 
bodies in Mass.. with 10,1)87 members. 

Independent Order of Good 
Templars. Grand Lodge of Massachu- 
setts. Annual session in April of each 
year. Grand Chief Templar, R. B. Si- 
monds, Middleboro; Grand Secretary, 
Mrs. Sarah A. Leonard, 36 Bromtieid 
street, Boston; Grand Treasurer, Walter 
L. Hatheway, Brockton. 

Independent Order of Odd Fel- 
lows. Odd Fellows' building, 515 Tre- 
mont street, Boston. Grand Lodge. An- 
nual meeting first Thursday in Septem- 
ber. Grand Master, Charles Q. Tirrell, 
Natick: Grand Secretary. John U. Per- 
kins, Boston; Grand Treasurer, J. Law- 
rence Martin, East Boston. 237 subor- 
dinate bodies in Mass., with 51,340 mem- 
bers. 

Grand Encampment. Grand Patriarch, 
Clarence B. Caswell. Boston; Grand 
Scribe, John U. Perkins, 515 Tremont 
street, Boston: (.rand Treasurer, Na- 
thaniel A. Very. Salem, si subordinate 
bodies in Mass.. with 10.825 members. 
Annual meeting February 7, 1900. 

Patriarchs Militant. Brig. General, 
Edgar H. Emerson, 30 Boylston street, 
Boston. 

Independent Women Voters. 
Headquarters, 36 Bromfleld street. Bos- 
ton. President, Sarah J. Boyden; Sec- 



retary, Anna E. Stoddard; Treasurer, 
Mary E. McField. 

King's Daughters and Sons. Mas- 
sachusetts Branch— Headquarters, 36 
Bromfield street, Boston. Secretary, 
Eliza Tra.sk Hill, Boston; Treasurer, 
Eliza J. Wentworth, Hyde Park. 

Knights of the Golden Eagle. 
Grand Castle of Massachusetts. Grand 
Chief, L. M. Marsters, 250 Highland ave- 
nue, Haverhill; Grand Master of liecords, 
J. B. Roberts, Somerville; Grand K. of 
E., A. II. Dolbeare, Oxford street. Lynn. 
Annual meeting second Tuesday in May. 
18 subordinate organizations, with .hOO 
members. 

Knights of Honor. Headquarters 
Grand Lodge of Mass., 730 Washington 
street, Boston. Grand Dictator. Henry 
A Kidder, 730 Washington street, Bos- 
ton; Grand Reporter, E. Granville Pratt. 
730 Washington street, Boston; Grand 
Treasurer, George E. Richardson. 130 
subordinate lodges in Mass., with 5800 
members. 

Knights and Ladies of Honor. 
Headquarters Grand Lodge of Mass., 
228 Tremont street, Boston. Grand Pro- 
tector, C. V. Blanchard. Somerville; 
Grand Vice- Protector, Mrs. M. Currier, 
Everett; Grand Secretary, Samuel Hath- 
away, 228 Tremont street, Boston; Grand 
Treasurer, E. F. Roberts. Medford. An- 
nual meeting May 8, 1900. 31 subordi- 
nate bodies in Mass., with 2963members. 

Knights of Pythias. Headquarters. 
Grand Lodge, 159A Tremont street, 
Boston. Grand Chancellor, Charles L. 
Young, Springfield; Grand Vice Chan- 
cellor, Frank R. Hayden, Worcester; 
Grand Keeper of Records and Seal, Chas. 
A. Cross. Lowell. Annual meeting 
fourth Wednesday in May. 135 subor- 
dinate bodies in Mass., with 14,474 mem- 
bers. 

Massachusetts Anti-Double Tax- 
ation League. Headquarters, 6 Bea- 
aon street, Boston. President, Hon. 
William B. Durant: Secretary, Joseph 
E. Woods; "Treasurer, Horatio G. Curtis. 

Massachusetts Catholic Ohder 
of Foresters, 17 Worcester street. 
Boston. High Court meets regularly 
fourth Wednesday in April. High Chief 
Banger, Col. Thomas F. Doherty; High 
Secretary-Treasurer, James j. Mc- 
Laughlin, 17 Worcester street, Boston. 
154 subordinate bodies in Mass., with 
12,000 members. 

Massachusetts Society for Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to animals. 
Headquarters, 19 Milk street. J'r< si, lent, 
George T. Angell. Boston; Secretary,!. 
L. Stevens; Tit usurer, Henry B. Hill. 

Massachusetts Society for Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Children. 
Headquarters, 15 Pemberton square, 
Boston: President, Thornton K. Lothrop; 
I reasurer, Cha rles F. Atkinson ; St cretary 
and General Agent, Frank B. Fay. An- 
nual meeting second Tuesday in Jan- 
uary. 400 agents in Mass. 



SECRET, r'KATliaKJNAij ainju winn.n, ouwiiiirio. 



197 



Massachusetts State Guange, P. 
or H. Master, W. C. Jewett, Worcester; 
Lecturer, Geo. S. Ladd, Sturbrklge; 
Treasurer, F. A Harrington, Worcester; 
Chaplain, Rev. C. S. Walker. Amherst; 
Secretary, Wm. N. Howard, South Eas- 
ton. Annual meeting second Tuesday in 
December. 

Massachusetts Total, abstinence 
Society. Headquarters, 36 Bi-omneld. 
street, Boston. President, Hon. John D. 
Long, Hingham: Secretary, Rev. Alfred 
Noon, 36 Bromiield street, Boston; 
Treasurer, Benjamin R. Jewell, Stone- 
ham, 

Massachusetts Woman's Chius- 
tian Temperance Union. Head- 
quarters, 14 Beacon street, room 105, 
Boston. Preside /it, Mrs. Katharine L. 
Stevenson: Corresponding Secretary, 
Mrs. Harriette D. Walker: Recording 
Secretary, Mrs. Helen G. Rice; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. Amelia H. Wood. Annual 
meeting in October. 311 subordinate 
bodies in Mass., with about 12.000 mem- 
bers. 

Massachusetts Woman's Suf- 
frage Association. Headquarters. 3 
Park street, Boston. President, Mrs. 
Mary A. Livermore, Melrose: Secretary, 
Henry B. Blackwell, 3 Park street, 
Boston. 

Masonic Societies. Masonic Build- 
ing, corner Tremont and Boylston 
streets, Boston. Grand Lodge of Massa- 
chusetts. Grand Master, Charles C. 
Hutchinson, Lowell: Grand Treasurer, 
John Carr, Roxbury; Recording Grand 
Secretary, Sereno U. Nickerson, Cam- 
bridge, office, Masonic Building, Boston; 
Corresponding Grand Secretary, W. L. 
Richardson, M. D., Boston. xYnnual 
meeting in December. 

Grand Royal Arch Chapter. Grand 
High Priest, Warren B. Ellis, Boston; 
Grand Treasurer, Eugene A. Holton, 
Boston; Grand Secretary, J. Gilman 
Waite, 28 School street, Boston. 74 sub- 
ordinate bodies in Mass., with 15,557 
members. 

Grand Council Royal and Select 
Masters. Annual meeting second Wed- 
nesday of December. M. I. Grand 
Master, Samuel G- Lyman, 17 Milk street, 
Boston: Grand Recorder, J Gilman 
Waite, 28 School street, Boston: Grand 
Treasurer, Charles W. Romney, Bos- 
ton. 26 subordinate bodies in Mass., 
with 6024 members. 

Grand Commanderv, K. T., of Mass. 
and R. 1., 28 School street. Meetings 
in May and October. Grand Com- 
mander, Geo. L. Shepley, Providence, 
R. I.; Grand Treasurer, jas. H. Upham, 
Dorchester; Grand Recorder, Benjamin 

W. Rowell, 28 School street, Boston. 46 
subordinate bodies in Mass. and R. I., 

with 12,734 members. 
Prince Hall Grand Lodge (colored) of 

Massachusetts. Grand Master, Wm. G. 

Butler, West Medford: Grand Secretary, 

Ncnj. C. Hazel, 71 Washington street, 

Cambridge; Grand Treasurer, William 

H. Robinson, Boston. 



Minute Men of '61. Annual meet- 
ing held Apr. 15. President, Geo. W. 
Nason, 21 School street, Boston; Sec- 
retary, James H. Griggs, 4 Albion place, 
Charlestown; Treasurer, J. Prank 
Giles, 20 Hawley street, Boston. Mem- 
bership, about 1200. 

New England Association of 
School Superintendents. Annual 
meeting in May. President, Mary S. 
Snow, Bangor, Me.: Vice-President. 
Benjamin Baker. Newport, R I.: Secre- 
tary -and Treasurer, Walter H. Small, 
Chelsea, Mass. Number of Superinten- 
dents at last report (May, lS'.^j-^wiim 
18, New Hampshire 11, Vermont 13,'Mas- 
sachusetts 173, Rhode Island 22, Connec- 
ticut 23. 

New England Order of Pro- 
tection. Headquarters, 1 Somerset 
street, Boston. Grand Lodge of Massa- 
chusetts. Grand Wan/en, James H. 
Flint, Weymouth: Grand Secretary, 
Eben S. Hinckley, Boston : Grand "Treas- 
urer, Daniel E. Frasier, Cambrid^eport. 
Annual meeting second Wednesday in 
March. 105 subordinate bodies in Mass., 
with a membership of 12.000. 

New England Sabbath Protec- 
tive League. President, Hon. George 
F. Hoar, Worcester; Secretary, Rev. M. 
D. Kneeland, 28 School street, Boston. 

Order ofthk Eastern Star. Grand 
Chapter of Mass. Grand Matron, Mrs. 
Isa R. Gallup, North Adams; Grand 
Patron, Henry Spavin, Revere; Grand 
Secretary, Daniel Seagiave, Worcester: 
Grand Treasurer, Mrs. Lona L. Good- 
enough, Easthampton. Next annual 
meeting second Thursday in May. 60 
chapters in Mass., with a membership 
of 6804. 

Order «of Scottish Clans. Grand 
Clan of Massachusetts. Grand Chief, 
Dr. R. Disbrow, Boston: Grand Secre- 
tary. Walter Ballantyne. Roxbury; 
Grand Treasurer, John Irvine, Taunton. 
Annual meeting in Worcester February 
22, 1900. 

Order of Sons of St. George. 
Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Grand 
President. Robert Kershaw, 733 Broad- 
way. South Boston: Grand Secretary, 
John W. C. Sargent, 272 Western avenue, 
Cambrid^report: Grand Treasurer, Lau- 
rence Davenport, Lawrence. 

Patriotic Order Sons of America. 
Washington Camp, No. 4, 32 Central 
square, East Boston. State President, H. 
M. Watts. East Boston: State Secretary, 
Nathaniel Bolter, East Boston; State 
Treasurer, Wm. G. Mason, Boston. 

Republican Club of Massachu- 
setts. Headquarters, 19 Milk street, 
Boston. ['resident, Elihu B. Haves, 
Lynn; Secretary, Augustus P. Gardner, 
Hamilton; Treasurer. A. Lithgow Dev- 
ens, Hamilton: Assistant Secretary, Ed- 
ward E. Mansfield, Boston. 

royal Arcanum, Oihce of Grand 
Council of Massachusetts, 505 Tremont 
Building, Boston. Annual meeting in 
April. Grand Regent, F. W. Dickin- 



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son, Sprinpfield: Grand Secretary, Her- 
bert A. Boynton, Newtonville; Grand 
Treasurer, W. L. Kelt, Boston. 154 
councils; 17,332 members. 

Roanoke Association. Annual 
meeting held in February. President, 
Wm. E. Richardson; Secretary, James 
Thompson, Custom House, Boston; 
Treasurer, Geo rye W. Nason, 21 School 
street, Boston. 

Royal, Society or Good Fellows. 
Grand Ruler, Edward Hart. Holyoke : 
Grand Secretary, James E. Moore, Jr., 
200 Summer street. Boston: Grand 
Treasurer, Thomas L. Ferris, 87 Milk 
street, Boston. Annual meeting third 
Tuesday in March. 

Society of Colonial Wars in the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
Governor, Arthur J. C. Sowdon; Deputy 
Governor, Hosea M. Knowlton; Secre- 
tary, Edward W. McGlenen; Deputy 
Secretary, Charles S. Parsons; 'Treas- 
urer, Abijah Thompson. 

Society of Mayflower Descend- 
ants in Massachusetts. Governor. 
Gamaliel Bradford: Captain. Myles 
Standish ; Secretary. George E. Bowman. 
623 Tremont Building, Boston; Treas- 
urer, Marcus Morton. 

Sons of Temperance. Annual ses- 
sion Grand Division of Massachusetts is 
held in Boston on the third Wednesday 
of April. Grand Worthy Patriarch. W. 
H. Williams, Lynn; Grand Scribe, Chas. 
E. Dennett, 3(3 Bromtield street, room 15. 
Boston; Grand Treasurer. Annie M. 
Nixon, 4 Holborn terrace, Boston. 

Sons of Veterans. Department of 
Massachusetts. Headquarters. 148 Green 
street, Melrose Highlands. Commander. 
Geo. N. Howard: Adjutant. Orange H. 
Cook; Quartermaster. F. W. Stautial. 
Annual meeting in February. 



Union Veterans' Union. Depart- 
ment of Massachusetts. Headquarters. 
Brockton. JJept. Commander, Major Gen- 
eral Walter L. French. Brockton; Ad- 
jutant General, John Mandeville, 50 Main 
street, Brockton; Quartermaster Gen- 
eral, Charles A. Blanchard, Maiden. An- 
nual meeting in October. 

United American Mechanics. 
Headquarters State Council, 10 Buffum 
street, Salem. State Councilor, William 
S. Mclntire, Salem: State Council Secre- 
tary, Frank R. Tuttle, 10 Buffum street. 
Salem; State Council Treasurer, Daniel 
Parlin. Worcester. Annual meeting Feb- 
ruary 22d. 00 subordinate bodies in 
Mass.. with 7000 members. 

United Order of the Golden 
Cross. Headquarters, 27 School street. 
Boston. Grand Commandery of Massa- 
chusetts. Grand Commander. Charles 
Steere. Hingham: Grand Keeper of Rec- 
ords, J. B. Trueworthy. 90 Prescott 
street, Lowell: Treasurer, H.N. Acker- 
man. 27 School street. Boston. Annual 
meeting in April. 127 subordinate bodies 
in Mass.. with 10,300 members. 

United Order of the Pilgrim 
Fathers. Supreme Gore/nor, J. Scollay 
Taft. Keene. X. H. : Su prune Secretary. 
James E. Shepard. 292 Essex street. 
Lawrence: Supreme Treasurer, Albert 
V. Bugbee, Lawrence. Annual meeting 
first Wednesday in April. 14H subordi- 
nate bodies in Mass., with 18.000 mem- 
bers. 

Woman's Relief Corps. Auxiliary 
to the Grand Army of the Republic. De- 
partment of Massachusetts. Head- 
quarters, 657 Washington street. Boston. 
President. Angie A. Robinson, Worces- 
ter; , Secretary. Mary E. Elliott. Soiner- 
ville; Treasurer. Sarah E. Fuller, Med- 
ford. 170 subordinate corps; 14,000 mem- 
bers. 



JURY DUTY. 



Persons Qualified. — All persons 
qualified to vote in the choice of rep- 
resentatives to the General Court. 

Persons Exempted. — Governor, lieu- 
tenant governor, secretary of Com- 
monwealth, members of governor's 
Council, members of State Legisla- 
ture during the session, judges and 
justices of any court, county and 
special commissioners, clerks and as- 
sistant clerks, and all regularly op- 
pointed officers of any of the courts 
of the United States, registers of 
probate and insolvency and of deeds, 
sheriffs and their deputies, consta- 
bles. United States marshals and 
their deputies, and all other officers 
of the United States, attorneys, set- 



tled clergymen, officers of colleges, 
teachers in incorporated academies, 
practicing physicians and surgeons, 
cashiers of incorporated banks, con 
stant ferrymen all over sixty-five 
years old, members of the militia, 
members of the Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery, superintendents, of- 
ficers and assistants in state hospit- 
als and institutions, keepers of light- 
houses, conductors and engineers of 
railroad trains, teachers in public 
schools, and members of the Boston 
Fire Department and fire departments 
<>f other cities or towns, providing 
the city councils or inhabitants of the 
towns so vote. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 



For Academies, Business Colleges and Private Schools, see under "Schools" in each town and city. 



COLLEGES. 

Amherst— Amherst College. Inc. 1825. 
Pres. — Vacancy. 

Massachusetts Agricultural College. 
Inc. 1863. Pres., Henry fl. Goodell. 

Boston — Bostou College. Inc. 1863. 
Pres., Rev. Timothy Brosnahan, 761 Har- 
rison av. 

Boston Dental College. Dean. J. A. 
Follett, A. B.. M. D. 563 Tremont st. 

Boston University. Inc. 1869. Pres., 
Win. F.Warren, LL. D. 12 Somerset st. 
College of Liberal Arts; Dean, Win. 
E. Huntington. Ph. D.. 12 Somerset st. 
School of All Sciences. 12 Somerset st. 
School of Law: Dean, Edmund H.Ben- 
nett, LL. D., 10 Ashburton pi. School 
of Medicine (Horn.): Dean, I. Tisdale 
Talbot, M: D.. East Concord st. School 
of Theology (Meth.); founded in 1*47 in 
Concord, N.H. ; removed to Boston, 1867: 
Dean, Marcus D. Bucil, S. T. D., 72 Mt. 
Vernon st. College of Physicians and 
Surgeons (Regular); Dean, W.S. Brown, 
M. D., 517 Shawmut av. Bussy Institute 
School of Agriculture and Horticulture: 
Dean, Francis H. Starer, S. B.. A. M., 
Jamaica Plain. 

Harvard University Dental School. 
Dean, Thomas H. Chandler. A. M., D. M. 
D. Foot North Grove st. 

Harvard Medical College (Regular). 
Dean, Wm. L. Richardson, A. M., M. D. 
688 Boylston st. 

Harvard School of Veterinary Medi- 
cine. 52 Piedmont st. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
Inc. 1861. 491 Boylston st. 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. 
Dean, C. C. Williams, M. D. St. Botolph 
St., cor. Garrison st. 

Tufts College Medical School. 455 
Shawmut a v. 

Cambridge — Harvard University. 
Founded 1636. Pres., Charles W. Eliot, 
LL. D. College of Arts and Sciences: 
Dean, James M. Peirce. A. M. Law- 
rence Scientific School; Dean, Nathan- 
iel S. Shaler. S. D. Divinity School 
(Unitarian); Dean, Charles C. Everett. 
LL. D. Law School; Dean, C. C. Lang- 
dell, LL. D. 

Radclitle College. Opened as Harvard 
Annex 1882. chartered as college 1894. 
Pres., Mrs. E. C. Agassiz. 

Medford— Tufts College. Inc. 1850. 
£'>*'•, Rev. Elmer H. Capen, D. D. 
College of Letters; Dean, John P. Mar- 
shall, A. M. Divinity School (Uni- 
versalist); Dean, Rev. Charles H. Leon- 
ard. D. D. Medical School (Regular); 
Dean, John L. Hildreth, A. B., M. D. 74 
Boylston st., Boston. 

Northampton— Smith College. Inc. 
1871. Pres., Rev. L. Clark Seelye, LL. D. 

South Hadley— Mt. Holvotie College. 
J-ounded as Mt. Holvoke Seminary 1836; 
inc. seminary and college 1883; college 
1893. Pres., Mrs. Elizabeth Storrs Mead, 
A. M. 



Wellesley— Wellesley College. Inc. 
1870. Pres., Mrs. Julia Josephine Irvine. 

Williamstown — Williams College. 
Chartered 1793. Pres., Franklin Carter. 

Worcester— Clark University. Inc. 
1887. Pres., G. Stanley Hall. Ph. D. 

College of the Holy Cross. Inc. 1865. 
Pres., Rev. John F. Leahy, S. J. 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Inc. 
1865. Pres., Thos. C Mendenhall, LL. D. 

NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

The general management of the several Stute Nor- 
mal Schools is vested by statute in the Board of 
Education, and nil moneys appropriated for their 
maintenance are expended under its direction. 

BR ruGE water. Opened 1840. Prin., 
Albert G. Boyden. For both sexes. 
Model School connected with Normal 
School. Prin., Albert G. Boyden. 

Fitchburg. Opened September, 1895 
Prin., John G. Thompson. For both 
sexes. 

Framingham. Opened at Lexington 
1839. Transferred to West Newton 1844, 
removed to Framinghatn 1853. Prin., 
Henry Whittemore. For women. 

Hyannis (Barnstable). Opened 1897. 
Prin., W. A. Baldwin. For both sexes. 

Lowell. Opened 1897. Prin., Frank 
F. Coburn. For both sexes. 

North Adams. Opened Jan. 1897. 
Prin., F. F. Murdock. For both sexes. 

Salem. Opened 1854. Prin., Walter 
P. Beckwith. For both sexes. 

Westfield. Opened at Barre 1839; 
suspended 1841; reopened at Westfield 
1844. Prin., Charles S. Chapin. For 
both sexes. 

Worcester. Opened 1874. Prin., E. 
Harlow Russell. For both sexes. 

Normal Art School at Boston. 
Opened 1873. Prin.. George H. Bartlett. 
For both sexes. Exeter, cor. Newbury 
st. 

SUMMER SCHOOLS. 

Amherst— Summer School of Lan- 
guages. 

Sauveur College of Languages. Sec, 
W. L. Montague. 

Boston— Mass. Institute of Technolo- 
gy. Sec. H. W. Tyler. Inst. Technology. 

Cambridge— Harvard Summer School 
of Physical Training. Sec, Dr. D. A. 
Sargent. 

Harvard University Summer School. 
Sec, Montague Chamberlain. 

Cottage City— Martha's Vineyard 
Summer Institute. Inc. 1881. Sec, A. 
C. Boyden. Bridgewater. 

Medfobd — Tufts College Summer 
School of Chemistry. Frank W. Durkee, 
Tufts College. 

NORTnri eld— World's Student Con- 
ference. 

SouTn Framingham— New England 
Chautauqua Sunday School. 

Wellesley — Wellesley Summer 
School. Sec, Dr. Helen L. Webster. 



200 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAH BOOK. 



Wood's Holl— Marine Biological Lab- 
oratory. See., Mrs. A. P. Williams, 23 

Marlborough st., Boston. 

Worcester— Clark University Sum- 
mer School. Sec, L. N. Wilson. 

TRUANT SCHOOLS. 

Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth 
Counties, at Walpole. Superintendent, 
George H. Mason; Matron, Mrs. George 
H. Mason. 

Hampshire and Franklin Coun- 
ties, at Goshen. Superintendent, W. A. 
Barrus. 



Berkshire and Hampden Counties, 
at Springfield. Superintendent, F. H. 

King. 

Suffolk County Parental School 
at West Koxbury. Superintendent, Moses 
J. Perkins. 

Worcester County, at Oakdale 
Superintendent, F. L. Johnson; Matron 
Mrs. F. L. Johnson. 

MIDDLESEX County. at North Chelms- 
ford. Superintendent, M. A. Warren. 



I 



CHURCH DENOMINATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS. 



ADVENTisTs.— Book rooms and head- 
quarters, 144 Hanover street, Boston. 
State Organization; Pres., Rev, G. F. 
Baines, Chelsea.; Sec, Rev. F. S. Stan- 
ton, New Bedford, Mass. Number of 
churches in Mass., 45, with a member- 
ship of 3-200. 

Adventists. — (Life and Advent 
Union). General headquarters, 182 State 
street, Springtield. 

Adventists— (Seventh Day). Gen- 
eral headquarters. South Lancaster. 

Baptist.— State Convention: Acting 
Pres., George M. Darby, Boston; Sec.. 
Rev. W. H. Eaton, Boston. American 
Baptist Publishing Society, 256 Wash- 
ington street. Boston. There are 336 
churches in the state, with 70,60:2 mem- 
bers and 295 pastors. Massachusetts 
Baptist Sunday School Association: 
Pres., Stephen Moore, Newton; Cor. 
Sec, Charles C. Barry, Melrose. State 
Sec, Wm. W. Main, Tremont Temple. 
Boston. 

Baptist (Free).— Massachusetts As- 
sociation: Sec, Rev. W. J. Twort, 64 
Milton street, Lawrence. Publishing 
house, 457 Shawmut avenue, Boston. 
Churches in Massachusetts, 17; mem- 
bership, 2891. 

Catholic— John Joseph Williams, 
D.D., Archbishop Archdiocese of Bos- 
ton, comprising counties of Essex. 
Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Ply- 
mouth, excepting the towns of Mat- 
tapoisett, M-arion and Wareharu. 
Thomas Daniel Beaven, D. D., Bish- 
op of Diocese of Springtield, com- 
f>rlsing counties of Berkshire, Frank- 
In, Hampshire, Hampden and Wor- 
cester. 

The Diocese of Providence, Bishop 
Matthew Harkins, D. D., includes in 
Massachusetts the counties of Bris- 
tol, Barnstable. Dukes, Nantucket, 
and Mattapoisett, Marion and Ware- 
ham In Plymouth county. 

There are 495 churches in the three 
dioceses, representing 900.000 people. 

Congregational — Denominational 
headquarters and Congregational Li- 
brary. Congregational house;, 14 Bea- 
con street, Boston. Congregational 
churches in Massachusetts, 601; minis- 
ters, 818: members of churches, 113,- 



544; Sunday school membership, 120,581; 
Christian Pmdeavor societies. 528: mem- 
bership. 37,637; Congregational societies 
with headquarters in Boston are the 
American Board (Foreign Missions), 
Massachusetts Home Missionary Socie- 
ty, Woman's Home Missionary Society, 
the City Missionary Society, the Con- 
gregational Education Society, the Con- 
gregational Sunday School and Pub- 
lishing Society, the American Congre- 
gational Association, and the Seaman's 
Friend Society. 

Episcopal. — Diocese of Massachu- 
setts: Bishop, William Lawrence, D. D. : 
Secretary of the Convention, William 
Henry Brooks, D. D., 1 Joy street, Bos- 
ton. Total parishes and missions in 
Massachusetts, 213: communicants, 38,- 
768. 

Methodist.— Massachusetts includes 
the whole of the New England Confer- 
ence and portions of the So. N. E., N. 
H.. N. Y., and Troy Conferences. Meth- 
odist book rooms, 38 Bromlield street, 
Boston. -Manager, Charles It. Magee: 
Bishop, Rev. W. F. Mallalieu. D. D.. 
Auburndale. There are 370 churches in 
the state, with a total membership of 
64,429. 

Preshyterian.— Synod of New York: 
Presbytery of Boston; slated Clerk, 
Rev. William E. Archibald, Brookline. 

Swedenrorgtan. — Massachusetts 
Association: General Pastor, John 
Worcester, Newtonville. Headquarters, 
16 Arlington street. Boston. Churches 
in Massachusetts. 20: membership, 1773. 

Unitarian.— Denominational head- 
quarters, 25 Beacon street, Boston. 
American Unitarian Association: Pres., 
Hon. Carroll D. Wright. LL. D.: Sec, 
Rev. Samuel A.. Eliot; Treas., Francis 
II. Lincoln. 

Universalist. — State Convention: 
Pres., W. D. Dennis. Salem; Sec, Rev. 
F. W. Sprague. 30 West street, Boston. 
Parishes in Massachusetts, 129, repre- 
senting about 14,429 families. 

Undenominational.— The American 
Sunday School Union has an office in 
Boston at I Beacon street. Rev. Addi- 
son P. Foster. D. D., secretary for New 
England. 



BANKS. 



NATIONAL BANKS. 
There are 250 National Banks in the State. 



Examiners— Alfred Ewer, Jeremiah Gatchell, Boston: Irving B. Sayles, 
MillburyfDANiRL C. Milks, Westminster. 



Town. 
Abington 
Adams 

Amesbury 

Amherst 

Andover 

Arlington 

Ashburnham 

Athol 

Attleboro 

Ayer 

Barnstable 

(Hyannis) 
Barke 
Beverly 
Boston 



Name of Bank. 
Abington National 
First National 
Greylock National 
Amesbury National 
Powow River National 
First National 
Andover National 
First National 
Ashburnham Bank 
Athol National 
Miller's River National 
First National 
First National 
First National 

First National 
Beverly National 
Atlantic National 

Kilby, cor. Doane 
Atlas National 

107 Sears bldg. 
Blackstone National 

132 Hanover 
Boylston National 

616 Washington 
Broadway National 

Milk, cor. Arch 
Bunker Hill National 

21 City sq., Ch. 
Central National 

141 Devonshire 
Colonial National 

88 Summer 
Commercial National 

Chamber of Commerce 
East Boston National 
Eliot National 

35 Federal 
Faneuil Hall National 

3 South Market 
First National 

17 State 
First Ward National 

1 Winthrop blk.,E. B. 
Fourth National 

34 Blackstone 
Freeman's National 

64 Summer 
Globe National 

92 State 
Massachusetts National 

53 State 
Mechanics National 

378 Washington 
Merchants National 

28 State 



Cashier. 
Granville R. Farrar 
Harvey H. Wellington 
Julius C. Anthony 
George E. Gale 
Albert 13. Brown 
Herbert T. Cowles 
J. Tyler Kimball 
William D. Higgins 
O. J. Sawyer 
Charles A. Chapman 
William D. Lucy 
H. M. Daggett 
Howard B. White 
G. E. Tillson 

Frank A. Rich 
Allen H. Bennett 
H. H. Hallett 

Joseph L,. Foster 

James Asbrand 

D. S. Waterman 

Frederick S. Curtiss 

Fred. K. Brown 

J. Adams Brown 

Francis E. Seaver 

George B. Ford 

George W. Moses 
William J. Mandell 

T. G. Hiler 

Charles H. Draper 

Prank F. Cook 

W. N. Homer 

George P. Tenney 

C. H. Hooke 

Charles W. Perkins 

S. A. Merrill 

A. P. Weeks 



Capital. 

$75,000 

150,000 

100,000 

100,000 

200,000 

150,000 

125,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

150,000 

100,000 

75,000 

100,000 

100,000 
200,000 
750,000 

1,500,000 

1,000,000 

700,000 

200,000 

500,000 

500,000 

1,000,000 

250,000 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

200,000 

750,000 

500,000 

1,000.000 

800,000 

250,000 

3,000,000 



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Town. 
BOSTON 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



BROCKTON 



brookline 
Cambridge 



Canton 
Chelsea 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Concord 

Conway 

Danvers 

Dedham 

Easthampton 

Easton 



Name of Bank. 
Metropolitan National 

4 Post Office sq. 
Monument National 

3 Thompson sq., Ch. 
Mt. Vernon National 

56 Chauncy 
Nat Bank of Commerce 

Washington, c. Court 
Nat. Bk. of Commonw'lth 

Devonshire, cor. Water 
Nat. Bank of Redemption 

85 Devonshire 
Nat. Bank of the Republic 

95 Milk 
National Exchange Bank 

28 State" 
National Hamilton Bank 

60 Devonshire 
Nat. Hide and Leather Bk. 

87 Milk 
Nat. Market Bank of Br. 

132 Market, Br. 
National Rockland Bank 

2343 Washington 
National Security Bank 

79 Court 
National Shawmut Bank 

60 Congress 
National Union Bank 

40 State 
National Webster Bank 

Congress, cor. Milk 
New England National 

150 Devonshire 
Old Boston National 

50 State 
People's Nat. Bank, Rox. 

Washington, c. Dudley 
Second National 

Washington, cor. Court 
Shoe and Leather Nat. 

150 Devonshire 
South End National 

1199 Washington 
State National 

40 State 
Suffolk National 

28 State 
Third National 

53 State 
Washington National 

53 State 
Winthrop National 

Court, cor. Washington 
Brockton National 
Home National 
Brookline National 
Charles River National 
Cambridge National 
Cambridgeport National 
First National 
Lechmere National 
National City Bank 
Neponset National 
First National 
Winnisimmct National 
First National 
First National 
Concord National 
Conway National 
First National 
Dedham National 
First National 
First National 



Cashier. Capital. 

G. Howe Davis 500,000 

Warren Sanger 150,000 

Frank E. Barnes 200,000 

G. W. Harris 1,500,000 

Abraham T. Collier 1,000.000 

Edward A. Presbrey 1,000,000 

Henry D. Forbes 1,500,000 

Chas. A. Price 1,000,000 

Frank Tent 500,000 

Chas. E. Finney 1,500,000 

N. G. Newhall 250,000 

Frederic W. Rugg 300,000 

Chas. R. Batt 250,000 

F. H. Barbour 3,000,000 

George H. Perkins 1,000,000 

Charles L. Riddle 1,000.000 

Charles F. Swan 1,000,000 

Chester S. Stoddard 900,000 

Walter R. Meirs 300.000 

T. Harlan Breed 1,600.000 

James E. Patch 1,000,000 

Frank N. Robbins 200.000 

Geo. B. Warren 2 000,000 

Thomas C. Singleton 1,000,000 

Nathaniel F. Perkins 2,000,000 

Francis A. Low 750,000 

Charles H. Ramsay 300,000 

C. R. Fillebrown 100,000 

Warren B. Smith 200,000 

William S. Kemp 100,000 

George II. Holmes 100,000 

John C. Billiard 100,000 

Will F. Roaf 100,000 

W. F. Earle 200,000 

George A. Llovd 100,000 

Henry B. Davis 100,000 

N. W. Dunbar 250,000 

W. Whittlesey 300,000 

E. H. Lowell 100,000 

F. B. Doten 150.000 
Chauncv L. S. Hammond 200,000 
C. Fay He v wood 100,000 
Win. G. Avery 100,000 
B. E. Newhall 150.000 
Edwin A. Brooks 300.000 
Charles H. Johnson 200.000 
Edward H. Kennedy 300.000 



NATIONAL BANKS. 



Town. 

edgartown 
Fairhaven 
Fall, River 



Falmouth 
Fitchburg 



Framingham 

Franklin 

Gardner 

Georgetown 
Gloucester 



Grafton 

G. Barrington 

Greenfield 



Harwich 
Haverhill 



Hingham 

HOLYOKE 



hopkinton 

Hudson 

Hyannis 

Ipswich 

Lawrence 



Lee • 

Leicester 
Lenox 
Leominster 
Lowell 



Lynn 



Malden 
Marblehead 

Marlboro 

Melrose 



Name of Bank. 
Martha's Vineyard Nat. 
Fairhaven National 
Fall Kiver National 
First National 
Massasoit National 
Metacomet National 
National Union 
Pocasset National 
Second National 
Falmouth National 
Fitchburg National 
Rollstone National 
Safety Fund National 
Wachusett National 
Framingham National 
Franklin National 
First National 
Westminster National 
Georgetown National 
Cape Ann National 
City National 
First National 
Gloucester National 
Grafton National 
National Mahaiwe 
First National 
Franklin County National 
Packard National 
Cape Cod National 
Essex National 
First National 
Haverhill National 
Merchants National 
Merrimac National 
Second National 
Hingham National 
City National 
Hadley Falls National 
Holyoke National 
Home National 
Park National 
Hopkinton National 
Hudson National 
See Barnstable 
First National 
Arlington National 
Bay State National 
Lawrence National 
Merchants National 
Pacific National 
Lee National 
Leicester National 
Lenox National 
Leominster National 
Appleton National 
First National 
Merchants National 
Old Lowell National 
Prescott National 
Railroad National 
Traders National 
Wamesit National 
Central National 
First National 
Lynn National 
Manufacturers National 
National City 
National Security 
First National 
Marblehead National 
National Grand 
First National 
People's National 
Melrose National 



Cashier. 
John E. White 
Geo. B. Luther 
Geo. H. Eddy 
Everett M. Cook 
Erie W. Borden 
Charles B. Cook 
John T. Burrell 
Edward E. Hathaway 
Charles J. Holmes 
George E. Dean 
Harry G. Townsend 
Wilbur B. Tenney 
Elmer A. Onthank 
Walter G. Corey 
Fred. L. Oaks 
Fred. II. Bartholomew 
Volney W. Howe 
Frank W. Fenno 
Lewis H. Giles 
Hiram Rich 
William A. Pew 
John Gott 
William Babson 

A. A. Simmons 
Frederick N. Deland 
John E. Donovan 
Chas. H. Keith 

H. D. Packard 
Augustus C. Snow 
Jonathan Russ 
Charles E. Dole 
Benjamin I. Page 
Otis E. Little 
Urbert A. Ktllam 
Chas. H. Dutton 

B. A. Robinson 
Albion F. Hitchcock 
Hubbel P. Terry 
Wm. G. Twing 
Fred F. Partridge 
George W. Parker 
W. W. Page 
Caleb L. Brigham 

Charles M. Kelley 
Fred. L. Leighton 
Justin E. Varney 
Henry L. Sherman 
J. A. Perkins 
Wm. H. Jaquith 
John L. Kilbon 
ParkmanT. Denny 
Edward McDonald 
Alfred I. Burditt 
Fred. H. Ela 
John F. Sawyer 
Walter W. Johnson 
Charles M. Williams 
Fred. Blanchard 
Frank P. Haggett 
William F. Hills 
G. Winfield Knowlton 
Warren M. Breed 
Charles E. Malley 
J. E. Jenkins 
Frank L. Earle 
Benj. V. French 
Geo. R. Felt. Jr. 
Edward P. Kimball 
William Reynolds 
Everett Paine 
Fred. L. Claflin 
John L. Stone 
Walter I. Nickerson 



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Capital. 

50,000 
120,000 
400,000 
400,000 
300,000 
500,000 
200,000 
200,000 
150,000 
100,000 
250,000 
250,000 
200,000 
250. tWO 
200,000 
200,000 
150,000 
100.000 

50,OOU 
150,000 
150,000 
200,000 
300.000 

75,000 
200.000 
200.000 
200,000 
100,000 
300,000 
100,000 
200,000 
200.000 
100,000 
240,000 
150,000 
100,000 
500,000 
200,000 
200,000 
250,000 
100,000 
100.000 
100,000 

50,000 
100,000 
375,000 
300.000 
100,000 
150.000 
100,000 
lOO.OiM, 

50.000 
150,000 
3C0.000 
250.000 
400.000 
200,000 
300.000 
400,000 
200.000 
250, 000 
200,000 
100,000 
100.000 
200,000 
200.000 
100.000 
100,000 
120.000 
120,000 
150,000 
150.0(H) 
100,000 



204 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Town. 
MERIUMAC 

Methuen 

MlDDLEBORO 
MlLFORD 

MlLLBURY 

Milton 

Monson 

Montague 

Nantucket 

Natick 

New Bedford 



Newburyport 



Newton 



North Adams 
Northampton 



N. Attleboro 

northboro 

northbridge 

Orange 

Oxford 

Palmer 

Peabody 

PlTTSFIELD 



plymouth 
Provincetown 

QUINCY 

Reading 

Rockland 

Salem 



Shelburne 

Somerville 

Southbridge 

Spencer 

Springfield 



Stockbridge 

Stoneham 

Taunton 



Townsend 

Turners Falls 

Uxbridge 

Wakefield 

Waltham 

Ware 

Wareham 



Name of Bank. 

First National 
Nat. Bank of Methuen 
Middleboro Savings 
Home National 
Milford National 
Millburv National 
Blue Hill National 
Monson National 
Crocker National 
Pacific National 
Natick National 
First National 
Mechanics National 
Merchants National 
First National 
Mechanics National 
Merchants National 
Ocean National 
First National (W. Newton 
Newton National 
Berkshire National 
First National 
Hampshire Co. National 
Northampton National 
North Attleboro National 
Northboro National 
Whitinsville National 
Orange National 
Oxford National 
Palmer National 
South Danvers National 
Warren National 
Agricultural National 
Pittstield National 
Third National 
Old Colony National 
Plymouth National 
First National 
National Granite 
National Mt. Wollaston 
First National 
First National 
Asiatic National 
First National 
Mercantile National 
Merchants National 
National Exchange 
Naumkeag National 
Shelburne Falls National 
Somerville National 
Southbridge National 
Spencer National 
Agawam National 
Chapin National 
Chicopee National 
City National 
First National 
John Hancock National 
Pynchon National 
Second National 
Springfield National 
Third National 
Housatonic National 
Stoneham National 
Bristol Countv National 
Machinists National 
Taunton National 
Townsend National 
See Montague 
Blackstone National 
National of So. Reading 
Waltham National 
Ware National 
National of Wareham 



Cashier. 


Capital. 


Daniel J. Pooie 


J 00.000 


Jacob Emerst n 


100,000 


W. R. Mitchell 


50.000 


N. B. Johnson 


130,000 


Augustus Wheeler 


250.000 


H. T. Maxwell 


100,000 


S. J. Willis 


200, 000 


Edward F. Morris 


150,000 


D. P. Abercrombie 


200,000 


Albert G. Brock 


100,000 


S. W. Holmes 


100,000 


W. P. Winsor 


1,000,000 


E. S. Brown 


600.000 


H. C. W. Mosher 


1,000,000 


W. F. Houston 


150.000 


Frank O. Woods 


125,000 


William lllslev 


120,000 


E. G. Wood well 


150,000 


)Edward P. Hatch 


100,000 


B. Franklin Bacon 


200,000 


W. W. Butler 


200,000 


Fredk. N. Kneeland 


300,000 


Fredk. A. Macomber 




Warren M. King 


200,000 


Andrew E. Jencks 


150.000 


E. H Bigelow 


100,000 


Geo. H. Sprague 


100,000 


Chas. A- Pike 


100.000 


C. B. Sherman 


50,000 


Chas. B. Fiske 


100,000 


Geo. M. Foster 


150.000 


Frank C. Merrill 


250,000 


Irving D. Ferrey 


200,000 


H. A. Brewster 


300,000 


R. B. Bardwell 


125,000 


J. B. Brown 


250,000 


W. L. Boyden 


160,000 


J. H. Dver 


200,000 


R. F. Clafiin 


150,000 


Horace F. Spear 


150.000 


Henry Wells 


50.000 


Geo. H. Hunt 


50,000 


W. O. Chapman 


315,000 


G. L. Sfreeter 


300,000 


Leland H. Cole 


200,000 


H. M. Batchelder 


200.000 


S. G. Symonds 


200,000 


Nathaniel A. Very 


500,000 


C. W. Hawks 


100.000 


James F. Beard 


100,000 


F. L. Chapin 


• 100,000 


F. A. Drury 


150,000 


W. M. Willard 


500,000 


Geo. R. Yerrall 


500,000 


Arthur B. West 


400,000 


Edwin R. Carter 


250,000 


D. A. Folsom 


400,000 


E. Dudlev Chapin 


250,000 


Geo. R. Bond 


200.000 


C. H. Churchill 


300,000 


Ralph P. Alden 


200,000 


Frederick Harris 


500,000 


D. A. Kimball 


200,000 


Chas. H. Bailey 


50,000 


B. H. Townserid 


500,000 


J. H. Danish 


•JOO.OOO 


Geo. W. Andros 


600,000 


Henry A. Hill 


100,000 


C. S. Weston 


100,000 


Thomas Winship 


100,000 


Joseph F. Gibbs 


150,000 


Henry K. Hyde 


300,000 


E. A. Gammons 


100,000 



SAFE DEPOSIT, LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES. 



205 



Town. 
Watertown 
Webster 
westboro 
Westfield 

West Newton 
Weymouth 

Whitman 

WlLLIAMSTOWN 

winchendon 
Winchester 
Woburn 

WORCESTER 



Wkentham 
Yarmouth 



Name of Bank. 
Union Market National 
First National 
First National 
First National 
Hampden National 
See Newton 
First National 
Union National 
Whitman National 
Williamstovvn National 
First National 
Middlesex Co. National 
First National 
Central National 
Citizens National 
City National 
First National 
Mechanics National 
Quinsigamond National 
Worcester National 
National of Wrentham 
First National 



Cashier. 


Capital. 


Geo. S. Parker 


100,000 


E. L. Spalding 


100,000 


O. K. Newton 


100,000 


L. P. Lane 


250,000 


Fred. H. Sackett 


150,000 


J. H. Stetson 


150,000 


H. A. Nash 


200.000 


Bela Alden 


50.000 


W. B. Clark 


50,000 


Chas. L. Deals 


200.000 


Chas. E. Barrett 


50,000 


G. A. Day 


200,000 


W. Woodward 


300,000 


Geo. A. Smith 


150,000 


Bertice F. Sawyer ' 


400.000 


G. K. Hand 


300,000 


Geo. E. Merrill 


350,000 


H. P. Murray 


250,000 


J. P. Hamilton 


250,000 


F. N. Plimpton 


52,500 


Wm. J. Davis 


175,000 



SAFE DEPOSIT, LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES 
There are 



Thirty-four Safe Deposit, Loan and Trust Companies 
in the State. 



Town. 
Boston 



Brockton 

Cambridge 

Fall River 

Fitchburg 

Gloucester 

Haverhill 

Holyoke 
Lowell 



Name of Company. Treasurer. 

Amer. Loan and Trust Co. E. A. CoiHn 

53 State 
Bay State Trust Co. A Rodman 

222 Boylston 
Beacon Trust Co., 16 State Oliver N. Dennett 
Boston S. Dep. & Trust Co. George E. Goods peed 

87 Milk 
Columbia Trust Co. Alfred E. Wellington 

20 Meridian 
International Trust Co. Henry L. Jewett 

45 Milk 
Mass. Loan and Trust Co. Frank W. Reynolds 

18 P. O. sq. 
Mattapan Dep. & Trust Co. George A. Tyler 

366 W. Broadway, E. B. 
Mercantile Trust Co. John E. Gilcreast 

50 Water 
New England Trust Co. David R. Whitney 

85 Devonshire 
Old Colony Trust Co. Charles S. Tuckerman 

Court, cor. Washington 
Puritan Trust Co., 90 Court Wm. R Dresser 
Security Safe Deposit Co. F. G. Storv 

67 Milk 
State Street Trust Co. Charles Lowell 

53 State 
United States Trust Co. I. A. Ratshesky 

28 Court 
Plymouth Co Safe Deposit 

and Trust Co. Isaac N. Nutter 

Cambridge Safe Dep. and 

Trust Co. George H. Holmes 

B. M. C. Durfee Safe Dep. 

and Trust Co. Arthur W. Allen 

Fitchburg Loan. Trust and 

Safe Deposit Co. Charles P. Mudge 

Gloucester Safe Deposit 

and Trust Co. C. E. Fisher 

Haverhill Safe Deposit and 

Trust Co. C. L Tilton 

Manufactures' Trust Co. Albert G. Magna 
Lowell Trust Co. George T. Shelden 

Middlesex Safe Dep. and 

Trust Co. Charles L. Knapp 



Capital. 
1,000,000 

400.000 

300,000 
1,000,000 

100,000 

1,000,000 

1,000,000 

100,000 

250,000 

1,000.000 

1,000,000 

200,000 
200,000 

300,000 

200,000 

100,000 

100,000 

400,000 

100,000 

100.000 

200,000 
100.000 
125,000 

100,000 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Town. 
Lynn 



Malden 
New Bedford 



Newton 



PlTTSFIELD 

Springfield 



Worcester 



Name of Company. 
Lynn Safe Deposit and 

Trust Co. 
Security Safe Deposit and 

Trust Co. 
Maiden Trust Co. 
New Bedford Safe Deposit 

and Trust Co. 
Newton Centre Trust Co. 
Newtonville Trust Co. 
Berkshire L,"n & Trust Co. 
Hampden L'n & Trust Co. 
Springfield Safe Deposit 

and Trust Co. 
Worcester Safe & Trust Co. 



James E. Jenkins 



Capital. 



100,000 



George W. Williams 


200,000 


Frank R. Sircom 


100,000 


E. W. Bourne 


200.000 


Mellen Bray 


100,000 


Samuel W. French 


100,000 


C. W. Seager 


100,000 


Wm. G. Mclntyre 


100.000 


George H. Kemater 


500,000 



S. H. Clary 



200,000 



Town. 
ABINGTON 
ADAMS 

amesbury 
Amherst 

ANDOVER 

Arlington 

Athol 

Ayer 

Baldwinsville 

Barre 

Belmont 

Beverly 

Boston 



Braintree 
Bridge water 

Brockton 

Brookline 
Cambridge 



SAVINGS BANKS 
There are 18o Savings Banks in the State. 

Name of Bank. 
" Abington Savings 
South Adams Savings 
Provident Inst, for Sav. 
Amherst Savings 
Andover Savings 

Arlington Five Cents Sav. Joseph 
Athol Savings 
North Middlesex Savings 
See Templeton 
Barre Savings 
Belmont Savings 
Beverly Savings 
Boston Five Cents Sav. 

30 School 
Boston Pennv Savings 

1375 Washington 
Brighton Five Cents Sav. 

326 Washington 
Charlestown FiveCts. Sav. 

Thompson sq. Chsn. 
Dorchester Savings 

1 Hancock 
East Boston Savings 

16 Maverick sq. E. B. 
Eliot Five Cents Savings 

114 Dudley 
Franklin Savings 

6 Park sq. 
Institution for Sav., Rox. 

2343 Washington 
North End Savings 

57 Court 
Provident Inst, for Sav. 

36 Temple pi. 
South Boston Savings 

368 W. Broadway 
Suffolk Savings 

47 Tremont 
Sumner Savings 

18 Meridian 
Union Inst, for Savings 

216 Tremont 
Warren Inst, for Savings 

25 Main, Chsn. 
Wildey Savings 

52 Boylston 
Braintree Savings 
Bridgewater Savings 
Brockton Savings 
People's Savings 
Brookline Savings 
Cambridge Savings 
Cambridgeport Savings 
East Cambridge Savings 
North Avenue Savings 



Treasurer. 


Capital. 


George A. Beal 
Harvey H. Wellington 
Alfred C. Webster 
Edward D. Bangs 
John F. Kimball 
Joseph W. Whitaker 
William D. Luey 
Sarah T. Tuten 


$2,010,000 
625.000 
2,510,020 
2,402,040 
2,749,200 
1,614.180 
2,056,460 
633.780 


Frank A. Rich 
Winthrop L. Chenery 
Charles H. Killiam 
Joseph C. Holmes 


700,000 

173,190 

2,220.000 

24,348,150 

1 
2,204,930 

815,360 


William H. Durkee 
George E. Brock 


Augustus W. Stover 


5,849,400 


George T. Sears 


64.000 
3,041,250 


Wm. B. Pigeon 


Frank E. Granger 


4,178,400 


Ebeaezer Alexander 


9,848,330 


Robert G. Molineux 


7,149,750 


Frank E. Buxton 


2,460,560 


Henry Parkman 


37,497,350 


Edward H. Barton 


3,695,991 


Herbert Magoun 


29,715,640 


Wm. P.Calhoun 


86,200 


W. S. Pelletier 


5,879,000 


George B. Tufts 


9,256,020 


George F. Taft 


946,070 

208,790 

581,760 
2,247,500 

402,000 
1,420,330 

3,699,100 I 
4,200.000 
2,863,000 

712,200 


C Harrison Hobart 
S. P. Gates 
C. C. Crooker 
A. T. Jones 
W. E. Lincoln 
Oscar F. Allen 
H. W. Bulhi.nl 
William E. Lloyd 
Milton L. Walton 



SAVINGS BANKS. 



207 



Town. 
Canton 
Chelsea 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Cohasset 

Concord 

Conway 

Danveks 

Dedham 

E. Bridgewater 

Easthampton 

Easton 

Everett 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 



Fitch burg 

FOXBORO 

Framingham 

Franklin 

Gardner 

Georgetown 

Gloucester 

Grafton 

Gt. Barrington 

Greenfield 

Harwich 
Haverhill 



Hingham 
Holliston 

HOLYOKE 



Hopkinton 
Hudson 
Hyde Park 
Ipswich 
Lawrence 



Lee 

Leicester 

Lenox 

Leominster 

Lexington 

Lowell 



Ludlow 
Lynn 

Malden 

Marblehead 

Marlboro 

Medford 

Medway 

Melrose 

Merrimac 

MlDDLEBuRO 
MlLFORD 

MlLLBURY 

MONSON 



Name of Bank. 
Canton Inst, for Savings 
Chelsea Savings 
County Savings 
Chicopee Savings 
Chicopee Falls Savings 
Clinton Savings 
Cohasset Savings 
Middlesex Inst, for Sav. 
Conway Savings 
Danvers Savings 
Dedham Inst, for Savings 
East Bridgewater Savings 
Easthampton Savings 
North Easton Savings 
Everett Savings 
Fairhaven Inst, for Sav. 
Citizens Savings 
Fall Kiver Five Cents Sav. 
Fall Kiver Savings 
Union Savings 
Fitchburg Savings 
Worcester North Savings 
Foxboro Savings 
Farmers and M'ech. Sav. 
Benjamin Franklin Sav. 
Gardner Savings 
Georgetown Savings 
Cape Ann Savings 
Grafton Savings 
Great Barrington Savings 
Franklin Savings Inst. 
Greenfield Savings 
Cape Cod Five Cents Sav. 
City Five Cents Savings 
Haverhill Savings 
Pentucket Savings 
Hingham Inst, for Sav. 
Holliston Savings 
Holyoke Savings 
Mechanics Savings 
People's Savings 
Hopkinton Savings 
Hudson Savings 
Hyde Park Savings 
Ipswich Savings 
Broadway Savings 
Essex Savings 
Lawrence Savings 
Lee Savings 
Leicester Savings 
Lenox Savings 
Leominster Savings 
Lexington Savings 
Central Savings 
City Inst, for Savings 
Lowell Five Cents Sav. 
Lowell Inst, for Savings 
Mechanics Savings 
Merrimack Kiver Savings 
Washington Savings Inst. 
Ludlow Savings 
Lynn Five Cents Savings 
Lynn Inst, for Savings 
Maiden Savings 
Marblehead Savings 
Marlboro Savings 
Medford Savings 
Medway Savings 
Melrose Savings 
Merrimac Savings 
Middleboro Savings 
Milford Savings 
Millbury Savings 
Monson Savings 



Treasurer. 
N. W. Dunbar 


Capital. 
746.200 


A. A. Fickett 


3,550.000 


George T. Roberts 


475.000 


Henry H. Harris 


945,450 


Henry J. Boyd 


454.530 


C. L. S. Hammond 


1,947 500 


Caleb Lothrop 


660.000 


Henry J. Hosmer 




W. G. Avery 


'W,960 


Albion F. Welch 


1,491.730 


Alfred Hewins 


2,985.580 


Charles F. Mann 


892,730 


Samuel T. Seelye 


973,000 


Chester K. Field 


990.000 


S. P. Canncll 


227,150 


Charles 11. Morton - 


462. 61*0 


Edward JO. Hathaway 


3,808,430 


Charles J. Holmes 


3.854.350 


Charles A. Bassett 


6.733.000 


Abraham G. Hart 


1,376.840 


Brigham N. Bullock 


3,631,980 


Henrv A. Willis 


4,391.680 


Edward M. Phelps 


294.400 


George E. Cutler 


647.000 


Charles W. Stewart 


539.950 


John D. Edgell 


1,617.310 


Edward S. Fickett 


732,000 


Daniel T. Babson 


2,897,000 


Joseph A. Dodge 


213.000 


Charles J. Taylor 


550.000 


Charles Allen 


4,076.810 


Albert M. Gleason 


2,475.000 


Augustus C. Snow 


830,860 


George W. Noyes 


1.648,000 


Raymond Noyes 


5,-321.980 


Clark S. Titcomb 


490,000 


Henry C. Harding 


2,350.860 


Orrin Thompson 
Robert B. Johnson 


388.550 


3,566,460 


Charles B. Prescott 


1,121.280 


Frank H. Chamberlain 


723,240 


Fred A. Wood 


341,760 


Daniel W. Stratton 


998,820 


A. H. Burt 


548.330 


Theodore F. Cogswell 


586.500 


Gilbert E. Hood 


1.675.000 


James H. Eaton 


6,900.000 


W. W. Spaulding 


1.600,000 


John L. Kilbon 


800,230 


Parkman T. Denny 


642.510 


Edward McDonald 


200.000 


Alfred I. Burditt 


1,052.000 


James E. Crone 


300.000 


Samuel A Chase 


3.166.810 


Fred A. Buttrick 


6,548,730 


Austin K. Chadwick 


2.262.000 


George J. Carney 


4.550,000 


C. C. Hutchinson 


2,400,000 


N. G. Lamson 


1.472. 000 


George M. Harrigan 


478,650 


George A. Birnie 


87,000 


Henry E. Newhall 


3.664.000 


D. H. Sweetser 


4,065,000 


Francis A. Shove 


2,700,000 


William Gil ley 


539.470 


Charles F. Holyoke 


2,050,000 


Charles B. Buss 


1,582,210 


William H Upton 


319.000 


K Id ridge H. Goss 


863.640 


Daniel J. Poore 


509,410 


Andrew M. Wood 


1.039,000 


James E. Walker 


1.966,670 


Amos Armsby 


821,750 


Frank E. Morris 


960,000 



208 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Town. 
Montague 

Nantucket 

Natick 

New Bedford 

Newburyport 

Newton 

North Adams 

Northampton 

N. Attleboro 
Northbridge 
N. Brookfield 

NOKWELL 

Orange 
Palmer 
Peabody 
Pittsfield 

Plymouth 

Provincetown 

QUINCY 

Randolph 

Reading 

Rockland 

Rockport 

Salem 

Shelburne 
Southbkidge 
Spencer 
Springfield 



Stoneham 
Taunton 

Templeton 

Turner's Falls 

Usbridge 

Wakefield 

Wales 

Waltham 

Ware 

Wareham 

Warren 

Watertown 

Webster 

Wellfleet 

Westboho 

West Boylston 

Westfield 

West Newton 
Weymouth 



Whitinsville 

Whitman 

Williamsburg 

WlLLlAMSTOWN 

Winch endon 
Winchester 

WOBURN 

Worcester 



Yarmouth 



Name of Bank. 
Crocker Inst, for Savings 
Nantucket Inst, for Saw 
Natick Five-Cents Sav. 
New Bedford Five Cts.Sav. 
New Bedford Inst, for Sav. 
Institution for Savings 
Newburyport Five Ct. Sav. 
Newton Savings 
Newton Center Savings 
West Newton Savings 
Hoosac Savings 
North Adams Savings 
Florence Savings 
Nonotuck Savings 
Attlehoro Savings 
Whitinsville Savings 
North Brookfield Savings 
South Scituate Savings 
Orange Savings 
Palmer Savings 
Warren Five Cents Sav. 
Berkshire County Savings 
City Savings 

Plymouth Five Cents Sav. 
Plymouth Savings 
Seamen's Savings 
Quincy Savings 
Randolph Savings 
Mechanics Savings 
Rockland Savings 
Granite Savings 
Salem Five Cents Savings 
Salem Savings 
Shelburne Falls Savings 
Southbridge Savings 
Spencer Savings 
Hampden Savings 
Springheld Five Cts. Sav. 
Springfield Inst, for Sav. 
Stoneham Five Cents Sav. 
Bristol County Savings 
Taunton Savings 
Templeton Savings 
See Montague 
Uxbridge Savings 
Wakefield Savings 
Wales Savings 
Waltham Savings 
Ware Savings 
Wareham Savings 
Warren Savings 
Watertown Savings 
Webster Five Cents Sav. 
Wellfleet Savings 
Westboro Savings 
Security Savings 
Westfield Savings 
Woronoco Savings 
See Newton 

East Weymouth Savings 
South Weymouth Savings 
Weymouth Savings 
See Northbridge 
Whitman Savings 
Haydenville Savings 
Williamstown Savings 
Winehendon Savings 
Winchester Savings 
Woburu Five Cents Sav. 
Bay State Savings 
People's Savings 
Mechanics Savings 
Worcester Inst, for Sav. 
Worcester Five Cts. Sav. 
Bass River Savings 



Treasurer. 

D. P. Abercrornbie 
George H. Brock 

F. O. Baston 
W. H. Pitman 
Charles H. Pierce 
L. W. Piper 

J. A. Mavnard 
A. J. Blanchard 
Mellen Bray 
J. H. Nickerson 
W. W. Richmond 
V. A. Whitaker 
M. E. Gould 
John Prince 
Edward R. Price 
George H. Sprague 

C. E. Batcheller . 
H. T. Fogg 

G. W. Andrews 
H.W. McGregory 
A. H Merrill 

R. W. Adam 
H. B. Wellington 
W. W. Brewster 
James D, Thurber 
W. H. Young 
Clarence Burgin 
H. W. Pratt 
Geoi-ge E. Batchelder 

E. R Studley 

N. Richardson. Jr. 
J. S. Williams 
Charles S. Rea 
A. K. Hawks 
John A. Hall 
J. W. Temole 
Peter S. Bailey 

D. J. Marsh 
Henry S. Lee 
Onslow Gilmore 
A C. Place 

H. R. Wood 
Asa Homer 

Charles A. Taft 
R. Britton 
H. A. McFarland 
Charles F. Stone 

F. D. Gilmore' 

E. A. Gammons 

F. W. Kimball 
Julian A Mead 
F. A. Stockwell 
Thomas Kemp 
H. E. Brigham 
George L. Hyde 
V. W. Crowson 
J. H. Ashley 

J. A. Raymond 
George E. Reed 
C. T. Crane 

Horace Reed 
W. M. Harrington 
Clarence M. Smith 
C. L. Beals 
David N. Skillings 
E. E. Thompson 
George McAleer 
C. M. Bent 
Harvey Woodward 
C. A. chase 
J. S. Brown 
Stephen Wing 



Capital. 

960,000 

500.000 

1.060,000 

6,104,000 

12.662.600 

5,807,500 

1,386.030 

3.403,320 

157,000 

628,000 

858,110 

2.721,480 

280.0U0 

1,355.040 

617,780 

725,000 

471.540 

986,000 

1.239,230 

2,713.700 

3.834.910 

368,240 

1.342,610 

2.325,000 

500,000 

2,191,000 

1,176,990 

84.540 

980.000 

186.C00 

5,490,980 

7,738.040 

1,045.000 

1,800.000 

875,000 

2,951,440 

4,950,000 

14,133,160 

756,470 

4,584,000 

2,158,330 

304,240 

454 370 

692.700 

25.000 

2.964.400 

3.600,000 

748,300 

389,610 

759.000 

1,316,320 

458.240 

826,000 

1,385*860 
1,372,320 

841.880 

929,010 

1,002,060 

520,000 

344,690 

96,000 

1,422.100 

575.000 
1,487,790 

250.300 
8,087,440 
6,000,000 
14,879,920 
6,952,490 

488, 140 



CONVENIENT BANKING POINTS. 

ACCESSIBLE BANKING POINTS 
For Other Towns In This State are As Follows: 
(The last named place in each line is the banking town.) 



209 



Acton— Concord 
Acushnet— New Bedford 
Aga warn— Springfield 
Alandar— Great Barrington 
Alford— Great Barrington 
Ashby— Townsend 
Ashfield— Shelburne Falls 
Ashland— South Framing- 
ham 
Ashley Falls— Great Bar- 
rington 
Auburn— "Worcester 
Avon— Brockton 
Ballardvale— Andover 
Barnstable— Yarmouth 
Beckct— Pittsheld 
Bedford— Concord 
Belchertown— Amherst 
Bellingham— Franklin 
Berkley— Taunton 
Berkshire— Pittstield 
Berlin— Northboro 
Bernardston— Greenfield 
Billerica — Lowell 
Blackinton — No. Adams 
Blackstone— Uxbridge 
Blandford— Westfield 
Bolton— Clinton 
Bondsville— Palmer 
Bourne — Wareham 
Boxford— Georgetown 
Boylston — Clinton 
Bradford— Haverhill 
Braintree— Quincy 
Brewster— Harwich 
Brier— North Adams 
Briggsville— North Adams 
Brimfield— Palmer 
Bryantville— Whitman 
Buckland— Shelburne F'lls 
Burlington— Boston 
Carlisle— Lowell 
Carver— Plymouth 
Charlton— Spencer 
Charlemont — Shelburne 

Falls 
Chatham— Harwich 
Chelmsford— Lowell 
Cheshire— Pittsfield 
Chester— Westtield 
Chesterfield — Northamp- 
ton 
Clarksburg— No. Adams 
Chicopee Falls— Springf'ld 
Clayton— Canaan, Ct. 
Colrain— Shelburne Falls 
Cooleyville— Orange 
Cottage City— Edgartown 
Cummington— Pittsfield 
Curtisville— Stockbridge 
Dalton— Pittfield 
Dana— Barre 

Dartmouth— New Bedford 
Davis— Shelburne Falls 
Deerfield— Greenfield 
Dell-Shelburne Palls 
Dennis— Yarmouthport 
Uighton— Taunton 
Douglas— Whitinsville 
Dracut— Lowell 
Dudley-Webster 



14 



Dunstable— Nashua. N. H. 
Duxbury— Plymouth 
D wight— Amherst 
East Brimfield— Palmer 
E. Charlemont— Shelburne 

Falls. 
E. Granville— Westfield 
Eastham— Harwich 
East Lee— Lee 
E. Longmeadow — Spring- 
field. 
E. Northfield— Greenfield 
Easton— North Easton 
E. Whatelv— Greenfield 
E. Windsor— Pittstield 
Enfield— Springfield 
Erving— Orange 
Essex— Gloucester 
Fairfield— Westfield 
Farley— Orange 
Feeding Hills— Springfield 
Fiskdale— Southbridge 
Florida— North Adams 
Freetown— Fall River 
Gill— Greenfield 
Granby— Holyoke 
Granville— Westfield 
G teen wich— Springfield 
Griswoldville — Shelburne 

Falls 
Groton— Ayer 
Groveland— Haverhill 
Hadley — Northampton 
Halifax— Plymouth 
Hamilton— Beverly 
Hampden— Springfield 
Hancock— Pittsfield 
Hanover— Rockland 
Hanson— Abington 
Hard wick— Ware 
Hartsville— Great Barring- 
ton 
Harvard— Clinton 
Hatfield— Northampton 
Hawley— Shelburne Falls 
Heath— Shelburne Falls 
Hinsdale— Pittsfield 
Holbrook— Brockton 
Holden— Worcester 
Holland— Palmer 
Hoosac Tunnel — North 

Adams 
Hopedale— Milford 
Housatonic — Great Bar- 
rington. 
Hubl lardston— Gardner 
Hull— Hingham 
Huntington -Westfield 
Kingston— Plymouth 
Lake Pleasant— Greenfield 
Lakevi lie— Taunton 
Lancaster— Clinton 
Lanesboro— Pittsfield 
Leeds— Northampton 
Lenoxdale— Pittsfield 
Leverett— Amherst 
Leyden — Greenfield 
Lincoln— Coucord 
Littleton— Aver 
Littleville- Westfield 
Locks Village— Greeufleld 



Longmeadow— Springfield 
Loudville— Northampton 
Lunenburg— Townsend 
Lynnfield— Peabody 
Manchester— Beverly 
Mansfield— Taunton 
Marion— Wareham 
Marshfield— Plymouth 
Mattapoisett— N. Bedford 
Maynard— Marlboro 
Med tie Id— South Framing- 
ham 
Medford— Boston 
Mendon— Milford 
Middlefield— Westfield 
Middlet on— Salem 
Millers Falls— Greenfield 
Millington— Orange 
Mill River — Great Barring- 
ton 
Mittineague— Springfield 
Monroe — Shelburne Falls 
Montague— Greenfield 
Montague City— Greenfield 
Monterey— Great Barring- 
ton 
Montgomery— Westfield 
Montville— Winsted, Ct. 
Monument Beach — Ware- 
ham 
Moore's Corner — Green- 
field 
Mount Tom— Easthampton 
Mundale— Westtield 
"Nahant— Lynn 
Needham— Ne wton 
New Ashford— Pittsfield 
New Boston— Winsted, Ct. 
New Braintree — Ware 
•Newbury— Newbury port 
New Lenox— Pittstield 
New Marlboro— Great Bar- 
rington 
New Salem— Orange 
Norfolk— Franklin 
North Amherst— Amherst 
North Andover— Lawrence 
N. Blandford— Westtield 
Northbridge— Whitinsville 
N. Egremont— Great Bar- 
rington 
Northfield— Greenfield 
Northfield Farms— Turners 

Falls 
N. Hadley— Northampton 
N. Hatfield— Northampton 
North Leverett — Turners 

Falls 
North New Salem— Orange 
North Orange— Athol 
N. Reading— Wakefield 
North Wilbraham--Spring- 

field 
Norton— Taunton 
Norwich— Northampton 
Norwood— Dedham 
Oakham— Spencer 
Orleans— Harwich 
Otis— Lee 

Paxton— Worcester 
Pelh am — Amhe rst 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Pembroke— Rockland 
Pepperel— Aver 
Peru— Pittsfield 
Petersham— Athol 
Phillipston— Athol 
Plainfield- Shelburne Falls 
Plainville— Attleboro 
Pontoosue— Pitt siield 
Prescott — Orange 
Princeton— Worcester 
Rehoboth— Attleboro 
Revere— Chelsea 
Richmond— Pittsfield 
Richmond Furnace— Pitts- 
field 
Riverside— Turners Falls 
Rochester— New Bedford 
Rockdale— Stockbridge 
Rowe— Shelburne Fulls 
Rowley— Newburyport 
Royalston— Winchendon 
Russell— West field 
Rutland— Worcester 
Sandwich— Yarmouth port 
Saugus— Lynn 
Savoy— Adams 
Scituate— Norwell 
Seekonk— Providence, R. I. 
Sharon— Canton 
Shattuckville — Shelburne 

Falls 
Sheffield— Gt. Barrington 
Shelburne — Shelburne 

Falls 
Sherborn— South Framing- 
ham 
Shirley— Ayer 
Shrewsbury— Worcester 
Shutesbury— Greenfield 
Somerset— Taunton 
South Amherst— Amherst 
Southampton — Northamp- 
ton 
South Ashfield— Greenfield 
So. Braintree — Randolph 
Southboro— Westboro 



S. Deerfield— Greenfield 
South Egremont — Great 
Barrington 

Southfield— Norfolk, Ct. 
South Hadley— Holyoke 
S. Hadley Falls— Holyoke 
South Lee— Stockbridge 
South Sandisfield — Win- 

sted, Ct. 
Southwick— Westfleld 
South Wiliiamstown — N. 

Adams 
So. Worthington— Spring- 
field 
State Line— Pittsfield 
Stearnsville— Pittsfield 
Sterling —Clinton 
Stoughton— Canton 
Stow— Hudson 
Sturbridge— Southbridge 
Sudbury —Marlboro 
Sunderland- Greenfield 
Sutton— Millbury 
Swampscott — Lynn 
Swansea— Fall River 
Swift River— Pittsfield 
Templeton— G ardner 
Tewksbury— Lowell 
Thorndike— Palmer 
Three Rivers— Palmer 
Tisbury— Edgartown 
Tolland— Winsted, Ct. 
Topsfield — Salem 
Truro— Provincetown 
Tully— Athol 
Tyngsboro— Lowell 
Tyringham— Lee 
Upton— Grafton 
Van Deusen — Great Bar 

rington 
Vineyard Haven — Edgar 

town 
Wales-Palmer 
Walpole— Dedham 
War wick— O range 
Washington— Pittsfield 



Way land— So. Framingham 
Wellesley— Newton 
Wendell— Orange 

Wenham— Beverly 
West Becket -Lee 
West Boylston— Worcester 
West Bridgewater — East 

Bridgewater 
West Brookfield— Ware 
West Chesterfield — Hay- 

deuville 
West Cummington— Pitts- 
field 
W. Farms — Northampton 
West ford— Lowell 
W. Granville— Westfield 
Westhampton— Northamp- 
ton 
West Hatfield— Northamp- 
ton 
West Hawley — Shelburne 

Falls 
West Leyden— Greenfield 
Westminster — Fitchburg 
West Newbury— Newbury- 
port 
W. Northfield— Greenfield 
Weston— Waltham 
I West Otis— Lee 
Westport— New Bedford 
W. Springfield— Springfield 
West Tisbury— Edgartown 
West Worthington— North- 
ampton 
Whately— Greenfield 
Wilbraham— Springfield 
Williamsburg — Hayden- 

ville 
Willimansett— Holyoke 
Wilmington— Lowell 
Windsor— Pittsfield 
Winthrop— Boston 
Worthington— Westfield 
Zoar— Shelburne Falls 
Zylonite— Adams 



STATISTICS OF OPERATING RAILROAD COMPANIES 

For the Year Ending June 30, 1898. 

All the railroads in Massachusetts are operated under lease or consolidation by the 

companies mentioned below. 





Capital 


Gi;oss 




N 


4) jj 






Stock. 


Income. 




% E 




oS 








5a, 


Ph 




o 












f- 





Boston & Albany, 


$25,000,000 


19,241,568 


8$ 


10,663,795 


4,563,662 235 


Boston & Maine, 


21.889.000 


20,430.473 


6 


32,176.210 


10,271,8751 609 


♦Boston. R. B. & Lynn, 


850,000 


258,757 


2 


2,869,556 


1 n 


Cape Ann Granite, 


20,000 


13.597 


- 





5)06,471 1 2 


Central Vermont. 





838,531 


- 


605,716 


801,698 57 


Fitchburg. 


24.300,000 


7,359,470 


4£ 


6,879,314 


4,885,660 228 


Grafton & Upton. 


250,00(1 


46,632 


4 


88,155 


38,287 30 


*Hoosac Tunnel & Wil., 


250,000 


54,582 


2 


17,7^9 


35,167 — 


tNew England. 


25,000,(WH 


5,685,163 


- 


7,166.(589 


3,389,325 IrSo 


New York. N. H. & H., 


47,633.201 


30,923.805 


8 


41,464.748 


11.042,000 739 


Union Freight. 


300.(XM 


60,993 


6 





220.397 — 

1 



♦Narrow gauge. 



Leased to N. Y., N. H. & Hartford. 
On preferred stock. 



t Deficit. 



DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. 



Town. Name of Paper and Publisher. 

Abington— Advertiser, Pratt Bros. 

— Plymouth Co. Jour, and Abington H'ld, L. B. Hatch, 
Adams— Freeman, Freeman Pub. Co. 
Amesbuky— Daily News, Amesbury Publishing Co. 

— News, C. S. Morse, 

—Amesbury and Salisbury Villager, Amesbury Pub. Co. 
Amherst— Record, Carpenter & Morehouse, 
Andover— Townsman, J. N. Cole, 
Arlington— Advocate, Charles S. Parker & Son, 

—Enterprise, Francis H. Gray. 
ATHOL— The Progress, VV. N. Brock & Co. 

—Transcript, Wells L. Hill, 

— Worcester West Chronicle, R. William Waterman, 
Attleboro— Sun, Sun Pub. Co. 
Avon— Advocate, Avon Pub. Co. 
Ayer— Turner's Public Spirit, John H. Turner, 
Barnstable— Cape Cod Item and Bee, Item & Bee Pub. 

—Patriot, F. B. & F. P. Goss, 
Barre— Gazette, C. E. Rogers, 
Beverly— Citizen, J. E. & G. K. Walter, 

— Times, Albert Vittum, 

—Times, Albert Vittum, 
Boston— Advance, Advance Pub. Co. . 

—Advertiser, W. E. Barrett, 

—Advertiser, W. E. Barrett, 

—American Architect and Building News, Architect 
Pub. Co. 

—American Citizen, American Citizen Co. 

—American Cultivator, Cultivator Pub. Co. 

— American Horse Breeder, George B. James, 

— American Police World, Police World Pub Co. 

—American Stock-Keeper, Stock-Keeper Pub. Co. 

—American Wool and Cotton Reporter, Frank P. Bennett, 

— Anzeiger, F. E. Nickels, 

— Argus, John Mattson, 

—Banker and Tradesman, Banker & Tradesman Co. 

— Banner of Light, Banner of Light Pub. Co. 

—Beacon, Huntington Smith 

—Bicycling World, Wheelman Co. 

—Boot and Shoe Recorder, W. L. Terhune, 

— Dramatic Review, A. A. Ashley, 

—Financial News, L. Armstrong, 

—News Bureau, 

—British American Citizen, American Citizen Co. 

—Budget, Budget Co. 

— Charlestown Enterprise, Enterprise Co. 

—Child's Half Hour, VV. A. Wilde & Co. 

— Christian Endeavor World, Golden Rule Co. 

—Christian Register, Register Association, 

—Christian Science Sentinel, Christian Science Pub. Co. 

—Christian Witness, Witness Co. 

—Commercial, Commercial Newspaper Co. 

—Commercial Bulletin, Curtis Guild & Co. 

— Congregationalist, W. L. Greene & Co. 

— Courant, Courant Pub. Co. 

—Courier, Joseph F. Travers, 

—Dorchester Advertiser, Woodward Pub. Co. 

—Dorchester Beacon, Beacon Pub. Co. 

—Dry Goods Economist, Textile Pub. Co. 

—East Boston Argus-Advocate, Joseph B. Maccabe, 



Co 



Character. 


Published. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Sat. 


. Ind. 


Even'g 


Loc. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Thurs 


Rep. 


Wed. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Loc. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Tues. 


Rep. 


Thurs. 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Sat. 


). Ind. 


Tues. 


Rep. 


Mon. 


Ind. 


Thurs. 


Rep. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Wed. 


(Colored.) 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Morn'g 


Rep. 


Friday 


Arch. 


Sat. 


Patriotic. 


Sat. 


Agl. 


Sat. 


Stock. 


Tues. 


Police N. 


Sat. 


L. Stock. 


Sat. 


Trade. 


Thurs . 


German. 


Sat. 


Swedish. 


Thurs . 


Comm'ial. 


Thurs . 


Spirit'ist. 


Sat. 


L. and S. 


Sat. 


Bicycling. 


Friday 


Trade. 


Wed. 


Dram. 


Wkly 


Fin. 


Daily 


Fin. 


Daily 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Family. 


Sun. 


Local. 


Sat. 


Juv. 


Wkly 


Ch. End. 


Thurs. 


Unitarian 


Thurs. 


Medical. 


Wkly 


Holiness. 


Thurs. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


C. and M. 


Sat. 


Cong. 


Thurs. 


Colored. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sun. 


Local. 


Wkly 


Family. 


Sat. 


Trade. 


Wkly 


Rep. 


Sat. 



. 



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212 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Town. Name of Paper and Publisher. 

Boston— East Boston Free Press. Woodside Bros. 
—East Boston News. News Pub Co. 
—Evening Record, W. E. Barrett, 
— Evening Transcript, Boston Transcript Co. 
—Fibre and Fabric, Joseph M. Wade, 
—Financial and Commercial News. A. C. Sherwood & Co. 
— Gazette, Evening Gazette Co. 
— Germ, George Otis, 
—Globe, Globe Newspaper Co. 
— Globe, Globe Newspaper Co. 
—Herald, Boston Herald Co. 
— Herald, Boston Herald Co. 

—Herald of the Coming One, Amer. Millennial Ass'n, 
—Hide and Leather, 
—Home Journal, W. Wallace Waugh. 
— HCorriere di Boston, G. Stabile & Co. 
— Ideas, Idea Pub. Co. 

—Illustrated Police News, Police News Pub. Co. 
— Insurance Press, Emil Schwab, 
—Investigator, Investigator Co. 
—Item, George A. Warren, 
—Jamaica Plain News, R. S. Barrows, 
—Jewish Eagle, Jewish Eagle Co. 
— Journal, Journal Newspaper Co. 
—Journal, Journal Newspaper Co. 
; — Journal, Journal Newspaper Co. 
— Journal of Commerce, Jour, of Commerce Pub. Co. 
—Journal of Education, New England Pub. Co. 
—Ladies' Home Weekly, Lawrence Elkus, 

— L. A. W. Bulletin and Good Roads, Sterling Elliott, 

— Ledger. Ledger Publishing Co. 

— Liberator, Liberator Pub. Co. 

— Littell's Living Age, Living Age Co. 

— L'Unione, John G. May, 

—Massachusetts Ploughman, Linus Darling. 

—Mayflower, Cong. S. S. & Pub. Co. 

— Medical and Surgical Journal, Damrell & Upham» 

— Morning Star, A. L. Freeman. 

—Myrtle, Universalist Pub. House, 

—New England Farmer. Whitaker Pub. Co. 

— New England Florist, New Eng. Florist Co. 

—New England Grocer, New Eng. Retail Gro. Pub. Co. 

— New England Staaten Zeitung, P. L. Schrif tgeisser 

—New England Torchlight, Jos. W. Henderson, 

—Onward. Universalist Pub. House, 

—Our Sunday Afternoon, W. A. Wilde & Co. 

—Pilot, Pilot Pub. Co. 

—Post, Post Pub. Co. 

—Post, Post Pub. Co. 

—Post, Post Pub. Co. 

—Press and Printer, Press Clipping Bureau, 

— Republic, Republic Pub. Co. 

— Roslindale News, R. S. Barrows', 
. — Roxbury Gazette, James J. Haines, 

— Saturday Mail, American Pub. Co. 

— Shoe and Leather Facts, 

— Shoe and Leather Reporter, 

—South Boston Bulletin, H. G. Merrill, 

— South Boston Inquirer, Herbert A. Kenny, 

— South Boston News, John J. Merrigan, 

—South Boston Review, Review Pub. Co. 

—Spirit of Hub, George A. Ryan, 

— Superintendent and Foreman, Joseph Van Ness, 

—Standard, Standard Pub. Co. 

— Textile Advance, News, Guild & Lord, 

— Time and the Hour, Time and the Hour Co. 

—Times, Boston Times Co. 

—Traveller, Traveller Pub. Co. 

—Traveller, Traveller Pub. Co. 

—True Flag, Mine. Glenerne Higgins, 

— Turn-Zeituug (German), Boston Turnvcrein, 

— United States Investor, investor Pub. Co. 

—Universalist Leader, Universalist Pub. House, 

— Watchman. Watchman Pub. Co. 

— Waverly Magazine, Waverly Pub. Co. 



Character. Published. 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Ind. Rep. 


Even'g 


Trade. 


Sat. 


Comm'ial. 


Thurs. 


Family. 


Sat. 




W'kly 


Ind. Dem. 


M. & E. 


Ind. 


Sun. 


Ind. 


M.&E. 


Ind. 


Sun. 


Evan. 


Wed. 


Trade. 


W'kly 


" Society. 


Sat. 


Italian. 


W'kly 


L. and N. 


Sat. 


Police. 


Sat. 


Ins. 


W'kly 




W'kly 




W'kly 


Local 


Wkly 


Rel. 


W'kly 


Rep. 


M. & E. 


Rep. 


Sun. 


Rep. 


Friday 


M. and T. 


Sat. 


Educ. 


Thurs. 


Soc. 


W'kly 


Cycling. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Sat. 




W'kly 


Lit. 


Sat. 




W'kly 


Agr. 


Sat. 


Rel. 


W'kly 


Medical. 


Thurs. 


F. Bapt. 


Thurs. 


Univ. 


Sat. 


Agl. 


Sat. 


Hort. 


Thurs. 


Trade. 


Friday 


G. Ind. 


Sat. 




W'kly 


Rel. 


W'kly 


Juv. 


Sat. 


Cath. 


Sat. 


Dem. 


Morn'g 


Dem. 


Friday 


Dem. 


Sun. 


Typo. 


Sat. 


D. and C. 


Sat. 


Local. 


W'kly 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Trade. 


W'kly 


Trade. 


W'kly 


Local. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Sat. 


Dem. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Sat. 


Turf Int. 


Sat. 


Trade. 


W'kly 


Ins. 


Sat. 


Trade. 


W'kly 


L. and Ind. Sat. 


M. and D. 


Sun. 


Ind. Rep. 


Even'g 


Ind. Rep. 


Tues. 


Lit. 


Sat. 


I. and Rad. Sat. 


Fin. 


Sat. 


Rel. 


W'kly 


Bap. 


Thurs. 


Lit. 


Sat. 



DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. 

Town. Name of Paper and Publisher. 

Boston— Wellspring, Cong. S. S. & Pub. Co. 
—West Roxbury News, R. S. Barrows, 
— Winthrop Visitor,' S. E. Cowell. 

—Woman's Journal, II. B. and Alice Stone Blackwell, 
—Woman's Voice and Public School Champion, Woman's 

Pub. Co. 
—Wool and Cotton Reporter. E. P. Bennett, 
—World's Crisis, Advent Christian Pub. Co. 
— Youth's Companion, Perry Mason &Co. 
— Zion's Herald, Alonzo S. Weed, 
Braintree— Bee, Pratt & Pratt, 
—Observer, Geo. W. Prescott & Co. 
— Reporter, Weymouth & liraintree Pub. Co. 
Bridgewater— Independent, A. G. Gardner, 
Brockton— Democrat, Michael Moran, 
—Diamond, E. Gerry Brown, 
—Enterprise, Albert II. Fuller, 
—Times, Win. R. Buchanan, 
Brookline— Chronicle, C. A. W. Spencer, 
—The Suburban, Suburban Pub. Co. 

Cambridge Chronicle, Chronicle Co. 

—News (Cainbridgeport), D. A. Buckley, 
—Press (Cambridgeport), Warren T. Billings, 
— Times, Times Pub. Co. 
—Tribune, F. Stanhope Hill, 
Canton— Journal, P. M. Leavitt, 
Chelsea— Catholic Citizen, Thomas F. Punch, 
— Evening Record, S. H. Robie, 
— Free Lance, Gilman & MacDonald, 
— Gazette, William Alcott, 
—Telegraph and Pioneer, Henry Mason & Son, 
Clinton— Courant, W. J. Coulter, 

— Item, C. C. Coulter, 
Cottage City— Martha's Vineyard Herald, C. Strahan, 
DANVERS— Mirror, Frank E. Moynahan, , 

Dedham— Transcript, Hugh II. McQuillen, 
Duxbury— Press, D. W. Andrews, 
— Standard, Vining & Matthews. 
Easthampton— Enterprise, Enterprise Printing Co. 

—News, George L. Munn, 
Easton— Bulletin, O. M. Tilden. 
East Pepperell— Advertiser, J. A. Saunders, 
Edgartown— Vineyard Gazette, C. H. Marchant & Co. 
ESSEX— Echo, I. M. Marshall, 
Everett— Herald, Herald Co. 

— Republican, Republican Press Co. 
Fairhaven— Star, C. D. Waldron, 
Fall River— Catholic Advocate, Cath. Pub. Co. 
—Globe, Globe Pub. Co. 
—Herald, Fall River Daily Herald Pub. Co. 
—Herald, Fall River Daily Herald Pub. Co. 
— L'Independant, L'Independant Pub. Co. 
— L'Independant, L'Independant Pub. Co. 
— Monitor, William S. Robertson, 
— News, Almy & Milne, 
— News, Almy & Milne, 
Falmouth— Enterprise, C. S. Burgess, 
Fitohburg— Evening Sun, John F. Wood, 
—Sentinel, Sentinel Printing Co. 
—Sentinel, Sentinel Printing Co. 
Foxboro— Reporter, J. H. Alden, 
Framingham— Gazette, Middlesex Newspaper Co., 
—News, C. J. MePherson, 
—Star, William D, MePherson, 
—Tribune, Tribune Pub. Co. 
Franklin— Sentinel, Carl B. Johnson, 



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Character. Published. 


Kel. 


W'kly 


Local. 


W'kly 


Local. 


W'kly 


W. Suf. . 


Sat. 


Ind, 


Sat. 


Trade. 


W'kly 


Advent. 


Wed. 


Y.and Fam.Thurs. 


Meth. 


Wed. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Dem. 


j 


Labor. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Local. 


1 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Rep. 
Ind. 


Sat. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Friday 


Catholic. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Local. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Thurs. j 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Local. 


Wed. 


Rep. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Thurs. 


Local. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Cath. 


' Sat. 


Dem. 


Even'g 


Ind. R. 


Even'g 


Ind. Rep. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Thurs. 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Wed. 


Local. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Ind. Rep 


Even'g 


Local. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Tu.&F. 



214 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Town. Name of Paper and Publisher. 

Gardner— Journal. Whiting & Whitaker, 
— News, Gardner News Co. 
— News, Gardner News Co. 
Georgetown— Advocate, Dummer & Pingree, 
Gloucester— Cape Ann Advertiser, Proctor Bros. 
—Cape Ann Breeze, Cape Ann Printing Co. 
— Times, Times Newspaper Co. 
Great Harrington— Courier, J. E. Clarey, 
Greenfield— Gazette and Courier. E. A. Hall & Son, 
Harwich— Independent, Alton P. Goss, 
Haverhill— Gazette, Haverhill Gazette Co. 
Hingham— Bucket, Vining & Matthews. 

—Journal, Fred. H. Miller. 
Holyoke— Die Biene (German), August Lehmann. 
—Globe- Democrat, Sellew & Flag?, 
—La Defenscur, Roy Bros. 
—La Press, Tesson &Carignan, 

—New England Rundschau. German- Amer. Pub. Co. 
— Rundschau, German-Amer. Printing Co. 
— Saturday Free Press, John D. Ryan. 
— Telegram, Telegram Pub. Co. 
—Transcript, William G. Dwight. 
—Transcript. William G. Dwight, 
Hyde Park— Gazette, Samuel R. Moseley. 

—Times, Frank P. McGregor, 
Ipswich— Chronicle. G. A. Schofield, 

—Independent, Lewis B. Hovey, 
Kingston— Press, D. W. Andrews, 
Lawrence— American, American Pub. Co. 
— Anzeiger undPost. Dick & Trumpoid. 
— Daily American, American Pub. Co. 
—Daily Eagle, Hildreth & Rogers. 
.—Eagle. Hildreth & Rogers. 
—Evening Tribune, Hildreth & Rogers, 
— Illustrated Weekly Journal, Journal Pub. Co. 
— Le Progres, Charles T. Roy, 
— Mission Reporter, Mrs. Jennie M. McFarlane. 
— Sentinel, Sentinel Pub. Co. 
—Sun, American Pub. Co. 
— Sun, American Pub Co. 
—Sunday Register, Register Pub. Co. 
— Telegram, Telegram Pub. Co. 
—Sunday Star, James E. Donok r hue, 
—Sunday Telegram, Telegram Pub. Co. 
Lee— Valley Gleaner, Edward S. Rogers, 
Leominster— Enterprise, J. D. Miller, 
Lowell— Evening Mail, Morning Mail Co. 
— L'Etoile (French), Lepine & Co. 
— L'Etoile (French), Lepine & Co. 
—Morning Citizen, Courier-Citizen Co. 
—Daily Courier. Courier Citizen Co. 
—Daily News, News Co. 
—Daily Sun, John H. Harrington. 
—Sunday Press, Press Co. 
—Journal, Courier-Citizen Co. 
—Morning Mail, Morning Mail Co. 
—Saturday Mail, Morning Mail Co. 
—Sunday Telegram, D. A. Long. 
Lynn— Citv Item. Hastings & Sons Pub. Co. 
^-Daily Item. Hastings & Sons Pub. Co. 
—Evening News. Lynn News Pub. Co. 
r- Times, Times Pub. Co. 
Malden— Evening Mail, Maiden Mail Co. 
—Evening News, Maiden News Co. 
—Mirror, H. C. Gray (estate) 
Manchester— Cricket, I. M. Marshall. 
Mansfield— News, William White. 
MAKULEIIE ad— Messenger. N.A. Lindsay & Co. 



Character. 


Published. 


Rep. 




. Ind. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Ind. Rep 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Thurs. 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Tues. 


Ind. Rep. 


Even'g 


Neutral. 


Friday 


Local. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Even'g 


French. 


Thurs. 


French. 


T. & S. 


Ger. Rev. 


Sat. 


Ger. 


Wed. 


Dem. 


Sat. 


Dem. 


Even'g 


Ind. Rep. 


Even'g 


Ind. Rep. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Dem. 


Friday 


Ind. Rep. 


Thurs. 


Ind. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Friday 


Ini. Rep. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Dem. 


Morn'g 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Dem. 


Even'g 


Local. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Friday 


Ind. Dem 


Sun. 


Ind. 


Morn'g 


Ind. 


Sun. 


Dem. 


Sun. 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Dem. 


Sun. 


Rep. 


Sun. 


Ind. 


Wed. 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Friday 


Rep. 




Rep. 


Even'g 


Dem. 


Even'g 


Dem. 


Even'g 




Sun. 


Rep. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Morn'g 


Rep. 


Sat. 




Sun. 


Rep. 


Friday 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Local. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Ind. 


Even'g 


Rep. 


Even'g 


Ind. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Sat. 


Local. 


Friday 


Ind. 


Friday 



DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. 



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Town. Name of Paper and Publisher. 

Marlboro— Enterprise, H. F. Wilder, 

—Weekly Enterprise, H. F. Wilder, 
Medford— Mercury. Samuel W. Lawrence, 
Melrose— Journal, C H. Adams, 

— Reporter, Dunton & Potter, 
Merrimac— Budget, Clifton 13. Heath, 
Methuen— Transcript, Transcript Pub. Co. 
Middleboro— Gazette, Wood & Tinkham, 

—News, Marcus M. Copeland. 
Milford— Gazette, G. M. Billings, 

— Journal, Cook & Sons, 

—Journal, Cook & Sons, 

—News, Leahy Bros. 
Millbury— Journal, F. H. Greenwood, 
Milton— News, W. A. Woodward, 
Monson— Register, Fred. E. Cady, 
Nantasket— News, News Pub. Co. 
Nantucket— Inquirer and Mirror, Roland B. Hussey, 

—Journal, Arthur H. Gardner, 
Natick— Bulletin, Geo. C. Fairbanks, 

—Citizen, William T. Howard, 

— Review, Martin Hall. 
Needham— Chronicle, Geo. W. Southworth, 
New Bedeokd— Catholic Union, Daniel G. Dinnigan, 

— Correio Portuguez, Xavier & Co. 

— Evening Standard, E. Anthony & Sons, 

— L'Independant, J. Ad. Caron, 

—Morning Mercury, Mercury Pub. Co. 

—Republican Standard, E. Anthony & Sons, 
Newburyport— Herald, Herald Co. 

—Herald, Herald Co. 

—Item, Hunt Pub. Co. 

—News, Fred. E. Smith, 
Newton— Circuit, Edgar A. Brown. 

—Graphic. Edward D. Baldwin, 

—Journal, George H. Pratt, 
North Abington— Plymouth County Press, Pratt Bros. 
North Adams— Berkshire Sunday Democrat, W. H. & L. C 
Chase, 

—Evening Herald, W. R. Sanford, 

—News, Fred. E. Ward, 

— Transcript, Transcript Pub. Co. 

—Transcript, Transcript Pub. Co. 
Northampton— Hampshire Gazette, Henry S. Gere & Sons, 

— Hampshire Gazette and Courier, Henry S. Gere & Sons, 

—Herald, Charles A. Pierce & Co. 
North Attleboro— Advertiser, F. W. Kling. 

—Evening Chronicle, H. D. Hunt. 
North Brookfield— Journal, Horace J. Lawrence, 
North Easton— Easton Bulletin, O. M. Tilden, 
Norton— Mirror, W. H. Barnes, 
Norwood— Advertiser, E. B. Thorndike, 

—Messenger, Messenger Pub. Co, 
Oakham— Herald, I. W. Mullett, 
Orange— Enterprise, Dexter L. Crandall, 

—Journal, William M. Pomeroy. 
Oxford— Mid- Weekly, Albert Tyler, 
Palmer— Journal, Charles B. Fiske & Co. 
Pepperell— Advertiser, Joseph A. Saunders. 
Pittsfield— Berkshire County Eagle, Eagle Pub. Co. 

—Evening Eagle, Eagle Pub. Co. 

—Evening Journal, journal Co. . • 

— Pittstleld Journal, Journal Co. 

—Sun, Sun Printing Co. 

—Sunday Morning Call, Mary J. Oatman, 



Character. Published. 


Local. 


Morn'g 


Local. 


Friday 


Ind. 


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Local. 


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Rep. 


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Thurs. 


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Sat. 


Cath. 


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Port. 


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French. 


Daily 


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Rep. 


Thurs. 


Rep. 


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Rep. 


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Dem. 


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Ind. Rep. 


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Rep. 


Sat. 


Rep. 


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Rep. 


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Local. 


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Rep. 


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Rep. 


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Rep. 


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Rep. 


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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Town. 



Name of Paper and Publisher. 



Character. Published. 



Plymouth— Free Press, D. W. Andrews, 

—Old Colony Memorial, Charles C. Doten, 
Provincetown— Advocate, Howard F. Hopkins, 

—Beacon, Beacon Pub. Co. 
Quincy— Advertiser. Fred. F. Green, 

- Ledger, George W. Preseott & Son, 

—Patriot, George W. Preseott & Son, 
Randolph— Register and Holbrook News. Daniel H. Huxford, 
Reading— Chronicle, William H. Twombly & Sons, 
Revere— Journal, E. H.Pierce, 

—Sentinel, Arthur B. Champlin, 
Rockland— Independent, H. B. Loud & Co. 

—Standard and Plymouth Co. Advertiser, J. S. Smith, 
Rockport— Review, George M. Haskins, 
Salem— Evening News, Robin Damon, 

—Gazette, Salem Gazette Co. 

—Saturday Evening Observer, Nevvcomb & Gauss, 
Sandwich— Independent, H. L. Chipman, 
Saugus— Herald, James A. Halliday, 
Scitu ATE— Herald, Pratt Bros. 
Sharon— Enterprise, Twitchell & Hight, 
Shelburne Falls— Deerfield Valley Echo, J. F. Temple, 
Somerville — Citizen, Citizen Co. 

—Journal, Journal Co. 
Southbridge— Herald, Robinson & Dougherty, 

—Journal, John W. Ellam, 

—Press, George Grant, 
South Framingham— Evening News, C. J. McPherson, 

—Gazette, Middlesex Newspaper Co. 

—Star, W. D. McPherson. 

—Tribune, Tribune Pub. Co. 
South Weymouth— Sun, Pratt Bros. 
Spencer— Leader, W. J. Heffernan, 

—Sun, E. E. Dickerman, 
Springfield— Christian Unity, Word and Work, S. G. Otis, 

— Citoyen Franco- Americain (French), French- Am. College, 

—Herald of Life, Life and Advent Union, 

—Homestead, Phelps Pub. Co. 

—New England Homestead, Orange Judd Co. 

—News, Daily News Pub. Co. 

—Our Gospel Letter, Christian Unity Pub. Co. 

— Republican, Republican Co. 

— Republican, Republican Co. 

—Republican, Republican Co. 

— Tribune, Thomas F. English, 

—Union, A. P. Langtry, 

—Union, A. P. Langtry, 

—Union, A. P. Langtry, 
Stoneham— Independent, F. L. & W. E. Whittier, 

—Daily Enterprise, John S. Lewis, 
Stoughton— Record. A. M. Bridgman and D. M. Pierce, 

—Sentinel, L. W. Standish, 
Taunton— Bristol County Republican, Wm. Reed, Jr. 

—Evening Herald, Herald Co. 

— Evening News. News Corporation, 

— Gazette, Wm. E. Reed, Jr. 
Templeton— Recorder, R. William Waterman & Co. 

— Templeton Press, John F. Folsom. 
Turner's Falls— Reporter, Cecil T. Bagnall, 
Uxbridge- Compendium, L. H. Balcome, 
Wakefield— Citizen ami Banner, M. P. Foster, 

—Item, Fred. W. Young, 
Wai.pole— Central Norfolk Democrat, J. D. Emmons, 
Waltham— Evening News, Thomas B. Eaton, 

—Free Press-Tribune, Alexander Starbuck, 



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Rep. 
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Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
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Ind. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
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Rep. 
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Local. 
Rep. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Local. 
Local. 
Rep. 
Ind. 
Rep. 

Ind. Rep. 
Ind. 
Rep. 
Dem. 
Local. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
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Local. 
Rep. 

R. and F. 
Congl. 
Advent. 
Local. 
Agri. 
Dem. 
Denom. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Cath. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Ind. 

Rep. 
Ind. 
Rep. 
Ind. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Ind. 

Ind. 

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Ind. 

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Rep. 



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DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. 



217 



Town. 



Name of Paper and Publisher. 



Character. Published. 



Ware— Ware River News. R. E. Capron, 
Wareham— Courier, Courier Pub. Co. 
Warren— Herald, Daniel G. Hitchcock, 
Watertown— Enterprise, F. G. Barker, 
Webster— Times, John Cort, 
Wellesley— Courant, William T. Howard. 

—Review, George C. Fairbanks, 
Westboro— Chronotype, Ira M. Beanian, 
Westfield— Times and News Letter, Clark & Story Co. 

— Valley Echo, Home Newspaper Pub. Co. 
West Gardner -Gardner Journal, Whiting & Whitaker, 
West Springfield— Journal, Inman & Co. 
Weymouth— Every Tuesday, Weymouth & BraintreePub. Co. 

— Gazette, Weymouth & Braintree Pub. Co. 

—Life, Weymouth & Braintree Pub. Co. 
Whitman— Times and Plymouth County Courier, L. B. Hatch, 
Winchendon— Courier, Courier Pub. Co. 
Winchester— Star, Theodore P. Wilson, 
Winthrop— Sun, F. J. Moses, 

—Visitor, S. E. Cowell, 
Woburn— Journal, George A. Hobbs, 

—News, Wallace & Andrews, 
Worcester— Builders' Weekly, Builders' Weekly Co. 

—Daily Telegram, Telegram Newspaper Co. 

— Evening Gazette, Gazette Co. 

—Evening Post, Post Pub. Co. 

— Finska Amerikanaren, 

— L'Opinion Publique, Belisle Printing Co. 

—Massachusetts Spy, Spy Pub. Co. 

— Messenger, James J. Doyle, 

-Nya Faderneslandet, John F. Lundberg, 

— Skandinavia (Swedish), Swedish Pub. Co. 

— Svea, Svenson & Trulson, 

—Recorder, Joshua O'Leary, 

—Spy, Spy Pub. Co. 

—Sunday Spy, Spy Pub. Co. 

—Sunday Telegram. Telegram Pub. Co. 
Yarmouthport— Yarmouthport Register, C. F. Sw|ft & Son, 

FISH AND GAME DAWS. 



Local. 

Local. 

Ind. 

Local. 

Rep. 

Ind. 

Local. 

Ind. 

Local. 

Local. 

Ind. 

Local. 

Rep. 

Ind. 
Ind. 
Local. 
Rep. 
Soo. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Cons. 
Rep. 
Rep. 

Ind. Dem. 
Finnish. 
Ind. Dem. 
Rep. 
Cath. 
Swed. 
Rep. 
Illus. 
Cath. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 
Rep. 



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FISH— WHEN NOT TO BE TAKEN. 

Penalties. 

Black Bass, between Dec. 1 and 
June 1, not less than eight inches 
In length, $2 to $20 

Trout, Lake Trout and Landlocked 
Salmon, except in Berkshire, 
Hampshire and Franklin coun- 
ties, between Sept. 1 and April 1, 10 to 25 

Trout, Lake Trout and Landlocked 
Salmon, in Berkshire, Hampshire 
and Franklin counties, between 
Aug. 1 and April 1, 10 to 25 

Trout are not to be sold, offered 
or exposed for sale less than six 
inches in length, 10 

Salmon, between Aug. 1 and May 
1, 10 to 50 

Smelt, between March 15 and June 
1. 1 

Lobsters are not to be taken less 
than 10% Inches in length, S 

Lobsters bearing eggs not to be 
taken at any season, 10 to 100 

Neta not to be used In ponds under 
penalty of forfeiting apparatus 
and 20 to 50 

GAME— WHEN NOT TO BD KILLED. 

Partridge or Ruffed Grouse, be- 



tween Jan. 1 and Sept. 15, 

Woodcock, between Jan. 1 and 
Sept. 15, 

Ouail, between Jan. 1 and Oct. 
15. 

Duck of all kinds, between April 
15 and Sept 1, 

Plover, Snipe, Rail, Marsh and 
Beach Birds, between May 1 and 
July 15, 

Gray Squirrels, Hares and Rab- 
bits between March 1 and Sept. 
15. 

Deer are not to be killed at any 
time. 

Insectivorous and Song Birds are 
not to be killed at any time. 

Trapping, Snaring and Ferreting 
of Birds and Animals and Set- 
ting Snares prohibited, except 
owner on his own land may take 
grouse, 

Mongolian, English and Golden 
Pheasants are not to be killed or 
held In possession except for 
propagation, 

Sending or carrying game out of 
the State prohibited, 

Shooting or fishing on the Lord's 
day prohibited, 



$20 

20 

20 

20 

10 

10 

100 

10 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



LUNATIC HOSPITALS. 

Worcester Lunatic Hospital. 
Worcester.— Supr., Hosea M. Qulnby, 
M. D., salary $3,000. Trustees. Rock- 
wood Hoar, Worcester; David T. 
Dickinson, Cambridge; Mrs. Sarah E. 
Whitin, Whitinsville; Miss Frances 
M. Lincoln, Worcester; George T. 
Wells, South bridge; Thomas II. Gage, 
Worcester; Samuel B. Woodward, 
Worcester. 

Worcester Insane Asylum, sum 
mer street, Worcester. — Supt., Ernest 
V. Scribner, M. D. Trustees, same 
as Worcester Lunatic Hospital. 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital. Taun 
ton.— Supt., John P. Brown, M. D.. 
salary $3,000. Trustees, Milton Reed. 
Fall River; Mrs. Ruth S. Murray. 
New Bedford; Mrs. Susan E. Lea- 
royd, Wakefield; Oakes A. Ames. 
Easton; Henry R. Stedman, Boston: 
William C. Lovering, Taunton; Ger- 
ard C. Tobey, Warebam. 

Northampton Lunatic Hospital. 
Northampton.— Supt., John A, Hous- 
ton, M. D., salary $2,500. Trustees, 
Elisha Morgan, Springfield; Alvan 
Barrus, Goshen; Mrs. Sarah T. 
Woodworth, Chicopee; Mrs. Sarah 
M. Butler, Northampton; Frederic 
W. Chapin, Springfield; William I>. 
Maclnnis, Pittsfleld; Lyman D. 
James, Williamsburg. 

Danvers Lunatic Hospital, Dan- 
vers.— Supt., A. H. Harrington, sal- 
ary $2,500. Trustees. Solon Ban- 
croft, Reading; Samuel W. Hopkiu- 
son, Haverhill; Orville F. Rogers, 
Boston: Miss Florence Lyman. Bos- 
ton; William B. Sullivan, Danvers; 
Zlna E. Stone, Lowell; Grace A. Oli- 
ver. Salem. 

Westboko Insane Hospital, West- 
boro.— Supt., George S. Adams, M. 
D., salary $2,500. Trustees, Mrs. 
Emily Talbot, Boston: Alden Sp^-are, 
Newton; George R. Richmond. Now 
Bedford; Eliza C. Durfee, Fall River; 
Benjamin W. Child*. Worcester: Ed- 
ward H. Haskell, Newton; John. M. 
Merriam, Framingbam. 

Medfield Insani: Asylum, Med- 
fleld.— Supt., Edward French, M. D.. 
salary $2,500. Trustees, William O. 
Blanev, Boston; Edwin V. Mitchell, 
Medfield: Florena G. Wellington, 
Hoxbury, Benjamin S. Atwood, 
Whitman: John G. Park, Groton; 
Elizabeth Thurber, Plymouth; Ira G. 
Hersey. Hingham. 



LYMAN AND INDUSTRIAL 
SCHOOLS. 

Lyman School for Boys, West- 
boro.— Supt., Theodore F. Chapin, 
salary $2,000; Physician, F. E. Corey, 
M. D., salary, $300. Trustees, Hen-' 
ry C. Greeley, Clinton; Elizabeth C. 
Putnam. Boston; Edmund C. San- 
ford, Worcester; Samuel W. MeDau- 
iell, Cambridge; Michael J. Sullivan, 
Chicopee; Mrs. Elizabeth G. Evans. 
Boston; Melvin H. Walker, West- 
boro. 

State Industrial School for 
Girls. Lancaster. — Supt., Mrs. Luann 
L. Brackett, salary $1,200; Physician, 
Mary Y. O'Callaghan, M. D., salary 
$200. Trustees, same as Lyman 
School for Boys. 

STATE ALMSHOUSE AND STATE 
FARM. 

State Almshouse, Tewksbury.— 
Supt. and Resident Physician, John 
H. Nichols, M. D., salary $2,250; 
Asst. Supt., Archibald J. Ranney. M. 
D., salary $1,500; Asst. Physicians, 
Arthur T. Mann. M. D., salary ?5O0: 
Edmund F. Curry, M. D. Clerk. Hi- 
ram I*. Dinsmore, salary $1,000. 
Trustees, Rev. Payson W. Lyman, 
Fall Fiiverr Jacob H. Hecht. Boston: 
J. White Belcher, Randolph; Mrs. 
Anna F. Prescott, Boston; Mrs. Sa- 
rah D. Fiske, Maiden: Cecil F. P. 
Bancroft, Andover; Leonard Hun- 
tress, Lowell. 

State Farm, Bridgewater.— Sunt., 
Holiis M. Blackstone, salary $2. ."""<>», 
Deputy Supt., Benjamin F. Robin- 
son, salary $1,000; Resident Phvsi- 
cian, Charles A. Drew. M. D., -al- 
ary $1,200; Asst. Physician, J. Frank 
Blair, M. J>.; Clerk, Henry J. Sta-u. 
Trust cos, same as State Almshouse. 



P1{I SON'S 

S 



AND REFORMATORIES. 



no Prison, Boston (Chariei 
town i. Warden, Benj. F. Bridz-; 
Deerlbdd, salary :?.3.7n6; Deputy \Va: 
den, Nathan D. Allen, salary ?2,i . 
Cleric, Edward A. Darling, salar 
$2,000; Physician, Joseph 1. M« 
Laur.hlln, M. D., salary Sl.GO 1 
Clo.pl;. in, It.cfv. John W. F. Barn* 
snlnry $2,000; Agent for Discharge 
Convh-tH, George E. Cornwall, salar 
ollicc State House. Boston. 
Rkkokmatory. Concord (Po; 
Concord Junction).— Supt., J 



$l,ooo 

Mam 

Gin.-.., 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



219 



soph F. Scott, Concord, salary 
$3,500; Deputy Supt., Charles S. 
Hart.salary $2,000; Physician, Theo- 
dore Chamberlain, M. D., salary 
$1,000; Clerk, Percy W. Allen, salary 
$2,000; Chaplain, Uev. W. J. Batt, 
salary $2,000. 

Reformatory Prison for Women, 
Sherborn (Post Office, South Fra- 
mingham).— Supt., Ellen C. Johnson, 
Boston, salary $2,000; Deputy Supt., 
Frances A. Morton, salary $701; 
Physician, Frances W. Potter, M. D., 
Boston, salary $1,000; Chaplain, Et- 
tie L. Lee, salary $1,000; Clerk, Su- 
sie P. Brooks, salary $800. 

OTHER INSTITUTIONS. 

HosriTAL Cottaoes for Chil- 
dren, Baldwinsville.— Supt. (vacan- 
cy). State Trustees, Charles H. Al- 
len, Lizzie R. Doherty, David H. 
Coolidge, Boston; Arthur H. Lowe, 
Fitchburg; Merrick Bemis, Worces- 
ter. 

Massachusetts Charitable Eye 
and Ear Infirmary, 170 Charles 
street, Boston.— Supt., Dr. George 
Stedman; State Trustees, Willard P. 
Phillips, Salem; William D. Sohier, 
Beverly. 

Massachusetts General Hospi- 
tal, Blossom street, Bosrou.— Resi- 
dent Physician, John W. Pratt, M. 
D.; State Trustees. David P. Kim- 
ball, William S. Bigelow, Boston; 
Charles V. Bemis, Medford; Henry 
S. Howe, Brookline. 

Mass. Homoeopathic Hospital. 
East Concord street, Boston.— Resi- 
dent Physician, Thomas M. Strong, 
M. I).; State Trustees, Era'stus T. 
CoJburn, Newton; James IT. Eaton, 
Lawrence; N. Emmons Paine. New- 
ton; Oliver H. Dnrrell, Cambridge; 
Sidney M. Hedges, Boston. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Dip- 
somaniacs and Inebriates. Foxboro. 



—Supt., Marcello Hutchinson, salary, 
$2,0S3; State Trustees, Benjamin H. 
Hartwell, Ayer; Anna P. Williams, 
Boston; Alfred E. Burton, Boston; 
Joseph G. Pinkham, Lynn; Edward 
Cowles, Belmont. 

Massachusetts Hospital tor Con- 
sumptives and Tubercular Pa- 
tients, Rutland.— Trustees, Welling- 
ton E. Parkhurst, Clinton; Augustine 
W. Esleeck, Holyoke; Frederick B. 
Percy, Brookline; Alfred Worcester, 
Waltham; John C. Hammond, .North- 
ampton. 

Massachusetts Hospital for Epi- 
leptics, Monson, I*. o. Palmer.— - 
Supt.. Dr. Everett Flood. Trustees, 
William N. Bollard, Boston; Burn- 
ham R. Benner. Lowell; Adelaide A. 
Calkins, Springfield; Albert C. Getch- 
ell. Worcester; Charles A. Clough, 
Boston; Mabel W. Stedman, Boston; 
William S. Hyde, Ware. 

Massachusetts School for the 
Feeble-Minded, Waltham. — Supt., 
Walter E. Fernald; State Trustees, 
John S. Damrell. Boston: William 
W. Swan, Brookline; Francis .1. 
Barnes. Cambridge; Elizabeth E. 
Coolidge, Boston; Erskine Warden, 
Waltham; Frank G. Wheatley, Ab 
Ington. 

Perkins Institution and Massa 
chusetts School for the Blind. 
r>.">3 East Broadway, South Boston. - 
Director, Michael Anagnos; Medical 
Inspector, John Honians; State Trus 
tees, William L. Richardson, Boston; 
Norwood 1'. Hallowell, Medford: 
Francis W. Hunuewell, Welleslej ; 
Robert H. Gardiner, Newton. 

Soldiers 1 Home in Massachu- 
setts, Chelsea.— Supt., Capt. G. W. 
Creasey; State Trustees, Elisha >. 
Converse, Maiden; Nelson F. Bond. 
Fitchburg; Charles H. Porter, Quin- 



LABOR LAWS OF MASSACHUSETTS IN BRIEF. 



General weekly payment prescribed. 

Fifty-eight hours a week the limit 
of labor for all minors and women In 
all mercantile and manufacturing es- 
tablishments. 

Nine hours constitute a day's work 
for all laborers, workmen and me- 
chanics employed by or in behalf of 
the Commonwealth or any city or 
town. 

Ten hours to constitute a day's 
work for all street railway conduc- 
tors, drivers and motormen. 

No child under fifteen to be em 
Ployed in any factory, workshop or 
mercantile establishment unless he 
has attended school for at least 30 
weeks In the year. 

Seats in manufacturing, mechan- 
ical or mercantile establishments re- 
quired for female employees. 



Healthful sanitation and proper 
ventilation of all factories, etc., re- 
quired under penalty. 

Mechanics given preference In at- 
tachments for wages on property on 
which they have labored. 

Special law compelling display of 
specifications in the manufacture of 
textiles. 

Engineers and firemen reouired t" 
pass examinations for license. 

Free text - books In all puuin 
schools. 

Intimidation of employees prohib- 
ited. 

Any attempt to Influence the giving 
or withholding of a vote prohibited. 

State board of arbitration appoint- 
ed to act as the medium when re- 
quested in the settlement of disputes 
between labor and capital. 



220 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



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STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 



221 



Name. 



Worcester Lunatic Hospital 

Worcester Insane Asylum 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital 

Northampton Lunatic Hospital 

Danvers Lunatic Hospital 

Westboro Insane Hospital 

Hospital for Dipsomaniacs, Foxboro — 

State Almshouse, Tewksbury 

State Farm, Bridgewater 

♦McLean Asylum, Waverley ■ 

Lyman School, Westboro 

State Industrial School, Lancaster 

♦Mass. School Feeble- Minded, Waltham 

Medfield Insane Asylum 

♦Baldwinsville Cottages 

Mass. Hospital for Epileptics: 



Superintendent. 



H. M. Quinby, M. D. 
IE. V. Scribner, M. U. 
IJohn P. Brown, M. D. 

J. A. Houston, M. D. 

A.H.Harrington,M.D. 

Geo. S. Adams, M. D. 

M. Hutchinson. M. D. 
j.IohnH. Nichols. M.D. 

H. M. Blackstone .... 

Edward Cowles, M. D. 

iTheo. F. Chapin 

ILuann L. Bracken.. 
iW. E. Fern aid. M. D. 
| Edward French, M. D. 

H. W. Papre, M. D. 

Everett Flood, M. D. 



$2,000 
2,449 
3,01)0 
2,500 
2,500 
2,1 500 

2,500 

2,250 

2,500 

2,000 
1,200 
3,000 
2,500 
1,200 



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419 
806 
5t53 
890 
584 
159 
1252 
1168 
1C>4 
296 
167 
598 
1001 
116 
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79.167 
151 ,552 
103,132" 
213.940 
139,482 
66,383 
178,772 
208,680 

77.089 
42,715 
129,993 
154,622 
38,818 
20,400 



* Partly under State control. 

The total appropriation for State paupers under the direction of the State Board 
of Lunacy and Charity, in 1898, was $645,400. 



NUMBER 



PAUPERISM IN MASSACHUSETTS. 

IN CITIES AND TOWNS. > 
of Persons Wholly or Partially Supported. 
(The State poor in institutions not included.) 





•6 


•6 


.j 




4> 


a 
















>."£ 




Counties. 


a* 


a » 


O 3 




1" 


C3C0 






£ 


(X 


fc 


Barnstable, . 


180 


779 


$41,393 


Berkshire, . . 


500 


2.094 


89,461 


Bristol, . . . 


1,639 


13,019 


237.557 


Dukes, . . . 


18 


39 


3,863 


Essex. . . . 


2,223 


8.959 


300,338 


Franklin, . . 


203 


809 


35.402 


Hampden, . . 


1,034 


5,743 


132,514 


Hampshire, . 


288 


1.465 


51.784 


Middlesex, . . 


3.103 


12,766 


393,181 


Nantucket, . 


42 


155 


7,348 


Norfolk, . . . 


592 


2,-549 


133,043 


Plymouth, . . 


4*2 


2,943 


107,929 


Suffolk, . . . 


5,042 


12,183 


597.453 


Worcester, . 


1.478 
16,825 


9.569 
73,072 


268,967 


Total, . . 


$2,400,206 



Poor in the State within the 
Year ending Sept. 30, 1898. 

In-door poor supported, average. 
State, 4,187 

Town, 10.107 



14,294 



Out-door poor supported, average. 



State, _ 
Town," 

Out-door poor relieved. 
State, 
Town, 



1,063 
1,003 



20,214 

41,980 



Cost of support and relief- 
Towns, 
State, 

Total, 



62,194 



$2,400,206 
626,372 



$3,026,? 

INSANE IN THE STATE. 

Number of State, town and pri- 
vate patients in public hos- 
pitals and asylums for the 



insane Sept. 30, 1898, 


6,865 


Number in town almshouses, 


874 


In private families, 


147 


Total. 


7,886 


Probable causes of mental dis- 




eases in seven hospitals in 
1898: 
Intemperance, 




272 


Heredity, 


166 


Senilitv, 


190 


111 health. 


66 


Net cost to the State of inmates 




of State institutions (not all 




insane). $575,680 


Average weekly cost per capita, 


$2.71 



222 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

IMMIGRATION STATISTICS. 

For the year ending Sept. 30, 1*98. 
Nativity of Aliens Arriving at the Port of Boston from Foreign Ports. 











— «j 










o 
























1896. 


1897. 


1898. 






1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


Si t - 


















j3*0 










U£ 








' 


U£ 










Kj 1 










K 


Ireland. 


8,71? 


6,330 


5,773 


.78 


Spain. 


9 


o 


9 




England, 


3.57? 


3.013 


3,23* 


28 


Portugal, 


11 


o 


.3 


— 


Wales, 


3? 


10 


19 




Denmark, 


61 


63 


170 


— 


Scotland, 


940 


490 


585 


7 


Hungary, 


16 


25 


16 


1 


Germany, 


82 


150 


150 


5 


Austria. 


73 


99 


131 


19 


France, 


35 


37 


63 


1 


Finland. 


979 


305 


203 


7 


Russia, 


596 


454 


523 


102 


Australia, 


<> 


2 


1 


— 


Poland, 


15 


a 


137 


oo 


Turkey, 


18 


30 


2 


1 


Switzerland, 


3 


6 


6 


— 


Greece. 


5 


3 


1 


— 


Sweden, 


2,198 


1,238 


1,516 


— I 


Other countries. 


42 


62 


108 


— 


Norway, 


756 


390 


269 


— 


British North 










Belgium, 
Holland, 
Italy, 


4 
10 

21 


5 

n 

19 





— 


Amer'n Pos.. 


67 


28 


125 


— 


11 


_ 


Totals, 


18274 


12,768 


13,058 


371 



In addition to the above, there were 220 who arrived at New Bedford, 49 at Prov 
incetown, and 5 at Gloucester. 

The total amount of money brought over by the above immigrants was $160,145 
or an average of $12.27 each. 



DESTINATION OF IMMIGRANTS ARRIVING AT BOSTON. 



1896. 



1897. 1898. 



1897. 



1898. 



Alabama, 

Arizona, 

California, 

Colorado, 

Connecticut, 

Delaware, 

Dist. of Columbia 

Florida, 

Georgia, 

Idaho. 

Illinois, 

Indiana, 

Iowa. 

Kansas. 

Kentucky, 

Louisiana, 

Maine. 

Maryland, 

Massachusetts, 

Michigan, 

Minnesota, 

Mississippi, 

Missouri, 

Montana, 

Nebraska, 



r>2 


20 


54 


9 


108 


74 


o 








1 


1 


1 


— 


••> 


4 


514 


316 


18 


12 


68 


42 


9 


8 


6 


1 


33U 


247 



13,130' 
207 
3191 

io! 

141 



,879 

71 
1T4 

iT 

15 
1? 



3 


Nevada. 


2 


1 


3 


4 


New Hamnshire, 


394 


316 


241 


30| 


New Jersey, 


44 


20 


24 


"1 


New Mexico, 


— 


— 


5 


1071 


New York. 


1,211 


598 


913 


1\ 


North Carolina, 


— 


2 


o 


ll 


North Dakota, 


57 


41 


33 


4 


Ohio, 


97 


52 


64 


1 


Oklahoma. 


1 


— 


— 


8 


Ore fro n. 


2 


3 


4 


337| 


Pennsylvania, 


258 


155 


147 


l4 ; 


Rhode Island. 


1.051 


551 


698 


38 


South Carolina, 


— 


1 


1 


25 


South Dakota, 


25 


16 


12 


4 


Tennessee, 


— 


— 


3 


4l 


Texas, 


9 


4 


8 


20 1| 


Utah, 


5 


3 


3 


91 


Vermont, 


63 


39 


44 


713 


Virginia, 


12 


2 


2 


69 


Washington. 


10 


4 


28 


166 


West Virginia, 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Wisconsin, 


127 


29 


21 


181 


Wyoming, 


12 


11 


1 


Totals, 


18,274 


12.765 


13,058 



IMMIGRATION STATISTICS. 
OCCUPATIONS OF IMMIGRANTS ARRIVING AT BOSTON. 



223 





S3 


C/3 

CD 

a 

o 

fa 


• 


"a 


a5 

9 

"3 

a 

09 
fa 


Professional. 






Skilled— (Concluded). 






Actors, 


i 


1 


Saddlers and harness-m'kers. 


3 


_ 


Artists, 


6 





Seamstresses, 


- 


29 


Clergy, 


28 


- 


Shoemakers, 


57 


2 


Editors, 


— 


— 


Spinners, 


23 


8 


Engravers, 


5 


1 


Stone-cutters, 


12 


— 


Lawyers, 


12 


— 


Tailors, 


101 


6 


Musicians, 


5 


1 


Tanners and curriers. 


1 


— 


Physicians, 


14 


- 


Tinners, 


5 


— 


Teachers, 


10 


12 


Tobacco manufacturers. 


12 


2 


All others not specified, 


1'Z 


36 


Watch and clock makers, 


8 


— 








Weavers, 

All others not specified, 

Total skilled, 


101 

77 


109 


Total professional, 


103 


51 


18 


Skilled. 


1,216 


292 


Accountants, etc., 


8 


2 


Miscellaneous. 






Bakers, 


40 











Barbers and hair-dressers. 


9 


i 


Agents, factors, 


28 


— 


Blacksmiths, 


43 


j 


Bankers, 


1 


— 


Brewers, 


3 


_! 


Cooks, 


6 


30 


Butchers, 


27 





Farmers, 


280 


— 


Cabinet-makers. 


13 





Grocers, 


16 


_ 


Carpenters and joiners, 


79 


— 


Hotel-keepers, 


3 


— 


Clerks, 


178 


n 


Laborers, 


2,414 


— 


Coopers. 


5 





Merchants, dealers, 


137 


1 


Dressmakers, 


o 


103 


Servants, 


40 


3,934 


Engineers, 


60 


1 


All others, not stated. 


317 


121 


Gardeners, 
Glaziers, 


28 

1 










~ 


Total miscellaneous, 


3,242 


4,086 


Iron-workers, 


24 











Jewelers, 


4 





No occu., includ. worn. & chil. 


1,553 


2,515 


Locksmiths, 


o 











Machinists, 


29 


1 


Recapitulation. 






Mariners. 


92 










Masons, 


19 





Professional, 


103 


51 


Mechanics, not specified, 


19 





Skilled, 


1,216 


292 


Millers, 


5 


1 


Miscellaneous, 


3,242 


4,086 


Miners, 


p8 


— ] 


No occupation, 


1,553 


2,515 


Painters, 
Plasterers, 


59 

1 










z\ 


Total, 


6,114 


6,944 


Plumbers, 


19 


1 








Printers, 


19 


— 1 









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For one passenger in city proper. 
except for distances beyond certain 
limits, or within South Boston, East 
Boston, Charlestown or Koxbury, 50 
cents. Each additional adult passen- 
ger, 50 cents. Children under four 
years with an adult, free; between 
four and twelve years, half price. 
From 12 at night to 6 in the morning, 
25 cents extra for each passenger. 
No charge for one trunk; each addi- 
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carriages and one-horse cabs, 25 cents 
each passenger for ordinary trips, or 
$1 per hour for one or up to four pas- 
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Melrose will become a city January 1, 
1900. At a special town meeting it was 
voted 526 to 218 to accept the act of the 
Legislature making it a city. The elec- 
tion of city officials will take place in 
December. They will include a mayor 
and one branch of aldermen, twenty-one 
in all. seven at large and two from each 
of the seven wards. Melrose will be the 
thirty-third city incorporated in Massa- 
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was North Adams, April 8, 1895. 



224 MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 

PRODUCTIVE INDUSTRIES OF NEW ENGLAND. 

(U. S. Census of 1890.) 
' GRANITE PRODUCTION. 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts.. 
Rhode Island . . . 
Connecticut 



No of 
Quarries. 



153 
78 
53 

151 
37 
53 



Capital 
Invested. 



$1,377,735 
761,362 
967,750 
2,235.759 
646,392 
891,889 



Hands 
Employed, 



3,737 
1,253 
961 
3,333 
1,195 
1,630 



Paid in Value of 

Wages. Products. 



51,517,026 
529,945 
408,916 
1,630.128 
618,030 
697,080 



$2,225,839 
727,531 
581,870 

2,503,503 
931.216 

1,001.202 



The great bulk of the granite output comes from the vicinity of the eastern coast 
of the United States. The States of Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode 
Island. Georgia, New Hampshire. Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maryland, New Jersey, 
Virginia, New York, Delaware. North and South Carolina produced in 1889 77.72 per 
cent, of all the granite produced in the entire country, and the New England States 
produced 55.52 per cent, of the entire output, valued at $8,031,161. Massachusetts 
and Maine were tirst and second respectively, Connecticut and Rhode Island fourth 
and fifth, New Hampshire seventh, and Vermont ninth in the value of product. 



COTTON MANUFACTURES. 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts . 
Rhode Island... 
Connecticut 



No.of Es- 


Capital 


Hands 


Paid in 


Value of 


ments. 


Invested. 


Employed 


Wnges. 


Products. 


23 


$20,850,754 


13,992 


$4,372,473 


$15,316,909 


27 


26,801.933 


19,533 


6,429,084 


21,958.002 


6 


1,431,986 


737 


220,742 


914,685 


187 


128,838,837 


70.213 


26.230,667 


100.202,882 


94 


38.798.161 


24,832 


8,131,142 


27.310,499 


65 


26,431,578 


13,411 


4,524,483 


15,409,476 



According to the Census Bulletin for 1890, nearly six-sevenths of the print cloths 
and a much larger proportion of the finest goods were made in New P^ngland. 

WOOLEN MANUFACTURES. 



8TATE8. 


No.ofEs- 
tablish- 
ments. 


Capital 
Invested. 


Hands 
Employed 


Paid in 

Wages. 


Value of 
Products. 


Maine 


89 
99 
41 
. 336 
91 
109 


$9,700,525 
15,090.286 
4,264.264 

75.665,(537 
28,886,337 
25,090,116 


5,453 
9.446 
2.303 
43,038 
19,325 
13,047 


$1,991,676 

3,350,195 

895,284 

16,154,034 
7,049,109 
4,940,783 


$8,814,256 


New Hampshire 


14,477.572 




3,829,641 




72.681 ,408 




34,722,495 


Connecticut 


28,843,963 







The great seats for the manufacture of woolen goods are the New England States, 
Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. 



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STATES. 


No. of 

Vessels. 


Persons 

Em- 
ployed. 


Tonnage. 


Value of 
Outfit. 


Capital and 
Short- 
Property. 


Value of 
Fisheries. 


Maine. 


408 
15 

836 
69 

214 


14,129 
3(55 

17,238 
1,757 
3,047 


13,136.67 

588.05 

59,259.30 

1 ,484.79 

5,269.68 


$638,151 

33,390 

2.550,444 

140.202 

243,384 


$1,415,108 

43,100 

7,343,407 

614,283 

1,959,305 


$2,111,206 


New Hampshire 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 


88,511 

5,858,274 

935,114 


Connecticut 


1,557,506 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Explanations.— The towns and cities are arranged in alphabetical order, with the exception of the city 
of Boston, which occurs at the end of the book on tinted paper. 

It has been the intention to make the list of business firms complete for each town, and great pains and 
labor have been expended to attain this end. Names are not entered, however, under more than one classi- 
fication unless in entirely separate and distinct lines of business. Before concluding that some name has been 
omitted, please make sure that you have looked under the right heading before condemning the book. A 
uniform system of classification has been used throughout, with some minor alterations to suit local condi- 
tions. 

Under the head of " Clergymen and Churches" the street addresses given are those of the pastors and not 
of the churches. 

The population figures given are based on the State census of 18'.).5. 

The presiding officer in lists of Boards and Committees is designated by the letters ch. after the name. 

Unless otherwise mentioned the post office address of all parties is that* of the town name itself. 

Constables who have given bonds and are thereby (jualified to serve civil writs, are designated by the^word 
(civil) after the name. 

Abbbeviations in List of Clergymen. — f A. M. E. », African Methodist Episcopal; (B.), Baptist; 
(C. B.), Calvinistie Baptist ; (Ch.), Christian; v Cong.>, Congregationalist; (E.), Episcopalian; (E. A.), Evan- 
gelical Advent; (E. L.), Evangelical Lutheran; » F.), Friends; (F. B.), Free Baptist; ( Er. Prut.), French 
Protestant; (Fr. R. C), French Boman Catholic ; (.1.), Jewish; (L.), Lutheran; (Meth.), Methodist; 
(Pres.), Presbyterian; (B. C), Boman Catholic; (S. A.), Second Advent; (Swed. M.), Swedish Methodist; 

ISwed. CongJ, Swedish Congregationalist; (U. P.), United Presbyterian; (Uvl.), Universalist ; (Un.), 
Jnitariar ; (W.JML), Wesleyan Methodist. 

ABBREVIATIONS IN List OF PHYSICIANS.— (Horn.), Homeopathic ; (Mag.), Magnetic; (Eel.), Eclectic ; 
(Bot.), Botanic. 
Special Abbreviations of a local nature will be found under the City headings to which they relate. 



ABINGTON. 



In Plymouth Co., 10 m. southeast of Boston and 18 m. southwest of Ply- 
mouth on the Plymouth Div. old Colony Sys. N. Y., N. H. & H. It. R. ; elec- 
tric railway from Ahington to North Abington and to Brockton, Whitman 
and Rockland. Inc. June 10, 1712. Pop., 4,207. 

Villages— North Ahington, West Abiugton. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— Daniel R. Coughlan 
Selectmen- 
Augustus H. Wright, chairman. 

Alexander McDonald, North A. 

Horace A. Chamberl in 
Auditors— John W. Sprout 

William E. Lyon, North A. 

Treasurer— Granville R. Farrar 
Collector— William II. Nash 
Assessors— Selectmen 
' >verseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— Frank C. Bates, North A. 

Hervey B. Russell, North A. 

William O. Grigg, North A. 

trunk W. Nash 

John Lydon 

William Pierce 
Highway Commissioners— 

Edward C. Rowland, eh. 

Edward J. Rourke 

Lorenzo W. Goweli, North A. 

\\ at or Commissioners- 
Joseph L. Greenwood, ch., North A. 



George A. Beal 

Charles S. Loud 
Park Commissioners— 

Ashton H. Pratt 

William J. Coughlan 

Moses N. Arnold North A. 

Chief Police— William Pierce 
Board Health— Selectmen 
Chief Fire Dept.— A. H. Wright 

Public Schools. 

Committee— II. A. Chamberlain, ch. 
Richard B. Rand, North A. 

Henry W. Dudley 

Supt.— W. II. Sanderson, Brldgewater 

Prin. High School- 
Reuben L. Ilsley, North A. 

Prins. Grammar Schools — 
George H. Galger, North A. 

Barbara E. Hunter 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Auctioneers— 

John Sproul 

John F. L. Whitmarsh. 



WARRING! 



The MASSACnUSETTS YEAR BOOK Is published by F. S. Blanchard 
& Co., Worcester, and is duly copyrighted. Anyone unlawfully using or 
appropriating its contents will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. 



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ABINGTON— Continued. 

Bakers— Mrs. Aurelia A. Beaman, 

North A. 
Charles B. Feltch 
Band— Abington Brass Band, Thos. F. 

Giles, leader 
Banks — Abington National, Granville R. 
Farrar, cash 
Abington Savings Bank, Geo. A. Beal, 

treas. 
North Abington Co-operative Bank, E. 
W. Calkins, sec. 
Bicycle Dealers— - 
Clarke & Tanner, North A. 

Geo. E. Fairbanks' & Co. ' 
E. F. Lamson 
Nash Bros. 
Bicycle Mfrs — Abington Cycle Co. 
Blacksmiths— David A. Irwin, 

North A. 
William C. Lean 
Daniel H. McNally 
William Pierce 

George H. Williamson, North A. 

Booksellers and Stationers- 
James J. Donelson 

Dexter Grose, North A. 

William J. Sheehan 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
Frederick W. Clark, North A. 

B. L. Nash 
Mansfield S. O'Brien 

Thomas H. Riordan, North A. 

C. L. Stevens, North A. 
Boot and Shoe Heel Mfrs.— 

J. E. Dunham, North A. 

W. A. Hollis, North A. 

W. S. O'Brien, 
Boot and Shoe Machinery— 

H. H. Buffum 
Boot and Shoe Makers— 

J. B. Ballard 

S. A. Doble, North A. 

0. Frank Kennedy 

Thomas H. Reardon 
Boot and Shoe Mfrs.— 

Charles H. Alden & Co. 

M. N. Arnold & Co., North A. 

Lewis A. Crossett, North A. 

King Bros. 

Lilliputian Shoe Co. 

W. E. Lyons, North A. 

J. H. Nash 
Boot and Shoe Stitcher- 
Thomas F. Giles 
Boot and Shoe Stock Mfr.— 

Charles H. Daly 
Box Maker— William Poole, North A. 
Brokers— Holland & Faunce (real es- 
tate and ins.) 

H. G. Crossley (collateral), North A. 

Builders' Finish- 
George J. J. Clark & Co.. North A. 
Cnhinet Maker— Wilfred Mansir 
Carpenters— C. L. Baker 

J. A. Barber 

Frederick Curtis, North A. 

James Doherty, North A. 

Arthur T. Leach 

Edward H. Leach 

William A. Peasley, North A. 

Richard Singleton, North A. 

David B. Smith, North A. 

S. N. Turner, North A. 

Carriage Mfrs.— William N. Pierce 
Carriage Repository— 

Edmund G. Crossley, North A. 

Clears and Tobacco — 

Charles Pratt. North A. 



Cigar Mfrs.— J. H. Dunn & Co. 
Clergymen and Churches— 

George Benedict, Fourth Cong., North A. 

Patrick H. Billings, St. Bridget's R. C. 

Wilson S. Fritch, First Cong. 

, First Universalist 

S. A. Stephan, West Abington Methodist 

James Taylor, New Jerusalem 

W. F. Wilson, Baptist, North A. 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 

Walter P. Hutchinson (Cong.) 

Clark L. Paddock (Uvl.) 

Windsor H. Wyman (B), North A. 

Clothing Dealer— 

F. W. Clark. North A. 

Clothing Mfr.— 

Mrs. W. T. Loud. North A. 

Coal and Wood— Robert Beatty 

Burbeck & Brett, North A. 

Henry F. Ewer 

E. C. Howland 
Edward J. Rourke 

Confectionery Mfrs.— 

W. J. Sheehan, North A. 

Crockery and Glassware- 
Faxon & Stewart 

W. L. Murdock, North A. 

Dentist— S. E. Ring 
Dressmakers— Ellen Farrar 

Libbie Hattie 

Mrs. N. Stevens 

Georgie Sumner 

Martha Vaughn 
Druggists— E. C. Nash 

Irving P. Nash, 

F. M. .Spiller, 
Dry Goods— F. W. Conger, 

M. S. O'Brien 
Electric Light Co.— Abington Elec- 
tric Light & Power Co. F. N. San- 
derson, supt., North A. 
Electrician— George W. Pelrce 
Expresses — 

New York and Boston Despatch 

Vance Express Co. 

Faunce Express Co., 
Fancy Goods — 

Mansfield S. O'Brien, 

Minnie E. Pierce 
Fish Dealers— John 0. Gay 

0. B. Joy 
Florist— Charles F. Shaw, 
Flonr and Grain 

Burbeck & Brett, 

Henry F. Ewer 

A. H. Piatt, North 

General Store— Minnie E. Pierce 
Grocers— Aurelia A. Beaman, North 



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Henry Beaman, 

Robert 3eatty 

H. A. Chamberlin 

Faxon & Stewart 

C. B. Gaffney, 

Greenwood Bros., 

Webster Howard, 

Charles L. Keon, 

Justin Meserve 

J. F. Moran 

Charles L. Morse, 

William L. Murdock, 

H. D. Packard & Son 
Hairdressers— James Claflin 

George Dexter 

William J. Lawson, 

Thomas H. Shea, 

Frank Turck, 
Hardware Dealers- 
Clarke & Tanner, 



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George E. Fairbanks & Co. 

Wilfred Manslr 

W. L. Murdock, 
Harness Maker— Jesse H. Calkins 
Hay and Straw— 

Burbeck & Brett, 

Henry F. Ewer 
Horse Dealer— 

H. B. Russell, North A. 

Hotels— Culver, George H, Whlttaker, 

prop., ' North A. 

Keen's Hotel, Clapp & Fenno, props. 

Wilson House, J. C. Farrar, prop. 
Ice Dealers— C. F. Dudley & Co. 
Insurance -Agents-^ 

Cook & Coughlan 

Howland & Faunce 
Jewelers nnd Watchmakers — 

Lucien W. Farrar 

Aug. F. Loyen, North A. 

Justices -*f the Peace- 
Wallace W. Arnold 

George A. Beal 

Edward P. Boynton 

Edward E. Brown 

Ernest W. Calkins 

Fred C. Chamberlain 

Benjamin W. Clark 

William J. Coughlan 

Daniel R. Coughlan 

Granville R. Farrar 

Isaac C. Howland 

Charles C. Jones 

Joseph T. Kenney 

William F. Smith 

A. E. M. Spiller 

Otis W. Soule 

John W. S?roul 
Last Mfrs.— Arnold Bros., North A. 

Anvil Seat & Last Co. 
Lawyers- 
Fred C. Chamberlin, 

William J. Coughlan 

Daniel R. Coughlan 

C. C. Jones, 

Joseph T. Kenney 

William F. Smith 
Leather Dealers— H. C. Colson 

C. H. Daly 
Library— Central in Abington, Mary O. 
Nash, lib.. North A. 

Branch in North A., Sara R. Loud, 
lib., North A. 

Lumber Dealers— 

E. P. Reed Estate North A. 

Machinists— H. H. Buffum 

E. F. Lamson 
Masons— C. A. Bennett 

Joshua Damon, North A. 

Fred M. Ford 

William Gowell, North A. 

Mens Furnishing: Goods— 

F. W. Clark, North A. 
J. W. Sproul 

Milliners— Angle F. O'Brien 
Nellie B. Riley, North A. 

Miss N. R. Wilson 
Newsdealers- J. J. Donaldson 

William J. Sheehan, 
Newspapers— 
Abington Advertiser (weekly) 

Bros., props., 
North Abington Bulletin and West Ab 

ington Review (weekly), L. B. Hatch, 

prop. 
North Abington News (weekly), H. B. 

Loud ft Co., props. 
North Abington Public, J. S. Smith, 

Prop., North A. 

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Plymouth County Press (weekly), Pratt 
Bros., props. 

Plymouth County Journal and Abing- 
ton Herald (weekly), L. B. Hatch, 
prop. 
Notaries Public — 

Edward P. Boynton, North A. 

Fred C. Chamberlin, North A. 

David V. Poole 

Otis W. Soule 
Nurseryman — w. H. Wyman, North A. 
Painters — Henry W. Corbett 

Walter S. Davis 

W. H. Davis 

J. S. Erskine, 

Joseph F. French 

John O'Keefc 

Joseph E. Parsons, 

William Pierce (carriage) 

Bradford C. Powers (carriage). North A. 

Samuel A. Sanborn 

S. C. Stone, 

Austin C. Vaughn 

Benjamin J. Wilson (carriage) 
I'll otoji rap her — 

A. A. Haskell, 
Physicians — 

Silas B. Dickerman (Horn.) 

Henry W. Dudley 

William H. Greeley 

Mary A. Hebbard, 

Nelson V. Hutchinson, 

Frank G. Wheatley, 

Richard B. Rand, 
Pickle Mfr.— H. O. Collins 
Picture Frame Mfr.— 

Wilfred Manslr 
Plumbers — 

Clarke & Tanner, 

George E. Fairbanks & Co. 

R. I. Davidson 
Post Oliices and Postmasters— 

Abington — John W. Sproul 

North Abington — Dexter Grose 
Printers— L. B. Hatch 

Pratt Bros., 
Provision Dealers— 

G. S. Atwood, 

Edwin Blanchard 

E. L. Chapman, 

Frank D. Chllds 

George E. Cushman 

A. T. Faunce, 

J. D. O'Brien, 

E. T. Paty 

Frank B. Whitmarsh, 
Real Estate Agents — 

Daniel R. Coughlan 

H. G. Crossley, 
Restaurants — 

G. S. Atwood, 

E. A. Holbrook, 

Cushing White 
Saw Mill— George J. J. Clark & Co. 

William Poole, North A. 

Stable— George H. Whlttaker, North A. 
Stoves and Tinware — 

Geo. E. Fairbanks & Co. 
Suspender Mfr.— Henry A. Owens 
Tailors— Scott & Crowley, North A. 

John W. Sproul 
Teamsters — William Buckley 

H. D. Sproul 
Vinegar Maker— Frank Hathaway 
Water Works— 

Abington and Rockland Water Works, 
A. H. Wright, supt. 
Webbing Mfr.— 

A. C. Woodward. North A. 



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ABINGTON— Continued. 

Wheelwrights— Bradford 
William N. Peirce 
G. H. Williamson. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Powers 



Wood Dealers- 

E. Ripley Bates, 
George F. Reed 
James Reed 
Edward J. Rourke 



North A. 



ACTON 



In Middlesex Co., 24 m. northwest of Boston on So. Div. B. & M. R. R. 
(Acton Br.), 3 m. from Concord Jc; also on Fitchburg R. R., with stations 
at South and West Acton, and O. C. Sys. (No. Div.). Inc. July 3, 1735. Fop., 
1,978. 

Villages— North Acton, West Acton, South Acton, East Acton, Acton Center. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting last Monday in 

March. 
Auditor- 
Frank W. Holt, South A. 
Clerk— Horace F. Tuttle 
Selectmen— E. F. Conant, chairman 

David C. Harris, North A. 

William F. Stevens, West A. 

Auditor— Hiram J. Hapgood, South A. 
Treasurer— 

J. K. W. Wetherbee, South A. 

Collector— Wm. F. Stevens, West A. 
Assessors— J as. B. Tuttle, chairman 

D. James Wetherbee, East A. 

William F. Stevens, West A. 

Overseers Poor— E. F. Conant, ch. 

David C. Harris, North A. 

William F. Stevens, West A. 

Constables— Moses A. Reed 



South A. 
South A. 

West A. 
North A. 



James Kinsley, 

L. E. Reed, 

William F. Stevens, 

J. Sidney White, 
Road Commissioners— 

Nahum Littlefield, West A. 

Anson C. Piper, South A. 

William H. Kinsley 
Cemetery Committee — John Fletcher 

Horace F. Tuttle 

Charles B. Stone, West A. 

Board Health— Selectmen 
Chiefs Fire Dept.— William Kinsley 

Daniel H. Farrar, East A. 

Public Schools 
Committee — 

C. J. Williams, chairman, East A. 

Horace F. Tuttle, secretary 

Isaiah Hutchlns, West A. 

Supt. Schools- 
Andrew S. Thompson, Littleton 
Prin. High School— 

W. A. Chnrles, South A. 

Principals Grammar Schools- 
Sara Small 

Hattle L. Tuttle, South A. 

Mary R. Burke, West A. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneer— Otis H. Forbush 
Band — Acton Cadet Band, Arthur How- 
ley, leader 
Bicycle Dealer*— 

Harry E. Clough, South A. 

Tuttles, Jones & Wetherbee, Snuth A. 
Blacksmiths— Blsbee Bros., West A. 
James P. Brown, South A. 

Daniel II. Farrar, East A. 



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William F. Hale. 

Clarence E. Switzer 
Boarding House — 

Mrs. Eliza Thrasher, 
Boot and Shoe .Maker- 
John Carter, 
Bottler— Nelson J. Cole, 
Carpenters— Joseph Evans, 

Frank E. Harris, 

John S. Hoar, 

Samuel Jones, Jr., 

J. Everett Reed, 

Spofford Robbins 
Cattle Dealers— Otis H. 

Chauncey B. Robbins, 

Elbridge J. Robbins, 

Webster C. Robbins, 
Cider Makers— 

Henry Barker, 

Kinsley Bros., 

E. C. Parker & Co.. 
Cig'ar Manufacturer- 
Frank R. Knowlton, West A. 

Cigars* a ml Confectionery — 
Nelson J. Cole, ^outh A. 

Clergymen and Churches — 
Wilson R. Buxton, South Acton Cong., 
.South A. 
Bernard Copping, Congregational 
Wm. P.* Dusseault, Universalis!:, S. A. 
Gorham Easterbrook, Baptist, West A. 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMAN. 

Franklin. P. Wood (Cone.) 
Coal and Wood— 

F. J. Hastings & Co., South A. 
Elnathan Jones & Co., South A. 

Dentist— Ernest Hosmer, South A. 

Dressmakers- 
Etta M. Gifford, West A. 
Mrs. Carol Taylor, South A. 
Mrs. O. W. Titus, South A. 
Grace E. Tuttle, South A. 

Drug-grist— Isaiah Hutchlns, West A. 

Dry Goods — 
Mary A. Armstrong, 

Expresses- American Expn? 
National Express Co. 
New York & Boston Despatch 

General Stores- 
Hanson A. Littlefield, 
C. H. Mead & Co., 
M. E. Taylor & Co. 
Tuttles, Jones & Wetherbee, South A. 

Granite Workers- 
David C. Harris, North A. 
Thomas McCarthy, North A. 

Grist 31 ills— 
F. J. Hastings & Co., South A. 

E. C. Parker & Co., West A. 

Grocers— Edwin Tarbell, South A. 

Tuttles, Joiu-s & Wetherbee, South A. 



West A. 
ss Co. 



West A. 
West A. 



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Contains the. Complete 
Business Directory of.... 



353 Towns and Cities, 



ACTON— ACUSHNET. 



245 



Hairdressers— 



Samuel R. Burroughs, 


West A. 


Charles J. Holton, 


West A. 


Charles A. Hunter, 


South A. 


Harness Maker — 




Charles H. Clark, 


South A. 


Hay ami Grain — 




F. J. Hastings & Co., 


South A. 


Charles H. Mead & Co. 


West A. 


E. C. Parker & Co., 


West A. 


Hotels- 




American, WInfleld S. Maker, prop.. 




South A. 


Nagog, Forbush & Hartwell, 


props., 




North A. 


Monument, Amos L. Noyes, prop. 


Windsor, Mrs. Ella S. Burro 


jghs, prop. 


Ice Dealers — 




F. W. Robbins, 


East A. 


William H. Teele, 


West A. 


Insurance Agents- 




Charles B. Stone, 


West A. 


Daniel J. Wetherbee, 


East A. 


Jonathan K. W. Wetherbee, 


South A. 


Jeweler and Watchmaker- 


Samuel A. Christie, 


South A. 


Justices of the Peace- 




Lewis V. Clough, 


South A. 


E. Faulkner Conant 




Isaiah Hutchins, 


West A. 


H. A. Littlefield, 


West A. 


Frederick C. Nash, 


West A. 


Charles B. Stone, 


West A. 


Horace F. Tuttle 




Daniel J. Wetherbee, 


East A. 


Frank H. Whitcomb, 


West A. 


Charles J. Williams, 


East A. 


William D. Tuttle 




Walter I. Weeks, 


South A. 


Jonathan K. W. Wetherbee, 


South A. 


Lawyers- 




Frederick C. Nash, 


W T est A. 


Charles B. Stone, 


West A. 


Libraries — Acton Memorial 


Library, 


Viola S. Tuttle, lib. 




Citizens', Ethel M. Cutler, lib 


, West A. 


Library Assoc, Mabel E. 


Burroughs, 


lib., 


West A. 


Lumber Dealers — 




Elnathan Jone3 & Co., 


South A. 


John Vose, 


West A. 


Market Gardener- 




William H. Teele, 


West A. 


Milliners- 




Mary A. Armstrong, 


West A. 


Mrs. George B. Parker, 


West A. 


Grace E. Tuttle, 


South A. 


Morocco Mfrs.— 




B. M. Kimball & Son, 


South A. 


Music Teachers— 




Hattle A. Davis, 


West A. 


George Dusseault, 


East A. 


Hattie E. Jones, 


South A. 


Newsdealer- 




Nelson J. Cole, 


South A. 



(weekly), John F. 



West A. 
& Law- 
West A. 

West A. 
West A. 
West A. 
South A. 
West A. 
West A. 
South A. 
East A. 
South A, 

West A. 

West A. 



Newspaper — 

Acton Enterprise 
Wood, prop. 

Notary Public- 
Charles B. Stone, 

Overalls Mfrs.— Whitcomb 
rence, 

Painters — 
James Devane (carriage), 
Fred W. Gray, 
Warren A. Houghton, 
Frank Jones, 
William S. Kelley, 
Waldo Littlefield (carriage), 
Reuben Reed, 
Charles H. Smith (carriage) 
Eben F. Wood, 

Paper Hanger- 
William S. Kelley, 

Physicians— 
Isaiah Hutchins (Eel.), 
Frank J. Barker 
Frank E. Tasker, 

Piano Stool Mfrs.— 
A. Merriam & Co., 

Post Ulllces and Postmasters 
Acton — Amos L. Noyes 
South Acton — Lewis V. Clough 
West Acton — Charles H. Mead 
North Acton — Charles I. Miller 
TOast Acton — Charles J. Williams 

Plnmbers— 
John W. Henderson, 
Maynard & Nichols, 
Rice & Davis, 

Pool Room- 
Anthony I. Godlng, 

Printers — 
Brookside Printing Co., 

Produce Dealers— 
B!anchard,& Co. 
A. & O. W. Mead 

Provision Dealers 
J. Sterling Moore, 
W. E. Whitcomb & Co. 

Restaurant- Nelson J 

Saw Mills— 
F. J. Hastings & Co., 

Shoddy Mfrs.— 
Rawitzer Bros., 

Stables — Anthony I. Goding, 
George W. Worcester. 

Steam Heating Apparatus- 
Nelson H. Tenney, South A. 

Stoves, lianges and Tinware- 
John W. Henderson, South A. 
Maynard & Nichols 

Surveyor— Horace F. Tuttle 

Undertaker— Isaac F. Duren, South A. 

Wheelwrights- 
James P. Brown, 
Herbert T. Clark, 
William F. Hale, 
Waldo Littlefield, 

Woodenware Mfrs 
Hall Bros., 



Cole, 



West A. 
South A. 



South A. 
West A. 
West A. 

West A. 

South A. 



South A. 
West A. 
South A. 

South A. 

South A. 
West A. 
South A. 



South A. 

West A. 

South A. 

West A. 



West A. 



ACUSHNET. 



In Bristol Co., 5 m. northeast of Now Bedford, 48 in. south of Boston, and 
Is reached from Acnshnet station (in New Bedford), 17 ra. southeast of Taun- 
ton on Northern Div. Old Colony Sys. N. Y., N. H. & II. R. R.; electric rail- 
Wav f rom Acushnet to New Bedford. Inc. Feb. 13, 18G0. Top. 1,115. 

> lllages— Acushnet, Long Plain, 



100,000 FlUiS 



Throughout the 

State 

CONSULT 



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246 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



ACUSHNET— Continued. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 
April. 

Clerk— Dennis S. Mason, Long Plain 

Selectmen— Moses S. Douglass, ch. 
Eben F. Leonard, Long Plain 

Henry F. Taber 

Auditor— Joseph T. Brownell 

Treasurer and Collector — 
Dennis S. Mason, Long Plain 

Assessors— Selectmen 

Overseers Poor— Selectmen 

Constables- 
Sylvester Pratt (civil), 
Charles F. Allen, 

Highway Surveyor- 
James C. Gammons, 

Board Health- 
Charles M. Morse, Jr., 
George J. Parker 
E. It. Ashley, 



Long Plain 
Long Plain 

Long Plain 

chairman 



Long Plain 



Public Schools. 

School Committee — 
Thomas Hersom, Jr. 
Williams C. Ashley 
Ida F. Morse 

Supt. Schools— E. B. Gray 



ch. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Auctioneer- 
Edward R. Ashley, 

Blacksmiths— James E. 
James E. Chamberlain 
Cornelius A. Howland, 
E. A. Snell 
Benjamin F. White 

Boat Builder— 
Eben F. Leonard. 

Boot and Shoe Maker- 



Long Plain 
Chamberlain 



Long Plain 



Long Plain 



John Manter, 
Elihu D. Manter, 



Long Plain 
Long Plain 



Box Makers— Acushnet Saw Mill 

Henry W- Cushman 
Clergymen and Churches— 

I. H. Coe, Perry Hill Christian 

F. S. Boody, Long Plain Baptist, Long 
Plain 

L. H. Massey, Methodist 

E. H. Roberts, Methodist, Long Plain 
UNSETTLED CLERGYMAN. 

E. A. Lyon, Methodist 
Express— New York & Boston Despatch 
General Stores — 

Richard Davis 

Charles H. Kenyon 

Dennis S. Mason 

Charles M. Morse, Jr. 
Horse Dealer— Charles P. Cottle 
Justices of the Peace- 



Long Plain 
Long Plain 



Long Plain 



Edward R. Ashley, 

T. E. Braley, 

Moses S. Douglass 

Daniel T. Devoll 

Dennis S. Mason 

Franklyn Howland 
Lawyer— D. T. Devoll, 
Lihrary — Acushnet Free Public Library, 

Florence A. Manter, lib. 
Painters — 

Charles F. Allen (carriage), Long Plain 

William H. Drake (carriage) 

John F. Parker 

Daniel V. Smith 
Physicians— Fred H. Robinson 

Mrs. Helen B. Robinson 
Pickle Mfr. — Dennis Murphy 
Post Oflices and Postmasters— 

Acushnet— Charles H. Kenyon 

Long Plain— D. S. Mason 
Produce Dealers— Henry Bartlett 

George A. Fuller 

F. J. Braley 

P. H. Crandon 

J. E. Borden 
Saw Mills— Acushnet Saw Mill Co. 

Henry Cushman 

George P. Morse & Co. 
Soap Mfr.— Thomas Hersom & Co. 
Stable — Charles L. Kenyon 
Wheelwright— Willard B. Bennett 



I 



ADAMS. 



In Berkshire Co., 1G m. north of Pittsfield on Pitts. & No. Adams Br. B. & 
A. B. B. ; electric cars from North Adams. Inc. Oct. 15, 1778. Pop. 7,837. 
Villages— Benf re w, Maple Grove, Zylonite. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

April. 
Clerk— F. H. B. Munson 
Selectmen— Merrick J. Ilolden. ch. 

George Shand 

James C. Chalmers 
Auditors— Frank Hanlon 

H. H. Wellington 
Treasurer — Francis E. Mole 
Collector— Henry B. Burdick 
Assessors— John S. Adams, ch. 

Frank W. Spalding 

Henry B. Burdick 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— "William II. Burke 

Ehvood II. Cassidy, 2d 

John B. Cardonell 
Supt. Streets— Merrick J. Ilolden 



Water Commissioners- 
Charles T. Plunkett 

William S. Jenks 

William B. Orr 
Cemetery Committee — E. N. Jones 

James E. Cadagon 

Charles F. Sayles 
Board Health— Dr. A. K. Boom, ch. 

Dr. J. F. Crowley 

Peter T. Connors 
Chief Police— Thomas Curran 
Chief Fire Dept.— Henry A. Jones 

Puhlic Schools. 

Committee— F. B. Shaw, chairman 

H. B. Holmes 

A. J. Bond 
Supt.— John C. Gray 
Prln. High School— John C. Hull 



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achusetts; the information is obtained by personal can« 
toss of the State, and is duly copyrighted. 



ADAMS. 



247 



BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. 

Agricultural Implements- 
Card & Jenks 
Auctioneers— Wm. O'Brien 

Reuben A. Whipple 
Bakers— Joseph Gersch 
John Hammond 
Louis A. Kneipfer 
Tiedman & Fuchs 
Bands and Orchestras— 
Doll's Orchestra, Henry Doll, leader 
Germanla Band, Henry Doll, leader 
LaFayette Brass Band, John S. Bor- 
deleau, leader 
Banks- 
Adams Co-operative Bank, Frank Han- 
Ion, sec. 
First National. Harvey H. Wellington, 

cash. 
Greylock National, Julius C. Anthony, 

cash. 
South Adams Savings Bank, Harvey H. 
Wellington, treas. 
Bicycle Repairers— 
Manly H. Bourne & Co. 
J. W. Stiffler & Co. 
Bill Posters— James Cadigan 

James Keliher 
Billiard Boom- 
Joseph Montgomery 
Blacksmiths— Henry F. Blis3 
William Coon, 2d, Zylonite 

James Grew 
Franklin Harrington 
Patrick H. Whalen 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
James E. Casey 
Joseph C. Fifleld 
Jacob Goldberg 
Jenks & Mooney 
Wm. Orr, Jr. 
Arthur H. Streeter & Co. 
Boot and Shoe Makers- 
Arthur Bahm 
X. Bergeron 
Maxime Choquette 
Antoine C. Gaudette 
B. Levin 
Thomas Rcollen 
Wm. Urban 
Hugo Welz 
Bottlers— Le Riche & Mausert 
Box Makers— Henry J. Arnold & Sons 
Broker— John W. Stiffler (stock) 
Carpenters— Rufus T. Barnes 
Jerome N. Briggs 
James M. Fleming 
John Gavin 
John King 
Eli Reeves 
Carpet Dealers- 
Robert N. Richmond 
Albert II. Simmons 
Cider Makers— Edmund Anthony 

James B. Dean 
Ci«ars and Tobacco— 
Mrs. E. Bittner 
Mrs. Normal King 
Ci^rar Makers— Henry M. Fern 

Theodore Koehler 
Civil Engineer— 

Charles F. Savles 
Clergymen and Churches— 
William W. Carr. Methodist 
Michael J. Coyne, St. Thomas R. C. 
tMney I. Darling, St. Paul's Universally 
Miles B. Fisher, First Cone;. 
Harvey B, Foskett, First Baptist 



L. F. Gobell, Notre Dame R. C. 

Dennis C. Moran, St. Thomas R. C. 

Alford B. Penman, First Cong. 

Louis O. Triganne, Seven Dolors R. C. 

Louis Zahner, St. Mark's Episcopal 
Clothing Dealers— Jacob Levin 

Jenks & Mooney 

Robert A. Thompson & Co. 
Coal and Wood- 
Wallace L. Baker 

John M. Burke 

Dexter B. Cook 

John D. Haytree 

Oliver A. Upton 

Confectionery and Fruit — 

Mrs. E. Bittner 

Victor P.. Fa see 
M. George 

John Karnitschka 

Joseph Rousseau 
Cotton Goods Mfrs. — 
Berkshire Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Renfrew Mfg. Co. 
Cotton W»««^*AMr*.— 
Adams Bros. Mfg. Co. 

William C. Plunket & Sons 

Renfrew Mfg. Co. 
Crockery and Glassware- 
Ida Levin 

Fred S. Todd 

L. A. Wei ton 
Dentists— John E. Donovan 

Walter F. O'Malley 

Henry A. Smith 

Frank I. Wilder 
Dressmakers — Alice Babbitt 

Julia Brassard 

Mrs. Joseph Cote 

Lucy Dubray 

Parbara Dunn 

Mrs. George H. Edwards 

Katie Hughes 

Miss M. P. Millette 

Mrs. Frank W. Spaulding 
Drueft-ists— Francis E. Mole 

Thos Riley, M. D. 

J. Wells Thompson 
Dry Goods— Thomas L. Dow & Co. 

William B. Green 

Thos. A. Jones 

Geo. N. Yeaton 

Edward W. Streeter & Co. 
Electric Li;;ht Co.— 

Adams Electric Light & Power Co., H. 
Bartlett Wyman, supt. 
Express — American Express Co. 
Pish Dealers- 
Joseph M. Montgomery 

Jas. Murphy, Renfrew 

Nathaniel L. Whltcomb 
Florists— Albert J. Boothman 

Thomas D. Brown 

Adolph Koch 
Flour and Grain— Albert T. Butler 

William S. Harrington 

M. C. Richmond 
Furniture Dealers- 
Max Frumkln & Co. 

Robert N. Richmond 

Albert H. Simmons 
Gas Li^Iit Co.— Adams Gas Light Co., 
Charles A. Waters, supt. 

Anthony &- Burlingame 
General Stores — 

Thos. D. Brown 

Harry E. Davis 

Charles H. Goodell, Zylonite 

William Orr, Jr., Renfrew 



MASSACHUSETTS 



YEAR BOOK and BUSINESS g^g* 

DIRECTORY, published uunually JgJJ 

F. S. Blun< hard X Co., Worcester. WW 



248 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



ADAMS— Continued. 

Grist Mills— Jas. B. Dean 

Meigs C. Richmond 
Grocers — Joseph Asscea 

Boom & Morgan 

T. D. Brown 

James E. Cadagon 

Mrs. John Donahoe 

Joseph T. Dupont 

Michael Hackett 

Geo. VV. Haff 

Geo. H. Haynes 

Geo. W. Haytree 

Bertha Hennebcrg 

Joseph Hoffman 

James Murphy 

Ellen Palmer 

Nicholas Paradise 

Marshall E. Potter 

Joseph A.. Rousseau 

Joshua A. Sherman 

Edward W. Streeter & Son 
Hairdressers— Theodore B. Baker 

Paul Cote 

James Healy 

Daniel Keegan, Renfrew 

Wm. J. Lacy 

Martin B. Stener 
Hardware Dealers- 
Frank E. Baker 

Frank E. Mole 
Harness Makers— Robeit Christie 

Edward Van Dyck 
Hotels— Adams, Thos. P. Welsh, prop. 

Berkshire, Joseph M. Montgomery, prop. 

Greylock, Frank L. Morse, prop. 

Howland, Harry Donohue, prop., Zylo- 
nite 
House Furnishing: Goods— 

R. N. Richmond 

Fred S. Todd 
Ice Dealer — George Shand 
Insurance Aprents— 

Thomas F. Cassidy 

Jones & Smith 

Wm. S. Morton 

Franklin H. B. Munson (accident) 

Noble & Stiffler 

Shaw & Harrington 

C. Fred Smith 

Patrick J. Stanton 

Daniel Upton (fire) 

William C. Zabriskie 
Iron Founders— Adams Iron Co. 

Allen Iron Works 
Jewelers and Watchmakers- 
Alston J. Hurd 

Charley A. Whitman 
Junk: Dealer- 
James Rogers, Renfrew 
Justices of the Peace- 
Nelson H. Bixby 

James C. Chalmers 

Arthur B. Daniels 

Henry L. Harrington 

Leonard McCullock 

Franklin H. B. Munson 

E. Earl Merchant 

William S. Morton 

Arthur W. PafTord 

Fred R. Shaw 

C. Fred Smith 

Daniel Upton 

Harvey H. Wellington 
Laundry— Peter Graton 
Lawyers— Nelson H. Bl.xby 

Thomas F. Casstdy 

Henry L. Harrington 

TOWfl REPORTS 



William S. Morton 

Franklin H. B. Munson 

Fred R. Shaw 

Edward K. McPeck 
Library— Adams Public Library, Lucy 

C. Richmond, lib. 
Lime and Cement- 
Leonard J. Follett & Son 
Liquor Dealers- 
Barrett Bros., Renfrew 

Klrchner & Leh 

LeRlche & Mausert 

McMahon & McCauley 

Thos. Riley 
Lumber Dealers- 
Henry J. Arnold & Sons 

Merrick J. Holden & Son 
Marble Works — Adams Marble Co. 
Masons— Patrick J. Barrett 

Geo. W. Fuller 

John J. Hughes, Renfrew 

Frank M. Waters 

Fred L. Wheelock 
Milliners — Margaret Broderick 

Miss M. Frances Buggay 

Clark & Liversidge 

Lizzie and Jessie Orr 

Mrs. N. M. Whitcher 
Music Teacher- Thos. W. Palmer 
Newsdealers— Mrs. Clara L. Burdick 

A. J. Hurd 

Paul Scholz 

Frank L. Snow 
Newspapers — 

Freeman, Freeman Pub. Co. 

Zeitgeist. Holyoke Zeitgeist 
Notaries Public — 

Arnold H. Crandell 

Henry L. Harrington 

F. H. B. Munson 

Arthur W. > Safford 

Fred R. Shaw 



Painters — Daniel Bergen 

Frank Coope 

George Coope 

William Coope 

Joseph V. Martin (carriage) 

Jas. A. Partridge 

William H. Young 
Paper Mfrs.— 

L. L. Brown Paper Co.. Arthur Danials, 
treas. 
Photographers — Levi Marsh 

William D. Parsons 
Physicians— Aaron J. Bond (Hom.l 

Augustus K. Boom 

Charles W. Burton 

Jeremiah F. Crowley 

Alfred Desrochers 

Harry B. Holmes 

Horace M. Holmes 

Wm, W. Hurd, Zylonite 

Thomas Riley 

Daniel E. Thayer 
Plumbers — John J. Carney 

Peter T. Connors 

Wm. II. Morrisey 

Leroy A. Weston 
Post Office and Postmaster- 
Adams— Peter P. Smith 
Ponltry Dealer — 

Lara\otte A. Jepson (live) 
Printers— August Lehman 

Freeman Pub. Co. 
Provision Dealers— Ackerman Bros. 

Edward H. Beers 

Anthony Clark 

Joseph P. Flaherty 

Printed In the best manner at short notice. 

F. S. Blanchard & Co., Worcester. 



ADAMS— AGAWAM. 



249 



Joseph Grltzbach 

Hanson & King 

Nensa Herman 

Fred Oschnian 

John Thompson, 
Real Estate Aprents— 

Franklin II. B. Munson 

J. Byron Richmond 

Fred R. Shaw 
Serein*; Machine Dealer- 
Harry M. Morton 
Shirt Mfrs.— Grey lock Shirt Co. 
Stahles— E. P. Bennett 

Harry Donahue 

J. Russell Weithauper 

Cleophas F. Wood 
Stoves and Tinware- 
John J. Carney 

P. T. Connors 

F. S. Todd 

Leroy A. Weston 
Tailors— John J. Daly 

Jas. R. O'Brien 



Renfrew 



Joseph Somers 
Harris XI. Steinberg 

Teamsters— James McGrath 
Harvey B. Tower 
Henry L. Tucker 

Tens and Coffees- 
International Tea Co. 

Undertakers- F. F. McCabe 
Pickett & Gage 
Albert II. Simmons 

Variety Stores— M.* J. Levin & Co. 
Peter Powers 

Veterinary Surgeon- 
Andrew G. Potter 

Water Works— Adams Fire District. 
Charles A. Waters, supt. 

"Wheelwrights— Liberty L. Burnett 
Louis Ruel 
Francis W. Stark 

"Wood Turners— Crosier & Hicks 

"Woolen Goods Mfrs. — 
Windsor Falls Mfg. Co.. 



AGAWAM. 



In Hampden Co., 103 m. west of Boston; reached by stage from Springfield 
(4 m.). Inc. May 17, 1855. Top. 2,408. 
Villages— Feeding Hills, Mittineague. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

April. 
Clerk— J. W. Hastings, Feeding Hills 
Selectmen — Henrv E. Bodurtha, eh. 

R. Mather Taylor, Feeding Hills 

John H. Reed 
Auditors- 
John G. Freeland, Feeding Hills 

Fred A. Worth ington 
Treasurer— 

Judson W. Hastings, Feeding Hills 
Collectors — Monroe Haywood 

Frank L. Dugan, Mittineague 

Daniel W. Corwin, Feeding Hills 
Assessors— Selectmen 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— Rodney L. Blaisdell 

James M. Bean, Mittineague 

Willis C. Campbell 

William A. Fletcher 

Elmer E. Mclntire, Feeding Hills 

Frank J. I'omeroy 

Edwin M. Hitchcock 

Albert H. Brown, Feeding Hills 

Albert E. Worthington. 

Edward M. Wright, Feeding Hills 
Highway Surveyors— W. C. Campbell 

Daniel J. Collins, Mittineague 

Daniel L. White, Feeding Hills 
Trustees Whiting Street Fund— 

Seth N. Bennett 
, Oscar A. Parks, Feeeiug Hills 

Sinking Fund Commissioners— 

Win. H. Granger, Feeding Hills 

Lewis A. Barden 

Timothy J. O'Brien. Mittineague 
Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee- 
William H. Granger. Feeding Hills 



Robert O. Harper, Mittineague 

Charles P. Davis 
Supt.— Herbert E. Richardson, 

Southwfck 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Auctioneers— E. K. Bodurtha 



Feeding Hills 

Feeding Hill* 
Feeding Hills 

Feeding Hllla 

Mittineague 
Mittineague 
Mittineague 
Mittineague 



A. K. Fuller, 
Black smiths — 

C. W. Twist, 

A. J. Slater, 

Carpenters — 

Ethan D. Allen, 

Fred A. Bodurtha 

Wilfred Duclos. 

M. C. Hitchcock, 

Alfred Maynard, 

Albert Provost, 

C. P. Wilson 
CiR-nrs nnd Tobacco— 

A. P. Loomis, Feeding Hills 

Clergymen and Churches— 

— _ , Methodist. Feeding Hills 

Frank L. Garfield, Cong., Feeding Hills 

Joseph M. A. Genest, R. C, Mittineague 

Samuel A. Read, Baptist 

Walter Rice, Congregational 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 
George Colesworthy (B.) 

Coal Dealer— 
N. G. King, Feeding Hills 

Creanicry-R. L. Blaisdell 

Distillers— The H. Porter Co. 

Express— Fred. B. Arnold, Feeding Hllla 

General Stores- 
Alfred Bruffee, 
Charles W. Hastings 
E. A. Kellogg <fc Sons, 
H. Letellier & Son, 

Grist Mills- 
Daniel Leonard, 
Samuel Pyne 

Hairdresser- 
Lewis I. Paro, Mittineague 

Halter Mfrs.— The Whitman Halter Co. 



Feeding Hllla 



Feeding Hills 
Mittineague 



Feeding Hllla 



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250 

AGAWAM— Continued. 

Ice Dealer— George E. Covell 
Insurance A^ent— 
' C. W. Hastings (fire) 
Justices of the Peace- 
Scott Adams 

Albert K. Fuller, Feeding Hills 

Samuel H. Waterhouse, Feeding Hills 
John G. Freeland, Feeding Hills 

Edward K. Bodurtha 

James W. Moore, Feeding Hills 

Library— Agawam Free Public Library, 

Ralph Perry, Agawam; S. Newell Smith, 

Feeding Hills; Henry L. Tower, Mlt- 

tlneague, libs. 

Liquor Dealers — 

Peter Bassett & Co., Mlttlneague 

Notary Public— William H. Porter 
Painters— Geo. E. Arnold, Feeding Hills 
H. C. Earle 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Paper Mfrs.— 

Worthy Paper Co., Mittlneague 

Post Offices and PoNtmnNters — 

Agawam— C. W. Hastings 

Feeding Hills— Jennie E. Wright 

Mittineague— (The Post Office is on the 
West Springfield side of Agawam river.) 
Provision Dealers — 

E. A. Kellogg & Sons, Feeding Hills 

Saw Mill— Samuel Pyne 
Stables— A. K. Fuller, Feeding Hllli 

W. Bi Rice 
Stajye Lines — 

Feeding Hills and Springfield via Aga« 
warn. Fred B. Arnold, prop. 
Wheelwright— 

Wm. W. Houghton. Feeding Kllll 

Woolen Goods Mfr.— 

Agawam Co. (flannels, etc.) 



ALFORD. 



In Berkshire Co., 130 m. from Boston, 19 m. southwest of Plttsflold and 4 in. 
northwest of Great Barrington by stage. Inc. February, 1773. Pop. 280. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting Monday near- 
est the 20th of March. 

Clerk— Henry Ticknor 

Selectmen— William F. Milligan, ch. 
Leroy E. Tobey 
Harrison Calkins 

Auditor— Amos C. Blanchard 

Treasurer— James H. Edwards 

Collector— Harvey H. Woodford 

Assessors— Frank Kline 
John H. Wilcox 
Louis Dellea 

Overseers Poor— Selectmen 

Constable — Robert M. Curtis 

Highway Commissioner- 
Samuel K. Williams 

Cemetery Commissioner- 
George A. Ploss 

Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Number children enrolled, 31; appro- 
priation, $600. 

Committee — Walter H. Ticknor, ch. 
William R. Burtis 
William F. Milligan 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blacksmith— Frank Klin« 
Carpenter-Amos C. Brainard 
Cattle Dealers— Lester T. Osborne 

Ernest Smith 

Samuel K. Williams (sheep) 
Cider 3Iaker— George N. Wilson 
Clergyman ami Chnrch — 

James Douglass, Methodist 
Fertilizers— Louis Dellea 

Walter H. Tioknor 
Grain nnil Feed — Amos C. Brainard 
Grist Mill— Guitau & Louis Dellea 

Geo. N. Wilson 
Justices of the Peace — 

James H. Edwards 

Walter IJ. Ticknor 
Library— Alforrl Free Town Library. 

Mrs. George A. Ploss. lib. 
Painters— T. Foster Burtis 

William R. Burtis 
Post Otliee and Postmaster— 

Alford— Henry F. Wilcox 
Provision Dealers — 

Leonard F. Post & Son 
Saw Mill— Guitau & Louis Dellea 

Geo. N. Wilson 
Sexton— William H. Sperry 



AMESBURY. 



In Essex Co., 42 m. northeast of Boston on Eastern Div. B. & M. R. R.: 
electric street railroad to Nowhurvport, Salisbury, East Salisbury, Merrimac 
and Haverhill. Inc. May 27, 1GG8. Pop. 9,986. 

Village— Salisbury Point. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
niork-N. E. Collins 
Selectmen— George n. Swett, ch. 

Jason Spofford 

Elmer E. Sanborn 
Auditor— Curtis E. Adklns 



Treasurer— Porter Sargent 
Collector— Samuel Eaton 
Assessors— James L. Tibbetts, ch. 

Robert Patten 

W. II. B. Currier 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables — Edward Rowel 1 

Samuel Eaton 

S. C. Osgood 



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John O'Neil 

Fred Ives 

Charles E. Keunard (civil) 

Patrick Uyaii 
Sinking Fund Commissioners- 
Charles L.. Allon 

Azor O. Webster 

A. M. Huntington 
Sinking Fund Commissioners No. 2— 

J. R. Huntington 

John Currier 

George F. Bagley 
Board Health— Herman Cooper, ch. 

Charles E. Keunard 

H. G. Leslie 
Chief Police—Stephen C. Osgood 
Chief Fire Dept.— Win. J. 'Bishop 

Public Scliools. 

Committee— Frank Savage, chairman 

Jacob T. Choate 

Mrs. Emma O. Perkins 
Prin. High School— Forrest C. Brown 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements. 

Scott, Adam, Railroad ave. 

Architect (Marine). 

Manson, George A., Main. cor. Merrill 

Auctioneers. 

Lyle, Frederick B., 14 Elm 
Tlbbetts, James L., 4 Mill 
Webster, Daniel, 54 Market 

Bakers. 

Boulanger, Mrs. J. B., 11 Aubin 
Carr, William E., 79 Main 
Cavanagh, William R., 52 Elm 
Cote, Valery, 207 Elm 

Shaw, Ernest J., & Co., 50 Elm and 76 
Main 

Banks. 

Amesbury Co-operative Bank, P. Sargent, 

sec. 
Amesbury National, George E. Gale, cash., 

67 Main 
Powow River National, Albert B. Brown, 

cash., 1 Market 
Provident Institution for Savings, Alfred 

C. Webster, treas., 3 Market 

Bicycle Dealers and. Repairers. 

Knights, George L., 87 Elm 
Morrill, Samuel D., & Co., 53 Elm 

Billiard Rooms. 

Pelch. Samuel A.. 23 Main 

Blacksmiths. 

Crowther. George W., r. 42 Elm 

Cyr, William, 78 Elm 

Dow, Granville S., 16 Carriage ave. 

Hanley, P. J., 50 Friend 

Lang, John G., 18 Chester 

Roy, Jules D., 6 Cedar 

Silk, William P., 11 School 

Tannian Bros., Pond, n. Friend 

Blank Book Mir. 

Johnson, John F., 14 Main 

Board of Trade. 

Amesbury Board, II. F. Corey, sec. 



Boarding; Houses. 

Central House, S. B. Tltcomb, prop., 45 

Main 
Westcott, Mrs. S. A.. 28 Winter 
West, James A., 6 Mill 

Boat Builders. 

Averlll, Ernest, Merrill, n. Main 
Lowell, Hiram, & Sou. 45'.t Main 
Lowell, Stephen, opp. 46<J Main 
Morrill, Ezra C, 427 Main 

Boat Knee Makers. 
True, David, Rock Hill 
True, Samuel, 461 Main 

Bookseller and Stationer. 

Johnson, John F., 14 Main 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Kimball, G. Leslie, 21 Market 
Lunt. E. H.. 49 Main 
Morenead, James, 88 Main 
O'Brien, John J., 5 Main 
Poulin, Joseph, 36 Elm 
Sarasin Bros., 85 Main 
Thornton, Daniel J., 1 High 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Burke. George, 28 Market 
Lee. Patrick, 1 Aubin 
Leonard, William P., 12 Friend 
McDonald, Thomas, 10S Elm 
McGinley, Patrick, 38 Market 
Mooar, John P., 48 Market 

Boot and Shoe Mfrs. 

Pecker, Charles D., & Co., n. the depot 
Brick Makers. 

Belanger, Narcisse, Rocky Hill rd. 
Cherry. Joseph, & \Co., 91 Congress 

Brokers (Stock). 

Colonial Commission Co., B. E. Corbin, 
manager, Opera House blk. 

Bnttdr, Cheese and Iggrgrs. 

Ames, Seth K., Bahan blk. 

Car Manufacturers. 

Briggs Carriage Co., Cedar 

Carpenters. 

Libby, Frederick W., 70 Elm 
McDougall, Alexander C, Madison 
Smith, G. Dennis, r. Pond 
Smith, P. J., Water 
True, Ezekiel, 410 Main 

Carriage Body and Gear Mfrs. 

Currier-Cameron Co., 85 Elm 

Lane, John A., 136 Elm 

Leitch, James N., Electric Light bldg. 

Lunt, Smith & Co., 6 Mill 

Carriage Mfrs. 

Bailey, S. R., & Co., Chestnut 
Biddle & Smart Co., Water 
Bird & Schofield, Mill 
Boardmah, Frank C, 91 Market 
Briggs Carriage Co., Cedar 
Bryant, George W., Whitehall 
Chase, Herbert F., 22 Carriage av. 
Clark, John H., & Co., 3 Carriage av. 
Clarkson, J. T., <£ Co., 71 Elm 
Connor Carriage Co., 23 Carriage av. 
Curran, Burke & Co., 94 Elm 
Dennett, C. N., & Co., n. depot 
Feltch, E. S.. & Co.. 131 Market 



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AMESBURY— Continued. 

Folger, N. H., n. depot 

Folger & Drummond, n. depot 

Hassett & Hodge, n. depot 

Hollander, Lambert, 1 Carriage av. 

Hume Carriage Co., Carriage av. 

Kllen, Joseph, r. 87 Elm 

Lane, J. N., 176 Elm 

Lane, T. W., Chestnut 

Morrill, Osgood (pneumatic), Morrlil 

Neal & Bolser, 258 Main 

Osgood, George W., Carriage av. 

Pneumatic Carriage Co., Carriage av. 

Poyen, John S., Carriage a v. 

Rand, Wm. H., & Co., n. depot 

Redden, Watson, & Co., Clark, cor. Elm 

Rowell, Charles, & Son, 100 Friend 

Shiels, J. H., & Co., Carriage av. 

Walker Carriage Co., Chestnut 

Worthen, Charles F., n. depot 

Carriage Mirs.' Supplies. 

Atwood Mfg. Co. (lamps), Chestnut 
Gray & Davis (lamps), 1 1-2 Carriage av. 
Parry, A. N., & Co., Chestnut 
Poyen, John S., & Co.. Carriage av. 
True, David, Rocky Hill rd. 
Whitcher, Frank R. (umbrellas), 23 Main 
Wing, Charles, Co., The, 3 Water 

Carriage Shipper. 

Janvrln, Jonathan W., Railroad av. 

Carriage Trimmers, 
Thompson, George T. Clark, cor. Elm 

Cider Makers. 

Clifford, Gard, Congress 
Little, J. P., Lion's Mouth 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
Beloff. S. S., 11 Main 
Donovan, John J., 21 Main 
Keenen, Kate, 29 School 
Magloire, Simard, 1 Mill 
Scholtz. William F., 30 Elm 

Civil Engineer. 

Titcomb, John P., Ill Friend 

Clergymen and Churches. 

Christie. George W., Union Cong., 380 Main 

Deetz, H. D. Methodist 

Dodge, A. D., Free Baptist. 28 High 

Gtbbs, Francis W., First Universallst. 212 
Main 

Jones, Charles H. Friends', Pleasant Val- 
ley 

Lambert Joseph, Christian, 412 Main 

Nilan, John J., St. Joseph's R. C, 9 Spar- 
hawk 

Reardon, W. J., St. Joseph's R. C, 9 Spar- 
hawk 

Richmond, George L., Main St. Cong., 51 
Sparhawk 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 
Bustard, W. W. (Bap.), 20 Belmont 
Davis, Daniel W. (Cong.) 

Clothes Cleaner find Repairer. 

Robichauld. Frank, 1 Mill 

Clothing Dealers. 

Adnof, Alfred, 87 Main 
Collins. N. Emery, 108 Main 
Fuller, W. E., & Co.. S3 Main 



Coal and Wood. 

Alexander, Elwyn H., 6 Market sq. 
Ames, W. N\, & 'Co., Bayley's wharf 
Bean, Horace H., & Son, 13 Railroad av. 

Concrete Pavers. 

Mulligan. P. J., 6 Wadleigh ct. 
Wilson, Andrew, 8 Pearl 

Confectionery nml Fruit. 

Austin, John A., 70 Main 

Pacigalupo. Francis, 12 Market 

Bartlett. E. L., 109 Elm 

Bartley, Frank, 9 Market sq. and 1 Main 

Davis, Elijah, 1 Merrimac 

Dondero, John, 97 Main 

Wadleigh, Samuel. 47 Main 

Woodman, Wilton F., 7 Market 

Cotton Goods 3Ifrs. 

Hamilton Woolen Co. (print cloths and 
sheetings), Main 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Cammett, Gustavus, 48 Main 

Dash and Fender Work. 

Bahan, Thomas F.. Water 

Dentists. 

Blake. J. Edgar, 44 Main 

Brown, A. T., 145 Main 

Pease, Oliver, 4 Market 

Putnam, Charles W., M. D., Bahan blk. 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

Cammett, Gustavus, 48 Main 

Dressmakers. 

Bourbeau. Mre. P., 51 Main 
Davis, Mary C, 4 Pleasant 
Harris. Mrs. May E., 14 Sparhawk 
Janvrin, Miss M. F.. 213 Main 
Looney, Mary, 88 1-2 Main 
Morrison, Susie R., 36 Merrimac 
Potter, Miss*G. A., 153 Main 
Ryan, Mrs. John, 74 Market 
Scanlan, Mrs. Mary, 45 Friend 

Druggists. 

Bahan, Edward J., 119 Main 
Carto & Dufault, 60 Friend 
Chadwell, Harris, 106 Main 
Creasey, Joseph W., 16 Market sq. 
Merrill, Frederick W., 69 Main 
Nayson, Chas. A., & Son, 62 Main 
Tobey, Merritt G., 22 Main 

Dry Goods Dealers. 

Bon Marche, Fisher & Co., props., 109 

Main 
Hinds, Edward A.. 75 Main 
Gorman, Lydia, 103 Main 
Kennan, Mary, & Co., b ( J Main 
Simonds & Adams, 110 Main 
Trussell, Miss E. C, 11 Merrimac 
Wilman, George P., 113 Main 

Electricians. 

Bagley, Clarence J., 58 Main 

Electroplater. 

Walker, Ambrose E., Water 

Electric Light Companies. 

Amesbury Electric Light Co., II. A. Saw- 
yer, sec. 



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only publication frivinj,' the complete roster of Public 
Oiilcials. It should be in every business omoe. 



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Expresses. 

American Express Co.. 26 Elm 
Jackson Express Co., 13 Main 
Little's Express. 24 Main 
Newburyport Express, Frank W. Goodwin, 
24 Main 

Fancy Goods. 

Bird, Annie, 63 Main 
Gorman, Lydla. 103 Main 
Leonard, Mrs. Mary, 49 Friend 
Webster, Daniel, 24 Market 

Fertilizers. 

Bartlett, Edward L., Elm 
Hatcb, L. O., Southampton rd. 
Lavery, William, Buttonwood rd. 
Sargent, Fred, Southampton rd. 
Scott, Adam, Railroad av. 

File Manufacturers. 

Amesbury File Works, Chestnut 

Ftsh Dealers. 

Newton, Fred G., 18 Friend 

Florists. 

Hudson, M. T,, 64 Main 
Patterson, J. Wesley, 12 Bay 

Flour and Grain. 

Scott, Adam, Railroad av. 

Furniture Dealers. 

Bailey, R. O., 8 Water 
Bagley, G. D. (second-hand), 49-51 Elm 
Patten. Stephen C, 11 Market sq. 
West, W. H. (second-hand), 32 Friend 

Gas Company. 

Amesbury & Salisbury Gas Co., W. E 
Biddle, manager 

Granite and Marble "Workers. 

Patten's Hollow Marble & Granite Co., 

Main 
Williams, John C, 94 Elm 

Grist Mills. 

Powow Grist Mills, Scott Adam, prop., 
Railroad av. 

Grocers. 

Bakle Bros., 23 Main 
Bartlett, Edward L., 109 Elm 
Bassett, John T., 446 Main 
Belanger. Pierre, 5 Aubin 
Boulanger, Mrs. J. B., 11 Aubin 
Brochu. Andrew, 9 Aubin 
Carter, George C, & Co., 52 Main 
Clark, A. F., 52 Market 
Connor, James E., 38 Friend 
Doran, John J., 60 Elm 
Forest. Paul F., 42 Friend 
Gould, Clarence A., 413 Main 
Hanley, Edward D., 12 Aubin 
Hanley. John S.. 43 Friend 
Morrill, Henry N., 7 School 
Osgood, Edwin W., Market sq. 
Sanborn, Elmer E., 17 Market 
Scott, Adam (wholesale), Railroad av. 
Swett, George H., 43 Main 
Swett, J. H., 7 Merrimac 
Sylvester, John, 3 Merrimac 
Thornell, George E., 212 Main 
Toggerson, S. A., 6 Water 



Union Wholesale Grocery Co. (retail), 159 

Main 
Worthen, Daniel, & Son, 308 Main 

Hairdressers. 

Doherty. Hugh, 12 Market 
Felch, S. A., 23 Main 
Hayes, Augustus P., 90 Main 
Hoyt. E. H., 2 1-2 Market sq. 
O'Neil. Charles F., 74 Main 
Pendergast, P. J., 6 Friend 
Wendell, George T., 12 Market sq. 
Wiggins. S. H., 4 Market 

Halls. 

Agricultural Hall, opp. 137 Market 
Opera House, capacity 1000, 117 Main 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Allen. C. L. & J. W., 5 Market sq. 
Amesbury Hardware Co., Wm. W. Lyd- 
ston, prop., 72 Main 

Harness Makers. 

Burton, William J., 42 Main 
Grea'ney, William, 45 Elm 
Hooper, S. G.. 7 1-2 Elm 

Hat Manufacturer. 

Merrimac Hat Co. (soft fur and wool), 
Merrimac 

Hay and Straw. 

Bean, H. H., & Son, 13 Railroad av. 
Maxfleld, Daniel C, &. Co., 12 Railroad 

av. 
Scott, Adam, Railroad av. 

Horse Dealers. 

Merrill, Clarence, Merrimac rd. 

Hotels. 

American House, B. M. Bradstreet, prop., 
68 Main 

House Furnishing? Goods. 

Bagley, Granville D., 23 Market 
Bailey. R. O., 24 Elm 

Ice Dealers. 

Bean, H. H., & Son, 13 Railroad av. 
Pray, Joseph E., 67 Friend 

Insurance Agents. 

Brlggs, Gtorge H. (life and fire), 23 Main 
Patten, Robert G. (Are) 

Insurance Companies. 

Salisbury & Amesbury Mutual Fire Insur- 
ance Co., C. L. Allen, sec, 5 Market 

Iron and Steel Dealers. 

Brown & Wales (branch), Oak 
Jewelers and Watchmakers. 

Goodwin, Samuel F., 71 Main 
Hudson, Horace G., 64 .Main 
Locke, Harvey B., 14 Market sq. 
78 Main 



Worthley, Elmer G. 
Justices <i 

Allen, Charles L. 
Bartlett. David L. 
Briggs, George H. 
Choate. Jacob T. 
Cate, George W. 
Lynes, Timothy F. 



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AMESBURY— Continued. 

Patten, Robert G. 
Reddy, A. W., Jr. 
Sargent, Porter 
Smeath. William 
Tibbetts, James L. 
Titcomb, J. P. 
Wallace, Edward P. 
Webster, Alfred C. 
Webster, Azor O. 
Webster, Daniel 

Lanndries. 
Amesbury Steam Laundry, H. L. Bailey & 
Co., props., 46 Elm 

Lawyers. 

Cate, George W. 

Choate, Jacob T. 

Mitchell, Ernest W., 58 Main 

Patten, Robert G., 117 Main 

Reddy. A. W., Jr., Bahan blk. 

Libraries. 

Amesbury Public Library, Alice C. Follans- 
bee, lib., Friend 

Lime and Cement. 
Bean, H. H., & Son, Railroad av. 

Liquor Dealers. 

Connor. James E., 34 Friend 
Connor, P. H., 68 Elm 
Dorsey, P., 3 Aubin 
Norton Bros., 64 Friend 
Roach, Michael H., 54 Friend 
Tuxbury, Frank H., 14 Friend 

Locksmiths, 
Morrill, Anos, n. depot 

Lumber Dealers. 

Maxfield, Daniel C, & Co., 12 Railroad av. 

Machinists. 

Carriage Machine Co., 87 Elm 
England, George W., Railroad av. 

Masons. 

Clark, William, 7 Albion 

Elkins, George H., 12 Essex 

Titcomb, Walter B., 15 East Greenwood 

Men's Furnishing Goods. 

Collins, N., Emery, 108 Main 
Sawyer, Charles W., & Co., Market, cor. 
High 

Milliners. 

Bird, Annie, 63 Main 
Cunningham, Mary A., 78 Main 
Howard, Florence L., Bahan blk. 
Orr, Mrs. N. \V., 112 Main 
Thwing, Elizabeth, 18 Market sq. 
Woolfendon, Elizabeth, <& Co., 71 Main 

Music & Musical Instruments. 

Peabody, Fred W., 125 Main 

Music Teachers. 

Bartlett, Mrs. S. Leonard (vocal), 41 Mar- 
ket 
Currier, Flossie M. (vocal), 58 Main 
Lundquest, Hilda, 31 Pearl 
Mason, Annie B., n. State line 
Morrill, Mary A., Portsmouth rd. 
Nichols-, Flora B. (violin), 58 Main 

CATALOGUE PRINTING 



Titcomb, Mabel S. (violin), 85 Market 
Titcomb, Ruth E. (piano), 85 Market 

Newsdealers. 

Flanders, E. Hale, 20 Market 
Johnson, John F., 14 Main 

Newspapers. 

Amesbury Daily News, Amesbury Pub. Co., 

props., Market sq. 
Amesbury News (weekly), C. S. Morse, 

prop., 23 Main 
Amesbury and Salisbury Villager (weekly), 

Amesbury Pub. Co.. pubs.. Market sq. 

Notaries Public. 

Bartlett, David L. 
Choate, Jacob T. 
Patten, Robert G. 
Wallace, Edward P. 
Smeath, William 
Webster, Azor A. 



Nurses. 

Fifield, S. S., 43 Merrimac 
Garfield, Mrs. 13 Whittier av. 
Sargent, Lavinla, Arlington 

Opticians. 

Hudson, Horace G. , 64 Main 
Worthley. Elmer G., 78 Main 

Painters. 

Blckford, John M. (carriage), 485 Main 
Burke, James (house), 21 Pearl 
Hardy, William B., & Co., 40 Market 
Robarge, Louis, Cedar 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

Grieves, Charles S., 9 Market 
Nelson, T. D., & Co., 13 Elm 

Paper Hangers. 

Hopkinson, Frank B. 15 Chester 
Wentworth, ^. F., 24 Pleasant 

Photographers. 

Lewis. Thomas R., 22 Market 
Worthen, David W., r. 374 Main 

Physicians. 

Adams, John Q., 106 Main 
Biron, Joseph F., 182 Main 
Cooper, Herman, 16 Market 
Douglass, John A., 167 Main 
Fitzhugh, John A., 158 Main 
Leslie, Herbert G., 273 Main 
Leslie, Horace G., 273 Main 
Murphy, Daniel D.. 164 Main 
Rand, John W., 108 Main 
Savignac, Arthur N., 40 Friend 
Stanley, Charles S. (Horn.), 63 Market 
Young, Benjamin H., 58 Main 

Piano Tuners. 

Flinn, Joseph, 125 Main 
Howarth, W. Edward, 183 Main 

Plumbers. 

Falconer, Charles, 61 Elm 
Littlefield, I. F., 4 Market sq. 
Reed, M. E.. 47 Elm 

Post Oliice and Postmaster. 

Amesbury— Cyrus W. Rowell 

Is our specialty. We do good work or 

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Printers. 



Amesbury Publishing Co., Market sq. 
Brierly, J. Elmer. 4 Market 
Morrill, George T., 7 Market sq. 
Morse, Clarence S., 23 Main 

Provision Dealers. 

Adkins, William E., 154 Main 

Brown, Ephraim, 2 Market sq. 

Burbank Bros., 56 Main 

Conover, L. M., 324 Main 

Fernald, George W., 108 Elm 

Forest, Paul F., 42 Friend 

GilHespie, Peter, 28 Friend 

Joyce, John J., 40 Aubin 

Lucier, A.. 50 Friend 

McNeill, William C. (wholesale). Chestnut 

Scott, Adam (wholesale). Railroad av. 

Stover, Andrew L.. 8 Market 

Titcomb, George H., 4G Main 

Woodman, J. F. K 2 Water 

Real Estate Agents. 

Patten, Robert G., 1 Opera House blk. 
Tlbbetts, James L,.. & Son, 4 Mill 
Titcomb. J. P., Ill Friend 



Kestan rants. 

Babb, Abbie M.. 28 Elm 
Higgins, Martin H.. 9 Main 
Porter, Samuel L., 24 Main 
Saunders, Alfred J., Y. M 

High 
Winchester, James A., 25 Elm 



C. A. bldg. 



Roofers. 

Wilson, Andrew, Collins 

Saw Mill. 

Evans, Gideon, Congress 

Sewing Machine Agent. 

Peabody, Fred W., 125 Main 

Sewing Silk Dealer. 

Aetna Silk Co. (branch), 48 Market 

Stage Line. 

Exeter and Amesbury, 9 miles 

Stables. 

Bird, Martin, 68 Main 



Cushion, P. A. 20 Friend 
Gowan, Frank, Main 



Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, Etc. 

Littlefleld, I. F.. 4 Market sq. 
Noyes, E., & Son, 5 Market sq. 
Sawyer, N. O., 48 Elm 

Tailors. 

Burke. James, 74 Main 
Flaws, James H., 65 Main 
Simon, Mark, 82 1-2 Main 
Stern, Henry, 44 Main 

Teamsters. 

Brown, Wm.. 10 Summer 
Fakhney, John, 1 Wurkley 
True, Edgar P., 10 Congress 

Teas and Coffees. 

Pacific Tea Store, Frank Healy, manager, 
7 Main 

Undertakers. 

Austin, Harrison C, 2 High 
O'Donnell, David P., 16 Friend 
Pendergast, Patrick, 17 Elm 
Pettingell, Granville W., 14 Market 

Underwear Mfrs. 

Lewis, A. L., & Co., Chestnut 

Upholsterers. 

Bailey, R. O., 24 Elm and 8 Water 
Scribner, Elbridge L., 48 Market 

Variety Stores. 

Dade. R. E>, 20 Main 
Dunmore, Frank H.. 61 Main 
Wheelock, F. N., 60 Main 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Henderson^ Edmond D., 20 Friend 
Taylor. Augustus A., 29 Cedar 

Water Works. 

Powow Water Co., E. R. Sibley, treas., 
24 Market 

Wheel Mfrs. 

Lockwood & Brown. 85 Elm 
Merrill, F. S., Oak 



AMHERST. 



^In Hampshire Co., 97 m. from Boston and 7 m. northeast of Northampton on 
New London & Northern Div. Central Vermont R. R. and Mass. Central Div. 
B. & M. R. R. ; electric railway connects the several villages. Inc. Feb. 13, 
1759. Pop. 4,785. 
Villages— North, Center, East and South Amherst. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 
March. 

Clerk— Charles H. Edwards 

Selectmen— William E. Smith, ch. 
Henry L. UiYord, North A. 

Daniel W. Dickinson, South A. 

Auditor— E. D. Bangs 

Treasurer and Collector- 
Charles II. Edwards 



THIS BOOK 



Contains the Complete 
Business Directory of.... 



Assessors— Wm. E. Smith, chairman 

William L. Roberts, North A. 

Joseph M. Kellogg 
Overseers I'oor— Selectmen 
Constables— David H. Tillson 

Harvey White 
Supt. Streets— Henry L. Ufford 
Board Health— Herbert B. Perry, 
M. D., ch. 

Chas. H. Edwards, clerk 

353 Towns and Cities, 



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AMHERST— Continued. 
Chief Fire Dept.— H. D. Holland 
Public Schools. 

Commitee— H. 13. Richardson, ch. 

Edward C. Winslow 

Samuel T. Maynard 
Supt. Schools— A. L. Hardy 
Prin. High School— Charles Falconer 



Bank, E. D. 
Herbert T. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements- 
Mason A. Dickinson 

Holland & Gallond 

Edward W. Smith 

Frederick L. Stone 

Frank E. Smith, South A. 

Artists' Materials- 
Edwin Nelson 
Bakers— Anthony B. Culver 

Henry O. Pease 
Banks— Amherst Savings 
Bangs, treas. 

First National Bank, 
Cowles, cash. 
Bicycle Dealers- 
Edgar R. Bennett 

Moses Goodwin 

Holland & Gallond 
Billiard it ooms— Amherst House 

Jay J. Marsh 

University 
Bill Posters— B. H. Averell 

Frank A. Bardwell 
Blacksmiths— 

A. R. Bridgman, 

Zadoc K. Chapin, 

Edward P. Dickinson, 

Patrick L. Dowd, 

F. W. Esip 

Louis E. La Plante, 

S. W. Moore. 

A. J. Morgan 

C. H. Shaw, 

Homer Tillson 
Bookbinder-Samuel W. Crafts 
Booksellers and Stationers- 
Edwin Nelson 

John A. Rawson 

Mirick N. Spear 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
Forester P. Ainsworth, North A. 
Ernest M. Bolles 

James E. Kelly 

James F. Page 

Fred W. Sloan 
Boot and Shoe Makers- 
Robert Brainard, North A. 

Joel Cutting. North A. 

J, W. T. Davis 

Chester Gaskell 

Daniel Perno 

Joseph Peter 

F. W. Sloan 
Box Makers— 

Levi E. Dickinson (wood) 

Dwight Graves & Co. (.wood). North A. 
Brick Mfrs.— Marcy & Gardner 
llroom Mfrs.— 

Alfred H. Brown. North A. 

Emory T. Darlinsj, South A. 

Butter and Cheese— 
William 11. Long 



East A. 

East A. 

East A. 

North A. 

North A. 
North A. 

East A. 



South A. 
South A. 



East A. 



North A. 



Carpenters and Builders- 
Allen Bros. 

George E. Bosworth 

Everett W. Brainerd 

Henry W Haskins, North A 

John A. Noble 

Charles H. Rummery 

William E. Smith 

Edwin L. Spear 

George P. Spear, North A 

Ernest J. Steeve3 
Carpet Dealer— Edwin D. Marsh 
Carriage Makers- 
Arthur W. Hall, North A 

F. C. Russell 
Carriage Repositories- 
Wilbur L. Davis 

Arthur W. Hall, North A 

Caterers— Dudley H. Kendrlck 

•John P. Thompson 

Frank P. Wood 
Cider Makers— Dwight E. Baker 

Aaron W. Merrick, 

Alvah L. Pease, 

Walter Powers 
Cigars and Tobacco 

Sumner O. Polley 

O. S. Williams, 
Cigar Mfr.— 

Mrs. Eunice Moore, 
Clergymen and Churches — 

John R. Chaffee, Wesley Methodist 

John H. Gavin, St. Bridget's R. C. 

Eber W. Gaylord, North Cong., North A- 

John F. Gleason, S. Cong., South A. 

C. W. Hawley, Second Congregational 

W. F. Jacobs, Methodist, North A. 

Henry R. McCartney, First Cong. 

Henry P. Smith (college) 

David Sprague, Grace Episcopal 

Frederick M. White, Baptist 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 

William E. Dickinson 

W. D. Herrlck 
Clothing Dealers- 
Joseph P. Campion 

L. W. Gibbs & Co. 

Sanderson & Thompson 
Coal Dealers— Thomas C. Dillon 

Oliver D. Hunt 

W. H. H. Morgan 

Colleges— Amherst College, -, 

pres. 

Massachusetts Agricultural College. Hen- 
ry H. Goodell, preg 
Concrete 1'aver- John Wrigley 
Creameries — 

Araher&t Co-op. Creamery Association 

Bay State Co-op. Creamery 
Crockery and Glassware — 

Orsen G. Couch 

M. A. Dickerson 
Decorators — Charles A. Hawley 

George W. Powell & Co. 
Dentists— Edward B. Dickinson 

Gates &. Brown 
Doors, Sash and Blinds — 

Levi E. Dickinson 

Dwight Graves <t Co., 

Samuel E. Harrington & Son, 
Dressmakers— Mrs. w. c. 

Nellie M. Elvidge 

Mary A. Foley 

Mrs M. E. Griggs 

Katherine Guernsey 

Nellie E. Garvey 

Alible D. Holley 

Mrs. E. R. Powell 



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North A. 



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South a. 



Catherine H. Powers 

Mary A. Smith 

Mary Stackman 

Lottie M. Thayer 
Druggists— Henry Adams 

Charles F. Deuel 

W. H. II. Morgan 
Dry Goods Dealers— 

Henry B. Edwards & Co. 

Jackson & Cutler 
Express — American Express Co. 
Fancy Goods— Mirick N. Spear 

W. C. Towne 
Fish Dealers- 
George "\V. Bolles (peddler) 

George S. Kendrick 

Paul P. Landry 
Florists— Durfee Plant House 

Morris P. Kingman 
Flour and Grain- 
Holland & Gallond 

Jackson & Cutler 

John M. Judge 

Slate & Reed 
Furniture Dealer— Edwin D. Marsh 
Gas Light Co.— 

Amherst Gas Co., Edwin D. Marsh, pres. 
Grist Mills- 
John L. Holley, 

6tephen P. Puffer. 
Grocers- 
Prank A. Cloud, 

George E. Coggswell, 

Orson G. Couch 

Mason A. Dickinson 

Prank N. Dickinson & Co. 

Holland & Gallond 

Jackson & Cutler 

Merrick & Howlett, 

Charles P. Pettis 

George E. Thayer, 

William S. Wescott 
Hairdressers— Ferdinand Pjneuf 

E. N. Parlseau 

Plumb & Bennett 

Joseph Wentzell 
Ifalls— Town Hall, capacity 800 
Hardware Dealers- 
Prank N. Dickinson & Co., 

Holland & Gallond 
Harness Makers- 
Edward P. Albee, 

Doray Jerry 

Charles E. Hutchinson 
Hay and Straw— John M. Judse 

Stephen P. Puffer, North A. 

Slate & Reed 
Heating- Apparatus — 

Cady R. Elder 

Stanley A. Phillips 

Julius H. Trott 
Hotels— 

Amherst House, Dudley H. Kendrick, 
prop. 

Slsson's Hotel, Tabor T. Slsson, prop. 
Ice Cream— Henry Adams 

Charles E. Deuel 

W. H. H. Morgan 
lee Dealers- 
East Street Ice Co., East A 

Whipple & Glazier 
Insurance Assents— 

J. C. Bralnerd 

Oliver D. Hunt 

Henry M. McCloud & Son (general* 

Rufus W. Stratton 

B. H. Williams & Co. 
•Jewelers and Watchmakers— 

Edgar R. Bennett 



East A. 



North A. 



North A. 



Samuel S. Hyde 

John A. Rawson 
Justices of the Peace- 
Edward D. Bangs 

James I. Cooper 

George Cutler 

Charles H. Edwards 

William T. Linehan 

Henry M. McCloud 

Henry C. Nash, Jr. 

W. J. Rellley 

Levi Stockbridge 

Byron H. Williams 

Susan I. Whlttakar (special commissioner) 
Laundries — College Co-operative 

Daniel Hart 
Lawyers- W. J. Reilley 

Henry C. Nash, Jr. 

S. S. Taft 
Leather Hoard Mfr.— 

Avery R. Cushman, North A. 

Libraries — 

Amherst Public Library, Mary A. Robi- 
son. lib. 

North Amherst Public Library, Esther 
L. Haskins, lib. 
Live Stock Dealer- 
George L. Henry 
Locksmith — Moses G. Goodwin 
Lumber Dealers— LswiS W. Allen 

Frank A. Cadwell 

Walter D. Cowles & Co., 

Levi E. Dickinson 

Dwight Graves & Co., 

Samuel Harrington & Son, 

Ephraim T. Sabin & Son, 

Henry L. Ufford, 
Machinists- 
Edward P. Dickinson, 

Ernest B. Smith, 

Edmund A. Thompson 
Marble Worker-Samuel P. Clutia 
Market Gardeners — 

Edward G. Bolter, 

Enoch G. Clark, 

Dwight E. Dickinson, 
Masons and Huilders— 

David W. Blodgett 

Michael Brltt 

Charles S. Currier 
Men's Furnishing 1 Goods- 
Harry H. Clark 

Sanderson & Thompson 
Milliners— Kate & Mary Beston 

Mrs. D. O. Spear 
Music Teachers- 
Thomas Charmbury 

Annie L. Crowell 

Clara L. Dwight 

Mrs. Charles S. Tillson 
Newsdealers— Edwin Nelson 

John A. Rawson 

Mirick N. Spear 
Newspapers— Amherst Record (weekly). 
Carpenter & Morehouse, props. 

Amherst Student (monthly), students 
Amherst College 

Aggie Life (monthly), students Mass. Agl. 
College 

Literary Monthly, Students Amherst Col- 
lege 
Notaries Public- 
Forester P. Ainsworth, North A 

George Cutler 

Henry M. McClond 

Byron H. Williams 

Frank C. Sherwin 
Nursery— 

Massachusetts Agricultural College 



North A. 

North A. 

North A. 

East A. 

North A. 

East A. 
South A. 



South A. 
North A. 
South A 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



AMHERST— Continued. 

Nurses— Daniel H. Bartlett 

Kate M. Flynt 

Mrs. Harriet L. Guertin. North A. 

Cora A. Johnson, South A. 

Mrs. Warren J. Partridge, North A. 

Nellie S. Richards 

Mrs. Jessie H. Tripp, North A. 

Opticians— Edgar R. Bennett 

Samuel S. Hyde 
Painters- 
Lewis H. Dickinson (carriage) 

George G. Graves 

Henry C. Graves 

William R. Harris 

Charles A. Hawley 

Henry W. Judd. South A 

John Magee 

H. H. Morse, North A. 

J. F. Perkins 

George W. Powell & Co. 

Paul L. Shumway (carriage) 
Photos" raj»l»ers— 

Charles R. Kenfield 

John L. Love 11 
Photographic Supplies- 
John L. Lovell 
Physicians— Charles F. Branch 

William W. Burnett (Horn.) 

George S. Clark, North A. 

Nelson C. Haskell 

Herbert B. Perry 

George W. Rawson 

Hiram H. Seelye 

Joab Stowell, Jr., North A. 

Picture Kramers- 

John L. Lovell 

Edwin D. Marsh 

W. C. Towne 
Plumbers— Cad y R. Elder 

Stanley A. Phillips 

Julius H. Trott 
Post Oflices and Postmasters— 

Amherst— Thomas R. Hill 

North Amherst— Forester P. Ainsworth 

South Amherst— J. E. Merrick 

East Amherst— George E. Thayer 

Cushman — George E. Cogswell 
Printers— Carpenter & Morehouse 
Provision Dealers- 
Dickinson Bros., South A. 

Charles S. Dickinson, North A 

Frederick B. Keith 

George S. Kendrick 

Paul P. Landry 

John Mullen 

Peter Surrenant 
Pump Mfr.— 

Asahel Dwight, South A 

Real Estate Agents— 

Henry M. McCloud & Son 



Harvey Strong 

Byron H. Williams & Co. 
Restaurants— Mrs. C. S. Wilber 
Saw Mills— Levi E. Dickinson 

Dwight Graves &. Co., North A. 

Samuel E. Harrington & Son, North A. 
Schools — Mt. Pleasant Institute (boys). 
W. K. Nash, prin. 

School for Delicate and Nervous Chil- 
dren, Mrs. W. D. Herrick, prin. 

Home School (young ladies), Mrs. Mary 
E. Stearns, prin. 
Sewing' Machine Dealers- 
Frank A. Bardwell 

John A. Rawson 
Stables— Charles G. Ayrea 

Joseph L. Dana 

Dickinson & Guertin 

Theodore L. Paige 

Sisson's Hotel 
Stenographer — Lillian M. Brown 
Stoves and Tinware — 

•Cady R. Elder 

Stanley A. rhillips 

Julius H. Trott 
Straw Goods Mfrs.— 

George B. Burnett & Son 

Everett L. Dean (palm leaf hats) 

The Hills Co. 
Tailors— Joseph P. Campion 

John Doherty 

Hannah Glynn 

Philip O'Gorman 

Michael Powers 

Sanderson & Thompson 
Teamsters — Oscar L. Bridgman 

A. P. Brown 

Frank A. Cadwell 

Henry Jackson 

E. E. Perry 

Whipple & Glazier 
Undertaker— Edwin D. Marsh 
Upholsterer — Edwin D. Marsh 
Veterinary Surgeons — 

Wilbert Lew 

Henry D. Paige 

William B. Wentzell 
Wheelwrights — 

Edward P. Dickinson, East A. 

Arthur W. Hall, North A. 

Fred C. Russell 

Dwight E. Shumwav, South A. 

Wire Goods Mfr.- 

Lysander H. Allen 
Wood Dealers- Lewis W. Allen 

Frank A. Cadwell 

Oliver D. Hunt 

Martin S. Nash 

E. T. Sabin & Son, Eait A 

Whipple & Glazier 



ANDOVER 



In Essex Co., 23 m. north of Boston on Western Division B. & M. R. R. ; 
electric cars to Lawrence. Inc. May 22, 1G46. Pop. G.14S. 

Villages— Center, Ballard Vale, West Parish, Frye Village, Marland Vil- 
lage, Abbot Village. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
Clerk— Abraham Marland 
Selectmen— Win. G» Goldsmith, ch. 

Samuel II. Boutwell. Lowell 



John S. Stark, Ballard Vale 

Auditors— Charles B. Jenkins 

W. Byron Morse 

George A. lliggins 
Treasurer— George A. Parker 
Collector— Abraham Marland 



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Assessors— Selectmen 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— William L. Frve 

Elmer H. Shattuck, Ballard Vale 

George W. Hears 
Highway Surveyor- 
Joseph T. Lovejoy 
Board of Public Works— % 

John H. Flint, eh. 

Felix G. Haynes, Ballard Vale 

James P. Butterfield 

William S. Jenkins 

John L. Smith 
Cemetery Commissioners- 
William S. Jenkins 

James P. Butterfield - 

John L. Smith 

George W. Foster 

Felix G. Haynes 

Charles Greene 

Oliver Vennard 
Park Commissioners— Albert Poor 

Arthur Bliss 

Charles L. Carter 
Board Health— Dr. J. A. Leitch, ch. 

Dr. C. E. Abbott 

Howell *F. Wilson, Ballard Vale 

Chief Police— George W. Mears 
Chief Fire Dept.— Lewis T. Hardy 

Public Schools. 

Committee— J. Newton Cole, ch. 

John N. Cole 

John Alden 

Mrs. Howell F. Wilson, 

Ballard Vale 

Mrs. Ella S. Morrill 

William Shaw, Ballard Vale 

Thomas David 

George D. Pettee 

John L. Brewster 
Supt. — George E. Johnson 
Prin. High School— Frank O. Baldwin 
Prin. Stowe School— Anna E. Chase 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Architect— P. J. Gilbert 
Auctioneer— Barnett Rogers 

George S. Cale 
Bakers— Frank P. Higgins 

T. E. Rhodes 
Band and Orchestra— 

Andover Brass Band, A. Bliss, leader 

Andover Orchestra, O. P. Chase, mgr. 
Banks — Andover National, J. Tyler Kim- 
ball, cash. 

Andover Savings Bank, John F. Kimball, 
treas. 
Bicycle Dealer— H. F. Chase 

McCarty Bros. 
Blacksmiths— Anderson & Bowman 

Thomas P. Harriman 

John H. Leonard, Ballard Vale 

Saul McDougal 

Dennis Sweeney 

Tuttle & Morrison 
Booksellers and Stationers— 

O. P. Chase 

G. A. Hlgglns & Co. 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
Benjamin Brown 

Patrick J. Daly 

Rhodes & Moulton 

Harlan P. Wright 

TOWN BEPOiTS 



Boot and Shoe Mfrs.— 

Jacob W. Barnard & Son 
Newton Jaquith 
Box MfrH- Hardy & Cole 
Brush 311'rs. — C. A. Hardy & Son 
Carpenters— A. F. Abbott 
Bralnard Cummings 
Hardy &. Cole 
Pitman & Richardson 
Albert W. Moody, Ballard Vale 

A. O. Sewell 
Samuel Thomas 
Carpet Dealer— H. P. Noyea 
Carriage Mfrs.— Tuttle & Morrison 
Cigars and Tobacco- 
Ovid Chapman 
Omar Chase 
D. Mecbelini 
Thomas E. Rhodes 
Clergymen and Churches— 

— , Union Cong., Ballard Vale 

F. W. Klein, Baptist 

Thomas Livingstone, Methodist, 

Ballard Vale 
P. J. A. Lynch, St. Augustine's R. C. 
D. J. Mahoney, St. Augustine's R. C. 

( west Cong. 

Frederick Palmer, Christ Episcopal 
Frank R. Shipman, South Cong. 
Frederick A. Wilson, Free (Cong.) 
(Supplied) West Cong. 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 
Thomas K. Chyne (Sem. Ch.) 
John Wesley Churchill (Sem. Ch.) 
George Harris (Sem. Ch.) 
Edward Young Hincks (Sem. Ch.) 
Francis H. Johnson 
George T. Moore (Sem. Ch.) 
Nathaniel Pride 
William L. Ropes (Sem. Ch.) 
William H. Ryder (Sem. Ch.) 
Egbert S. Smyth (Sem. Ch.) 
John Phelps Taylor (Sem. Ch.) 
Charles C. Torrey (Sem. Ch.) 
Williston Walker (Sem. Ch.) 
Coal and Wood- 
George W. Chandler 
Frank E. Gleason 

H. M. Hayward, Ballard Vale 

Confectionery and Fruit- 
Tony Basso 
Mrs. S. J. Bucklin 
Omar Chase 

C. F. Parker, Ballard Vale 

Thomas E. Rhodes 
Copper and Tinsmith— 
E. C. Pike 
George Saunders 
Michael T. Walsh 
William H. Welch 
Dentists— Charles H. Gilbert 

A. E. Hulme 
Dress Goods Mfrs.— Marland Milli 
Dressmakers— Myra J. Bodwell 
Mrs. J. O. Bradshaw 
M. J. Howard 
M. J. Martin 
Sarah McCreadle 
Belle McCullough 
Miss E. A. Rhodes 
Cora Swanton 
Druggists— E. M. & W. A. Allen 
Arthur Bliss 
George H. Parker 

Charles H. Shattuck, Jr., Ballard Vale 
Druggists' Sundries Mfrs.— 
Tyler Rubber Co. 



Printed in the best manner at short notice. 

F. S. Blanchard & Co., Worcester. 



ANDOVER— Continued. 

Dry Goods- 
Patrick Burke (peddler) 
T. A. Holt & Co. 
Mrs. M. L. Ramsdell 
Smith & Manning 
Electric Light Co.— 
Andover Electric Light Co., Walter H. 
Coleman, supt. 
Employment Office— S. J. Bucklin 

Barnett Rogers 
Expresses— American Express Co. 
Tuttle's Express 
Napier's Lawrence Express 
Fancy Goods— Le Fleur-de-Lis 

Mrs. M. L. Ramsdell 
Fish Dealers— Thomas J. Farmer 

John E. Hutchinson & Son 
Flax Thread Mfrs— Smith & Dove 
Florists— George D. Millett 
George Piddington 
John H. Playden 
Mrs. Charles Shattuck 
Woodbrldge & Bursley 
Flour and Grain— T. A. Holt & Co. 

Smith & Manning 
Fnrniture Dealers- 
Henry P. Noyes 
General Stores— T. A. Holt & Co. 
Green & Woodlin, Ballard Vale 

P. G. Haynes & Co., Ballard Vale 

Grocers — J. H. Campion & Co. 
Patrick J. Daly 
T. A. Holt & Co. 
Smith & Manning 
John P. Morgan 
Hairdressers— John M. Bean 
Maude Beevers (ladies'j 
Fraser & Murphy 
"William T. Ledwell 
John H. Sochrens 
Hair Worlcer— Maude Beaver 
Halls— Pilgrim Hall, capacity 250 
Town Hall, capacity 600 
Grand Army Hall, capacity 2"*0 
Hardware Dealer — Henry McLawlin 

Edwin C. Pike 
Harness Makers — G. A. Mayer 

Charles Mayer 
Hay and Straw— Frank E. Gleason 
Hotels- 
Imperial House, Thomas Murphy, prop. 
Mansion House, E. P. Hitchcock, prop. 
Ice Dealers— 

H. M. Hayward, Ballard Vale 

B. F. Holt 
Ink Mfrs.— W. C. McDonald & Co. 
Insurance Agents— 
Barnett Rogers (life and fire) 
Joseph A. Smith (fire) 
Insurance Co. — Merrimack Mutual In- 
surance Co.. William S. Jenkins, pres. 
Jeweler and Watchmaker — 

John E. Whitina; 
Justices of tlie Peace- 
John W. Bell 
Cecil F. P. Bancroft 
Frederick S. Boutwell 
Walter Buck 
Frank T. Carlton 
John F. Kimball 
Abraham Marland 
Charles H. Marland 
William Odlin 
Albert Poor 
George H. Poor 
. George Klpley 
Barnett Rogers 
Joseph A. Smart 



William Shaw, Ballard Vale 

Colver J. Stone 
Laundry— A. M. Hodges 

Rhodes & Moulton 
Lawyers— G. W. Foster 
George H. Poor 
William Odlin 
Colver J., Stone 
Libraries- 
Memorial Hall, Ballard Holt, lib. 
Theological Seminary, William L. Ropes, 
lib. 
Lime, Plaster and Cement- 
Hardy & Cole 
Linen Yarn Mfrs.— 

Smith & Dove Mfg Co. 
Lumber Dealers — Hardy & Cole 
Machinists— McCarty Bros. 

H. F. Chase 
Masons — Moses V. Gleason 

Frank E. Dodge 
Men's Furnishing Goods- 
Burns & Crowley 
William J. Dean 
P. J. Hannon 
Milliner— Elizabeth M. Abbott 
Mineral Spring Water— Ballard 
Vale Lithia Spring Water Co., Ballard 
Vale 
3Iusic Teachers— Miss M. R. Candler 
Maude M. Cole 
Kate Pike 
C. H. Sanborn 
W. C. Stratton 
Newsdealers-Omar P. Chase 

Thomas E. Rhodes 
Newspaper— 

Andover Townsman, J. N. Cole, mgr. 
Notaries Public— George W. Foster 
Frank T. Carlton 
Albert Poor 
, Colver J/ Stone 
Nurses — Margaret T. Lambert 
Jennie Mitchell 
Wllhelmina Reed 
Mrs. J. H. Tinkham 
Painters— F. A. Bodwelt 
Albert W. Caldwell 
A. M. Colby (carriage and sign) 
John S. Dearborn, Ballard Vale 

Daniel Donovan & Son 
Tuttle & Morrison (carriage) 
James Wood 
E. J. Rowe (fresco) 
Physicians- 
Charles E. Abbott 
Cyrus N". Chamberlain 
Henry L. Clarke (Horn.) 
James R. Fuller 
John A. Leitch 
James F. Richards 
Emma M. E. Sanborn (Horn.) 
Cyrus W. Scott (Horn.) 
Chas. H. Shattuck, Jr., Ballard Vale 
John P. Torrey 
Picture Frames— H. A- Ramsdell 

E. J. Rowe 
Planing Mills — Hardy & Cole 
Plumbers— Erwin C. Pike 
George Saunders 
Michael T. Walsh 
William H. Welsh 
Post Otlices and Postmasters— 
Andover— Arthur Bliss 
Ballard Vale— Charles H. Marland 
Printers— The Andover Press 
Printer's Ink Mfrs. — 

W. C. Donald & Co. 
Provision Dealers— G. J. M. Bemls 



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A. H. L. Bemia 

W. G. Brown (peddler) 

L. H. Eames 

John S. Stark, Ballard Vale 

Richard J. Sherry, Ballard Vale 

Valpey Bros. 

J. P. Wakefield 
Publisher — Warren F. Draper 
Real Estate Agents— L. J. Bucklln 

Barnett Rogers 
Restaurants— Ovid Chapman 

D. Machlline 

Thomas Murphy 

Thomas E. Rhodes 
Rubber Goods Mfrs.— 

Tyer Rubber Co. 
Schools— 

Abbott Academy, Emily Means, prln. 

Andover Theological Seminary, George H. 
Harris, pres . 

Phillips Academy, C. F. P. Bancroft, 
prln. 
Sewing Machine Dealer- 
Marshall L. Ramsdell 
Stables— W. H. Hlggins 

Ira B. Hill 

John Pray 



Stoves, Furnnees and Tin- 
ware— Erwin T. Fike 

George Saunders 

Michael T. Walsh 

William H. Welch 
Tailors — Burns & Crowley 

John H. Dean (estate) 

P. J. Hannon 

Theodore Muise 
Teamsters— Charles Rea 

Ammon Richardson 
Thread and Twine Mfrs.— 

Smith & Dove 
Typewriters — S. J. Bucklin 

Florence Cummings 
Undertaker— Frank H. Messer 
Upholsterers — H. P. Noyes 

Alfred Kaiser 
Variety Stores — Annie Morgan 

Jennie Wentworth 
Veterinary Surgeon — 

George S. Fuller 
Water "Works— Andover Water Works. 

John E. Smith, supt. 
Wheelwright— A. Beauregard 
Woolen Mfrs.— Ballard Vale Mills 

Marland Mills (dress goods) 



ARLINGTON 



In Middlesex Co., G m. northwest of Boston on So. Diy. B. & M. R. R.; 
electric railway to Arlington Heights, Lexington. Winchester, Cambridge 
and Boston. Originally incorporated in 1S07 as West Cambridge: changed 
to Arlington April 13, 1SG7. Pop. 0,515. 

Villages— Arlington Heights, Brattle Station, Lake Street. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
Clerk— B. Delmont Locke 
Selectmen— Edwin S. Farmer, ch. 

George I. Doe 

Walter Crosby 
Auditors— Alfred T. Marston 

Benjamin G. Jones 
Treasurer and Collector— B. D. Locke 
Assessors — George I. Doe, ch. 

Luclen C. Tyler 

Omar W. Whittemore 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— A. S. Harriman (civil) 

Garret J. Cody (civil) 

John Duffy (civil) 

Andrew Irwin (civil) 

Garritt Barry (civil) 
Supt. Streets— Samuel E. Kimball 
Water Commissioners- 
George W. Lane, chairman 

Peter Schwamb 

George P. Winn 
Sewer Commissioners — 

Edward S. Fessenden, chairman 

Wlnfleld S. Durgin 

Warren W. Rawson 
Cemetery Commissioners- - 

William G. Peck, ch. 

W. A. Peirce 

Francis S. Frost 

B. Delmont Locke, ex-officio 
Sinking Fund Commissioners — 

William G. Peck 

A. D. Hoitt 

Theodore Schwamb 



Park Commissioners- 
John Q. A. Brackett, ch. 
W. Washington Kimball 
S. Frederick Hicks 

Board Health- 
Edward S. Fessenden, chairman 
Dr. Edwin P. Stickney 
Edwin* Mills 

Chief Police— Alonzo S. Harriman 

Chief Fire Dept.— Charles Gott 

Puhlic Schools. 

Committee— Wm. H. H. Tuttle, ch. 

Mrs. Georgiana M. Peatfield 

Timothy O'Leary 

Peter Schwamb 

Andrew F. Reed 

John H. Perry 

Mrs. Anna E. Dodge 

Ida F. Robbins 

Walter A. Robinson 
Prin. High School— Ira W. Holt 
Principals Grammar Schools— 

F. S. Sutcliffe 

Mary F. Scanlan 

Jennie A. Chaplin 

Martha Wentworth 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneers— Leon A. Bowers 

J. Prescott Gage 

George D. Moore 

James II. Shedd 
Bilkers— N. J. Hardy & Co. 
Hunks — Arlington Co-operative Bank, R. 
Walter Hllliard, sec. 



PRINTING 



Of anything that can be printed. 

F. S. Blanchard & Co., Worcester. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



ARLINGTON— Conti mied . 

Arlington Five Cents Savings Bank, Jo- 
seph W. Whitaker, treas. 

First National, William D. Higgins, cash. 
Bicycle Dealers — Sidney F. Dean 

John Li. Moseley 
Billiards and Pool— James E. Duffy 
Blacksmiths- Charles Gott 

Thomas Higgins 

"William M. Pepnard 

Mark Sullivan 
Boarding Houses- 
Mrs. Lucy F. Perkins 

Mrs. Emma F. Waterman 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
Patrick T. Ilendrick 

Lucian C. Tyler 

Nicholas H. Becker. A. Heights 

Boot and Shoe Makers- 
Michael Bradley 

Nicholas H. Becker, A. Heights 

Bernard Romsisky 

Louis Wine 
Batter, Cheese and Eggs— 

David Buttrick 

William A. Prince 
Carpenters— William P. Balser 

Henry A. Bellamy 

George A. Disston 

Gratto & Gamester 

•William G. Kimball 

Angus G. McDonald 

Robert McDonald 

Orrin B. Marston 

Edwin N. Rand 

George A. Sawyer 

John E. Shirley & Son 

Charles Small 
Carriage Mfr.— Charles Gott 
Caterers— N. J. Hardy & Co. 
Civil Engineers and Survey- 
ors — Henry S. Adams 

Frank W. Hodgdon 
Clergymen and Churches- 
Samuel C. Bushnell, Orthodox Cong. 

Harry Fay Fister, First Universalist 

Frederic Gill, First Cong. (Un.) 

John M. Mulcahy, St. Maiachi's R. C. 

A. E. Stembridge, Park Avenue Baptist 

A. E. Stembridge, Union Parish (unde- 
nom.) 

Charles H. Watson, Baptist 

James Yeames, St. John's Episcopal 
Clothing Dealers— Frank R. Daniels 

A. Nichols & Co. 

Lucius C. Tyler 
Coal and Wood— Peirce & Winn Co. 
Concrete Paver— George H. Lowe 
Confectionery and Fruit— 

Angelo Caterino 

Margaret Dean, A. Heights 

C. H. Kimball 

Salvadore Ventura 
Dentists— Francis H. Clark 

John I. Poatfleld 

G. W. Yale 
Dressmakers— Mrs. J. H. Burrows 

Mrs. M. V C. Hayes 

Katie T. McGrath 

Mrs. J. F. McLeod 

Mrs. James A. Pierce 

Laura M. Worthley 
Druggists— Clark & Loomls 

Guy E. Dame, A. Heights 

Henry A. P.rhnm 

Albert A. Tlldon 

Omar W. Whittemore 
Dry Goods- Central Dry Goods Co., 



Samuel H. Cutting, prop. 

I. E. Robinson & Co. 
Dye Wood and Flour Mill- 
Arlington Wheat & Drug Mill 
Electrician — Reuben W. LeBaron 
Expresses — American Express Co. 

Fletcher's Express 

McClellan's Express 

Warner's Express 

Welch's Express 
Fish Dealers— George H. Averill 

J. Fred McLeod 

William H. Webber & Son 
Florists— David W. Duncan 

Warren W. Rawson 

White & Frost 
Furniture Dealers- 
William Caldwell 

William W. Robertson 
Gas Co.— Arlington Gas Light Co., Chas. 

H. Wharton, supt. 
Greenhouse Contractor — 

Horace B. Johnson 
Grocers— Thomas H. Carens 

Charles A. Cushing • 

James O. Holt 

Walter K. Hutchinson 

Casper Mittlebock 

Matthew Rowe 

Charles G. Sloan 

H. T. Weltch & Son 

Mrs. Michael Waugh 

Richard A. Welch & Co. 

William Whytal & Son 

Yerxa & Yerxa 
Hairdressers— Dennis Ahern 

A. A. Bodseau 

Timothy M. Canniff 

James E. Duffy 

John E. MacAloney 

Joseph W, Ronco 
Hardware and Cutlery— 

Knowles & Marden 

R. W. Shattuck & Co. 

Sylvester Stickney & Co. 
Harness Makers— Wm. A. Clark &'Co. 

Thomas G. Kaulbeck 

Abel Lawrence 
Hay and Grain— Pierce & Winn Co. 
Hotels- 
Arlington House, Thos. Gallagher, prop. 

Suburban House, W. H. Waterfall, prop. 
Ice Dealer— Charles W. Ilsley 
Ice Tool Mfrs.— Wm. T. Wood & Co. 
Insect Powder Mfr.— 

H. Schlessinger 
Insurance Agents— J. Abbott Clark 

Crescent Rental & Realty Co., J. Pres- 
cott Gage, mgr. 

R. Walter Hilliard 

Alfred Patterson 

Thomas J. Robinson 

George Y. Wellington & Son 
Jewelers and Watchmakers- 
Oscar J. Derby 

Fred A. Smith 
Justices of the Peace- 
Charles W. Allen 

James A. Bailey, Jr. 

J. Q. A. Brackett 

Leon A. Bowers 

George E. Bruorton 

'Charles B. Deveraux 

H. Thomas Elder 

Rodney J. Hardy 

R. Walter Hilliard 

Joseph C. Holmes 

Alfred D. Hoitt 

William H. Kimball 



FOR BUILDING NEWS. Sen ^^=X? py - The Builders' Weekly, 

$3.00 a year. Worcester, JIass. 



ARLINGTON. 



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William E. Lloyd 

B. Dolmont Locke 

Nelson Monroe 

Edmund II. Noyes 

John M. Mulcahy 

Charles S. Parker 

Lemuel Pope 

Darwin A. Proctor 

Edward L. Parker 

James H. Shedd 

William H. H. Tuttle 

John T. White 

Harry H. Whitney 
Lawyers-James A. Bailey, Jr. 

William P. Foster 

John H. Hardy 

James P. Parmenter 

William E. Parmenter 

William II. H. Tuttle 

Arthur J. Wellington 
Library— Robbins Library, Elizabeth J. 

Newton, lib. 
Lumber Dealers— 

H. A. Emerson & Co. 
Machinists ami Machinery 
Mfrs.— Arlington Machine Works 

William T. Wood & Co. 
Marble AVorlcer — James Patterson 
Market Gardeners- Wm. H. Allen 

Joseph H. Butterfleld 

Crosby Bros. 

Edwin S. Farmer 

Hill Bros. 

Henry J. Locke 

John Lyons 

Patrick Mead 

Purcell Bros. 

Warren W. Rawson 

George P. Winn 

Wyman Bros. 
Masons- Arthur L. Bacon 

Augustus Bishop 

A. Eugene Cotton 

Michael Kelly 

George W. White 
Milliner— Daisy B. Wilson 
Moulding 31 ill- 
Charles Schwamb & Son 
Music Teachers— Anabel Parker 

Samuel P. Prentiss 

Adelaide W. Proctor 

Mrs. S. B. Wood 
Newsdealers-Frank R. Daniels 

Margaret Dean 

A. Nichols & Co. 
Newspapers— Arlington Advocate 

(weekly), Chas. S. Parker & Son, props. 

Arlington Enterprise (weekly), Francis 
H. Gray, pub. 

Notaries Public— J. A. Bailey, Jr. 

Pliny B. Fiske 

William P. Foster 

William H. Kimball 

Walter E. Lombard 

Nelson Monroe 

James H. Shedd 

William H. H. Tuttle 

Frank Y. Wellington 
Painters- 
William L. Clark & Co. (carriage) 

Lockwood Davis 

Charles A. Hardy 

J. W Harrington 

William O. Menchin (carriage) 

Albert D. Morse & Co. (house) 



Charles Waage 
John R. Wallace 



Photographer— Edward C. Litchfield 
Physicians— Louis E. Allen 

Charles A. Dennett 

William A. Greene 

Edward D. Hooker 

Charles A. Keegan 

Charles A. Libby (Horn.) 

David T. Percy (Horn.) 

Allen M. Ring 

Edwin P. Stickney 

Julia E. Tolman 

Helen I. Wood worth 

Roy D. Young 
Piano Case Mfrs. — 

Theodore Schwamb Co. 
Picture Frame Mfrs.— 

Carl Schwamb & Son 
Post Ollice and Postmaster- 
Arlington— Alfred D. Hoitt 
Plumbers — Andrew Bain 

Knowles & Marden 

Clarence A. Lovering 

William J. McAllister 

R. W. Shattuck & Co. 

Sylvester Stickney • 

Printers— Francis H. Gray 

Charles S. Parker & Son 
Provision Dealers- 
Ransom L. Adams 

Charles A. Cushtng 

Walter K. Hutchinson 

Johnson & Maisch 

Matthew Rowe 

Edward E. Upham 

H. T. Weltch & Son 

Richard A. Welch & Co. 
Ileal Estate Agents— 

J. Abbott 'Clark 

Crescent Rental & Realty Co., J. Pres- 
cott Gage, man. 

R. Walter Hilliard 

Alfred *Moore 

Alfred Patterson 

Henry W. Savage Agency 
Schools— The Misses Van Der Vier K1h- 

dergarten, Miss A. S. Wellington 
Spring: Water — 

Belmont Crystal Spring, P. 0. Arlington 
Stables— Herbert M. Chase 

David Clark 

George Clark 

George A. Law 
Stoves, Ranges and Tinware— 

Knowles & Marden 

R. W. Shattuck & Co. 

Sylvester Stickney & Co. 
Tailors— Alec Bowman & Co. 

James J. Loftus 

John D. Rosle 
Teamsters — Arthur M. Curtln 

Charles A. Hutchinson 
Undertakers— James P. Daley 

Daniel W. Grannan 

John H. Hartwell & Son 
Upholsterer— William W. Robertson 
Veterinary Surgeon — 

Laurence L. Pierce 
Wells (Artesian)— Horace B. Johnson 
Wheelwrights— Charles Gott 

William 0. Menchin 



r 



ITS THERE. 



If you don't find the name you are looking for In this 
book under a certain heading, look elsewhere. Classi- 
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ASHBURNHAM. 



In Worcester Co., GO in. from Boston, 30 m. from Worcester and 10 m. north- 
west of Fitchburg, South Ashburnham being on the Fitchburg R. R., North 
Ashbnrnham on tlie Cheshire Br. of same, and Ashburnham on the Ashburn- 
ham Br. 2 m. from South Ashburnham. Inc. Feb. 22, 1763. Pop. 2,148. 

Villages— Ashburnham Center, Burragevllle, Lane Village, South Ashburn- 
ham. North Ashburnham, Factory Village. 

Carriages and Harness— 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— Walton B. Whitney 
Selectmen— Chas. H. Pratt, chairman 

Henry C. Newell 

Archie E. Perkins, South A. 

Auditor— Moses P. Greenwood 
Treasurer— George F. Corey 
Collector— Joseph S. Cogswell 
Assessors— Henry C. Newell, ch. 

John L. Clark 

W. Heilry Willard, South A. 

Overseers Poor— C. F. Packard, ch. 

Nathan T. Wheeler 

John T. Withington, South A. 

Constables— Richard Doolan (civil) 

Elmer W. Russell, South A. 

Thomas W. Jones 
Highway Commissioner- 
Charles A. Billings, 
Supt. Water Works— Geo. 
Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Mrs. A. E. Merritt, ch. 
Elmer G. Fosgate 

Archie E. Perkins, South A. 

Prin. High School— Hervey S. Cowell 
Principals Grammar Schools- 
Florence E. Piper 
Abbie S. Downer, South A. 



North A. 
F. Corey 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Agricultural Implements 

William H. Richardson 

Auctioneer— Charles T. 

Bank — Ashburnham Bank 
cash. 

Basket Mfr.— 
John M. Pratt, 

Bicycle Dealer- 
Herbert A. Pratt. 

Billiard and Pool Rooms- 
Central House 
Daniel F. Hessian, South A. 
William J. Murray, 

Blacksmith s— 
Daniel W. Ladd, 
Peter Letender 
John P. Mack 
Fremont Packard, 
John T. Withington, 

Boot and Shoe .Makers- 
John R. Gllman 
Eugene Rousau, 
Oliver Stone 

Box Mfrs.— Charles A. Jeft8 
John Griswold 
U. A. Packard 

Carpenters— Jnmes A 
Henry Raymond 

Cnrrinsc Makers — 
Daniel W. Ladd (repairer), 



Litch 

0. J. Sawyer, 



South A. 



See adv. 
South A. 



South A. 



North A. 
South A. 



South A. 



Lane 



South A 



William H. Richardson 
Chair Mfrs.— 

Allen-Thompson, Whitney Co., South A. 
B. Duane & Co., South A. 

William B. Pierce, South A. 

Wheeler & Chamberlain,- South A. 

W. F. Whitney ft 'Co., South A. 

B. H. Williams & Co., South A. 
Chair Stock Mfr.— 

Benjamin H. Williams (bent), South A. 

Cider Makers— Cyrus A. Jetts 
Henry A. Packard, North A. 

N. Sarsfield 

Ci.srars and Tobacco- 
Alfred E. Garlick, South A. 
William J. Murray, South A. 

Clergymen and Churches- 
Nathan T. Dyer, First Congregational 

, People's (Cong.), South A. 

Charles McManus, St. Denis' R. C, 
South A. 

C. R. Sherman, Methodist 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 

Joseph S. Cogswell (Cong.) 

George H. Hardy (M. E.) 

Shubael R. Herrick (M. E.) 
Coal Dealers— Edward D. Brigham 

Frank W. Davis 

Charles H. Gentle, South A. 

Confectionery and Frnit— 

George A. Mather, South A. 

Cotton Yarn 'Mfr.— Ashburnham Cot- 
ton Mills (Nevins & Co., Boston) 
Dressmakers-Mrs. J. L. Clark 

Mrs. Newell Labrick, South A. 

Drnseist- W T illiam N. Wood 
Express — American Express Co. at Ash- 
burnham and South A. 
Fish and Oysters— John E. Hare 
General Stores- 
Alfred E. Garlick, South A. 

Moses P. Greenwood 

Marble & Gilson 

Walter O. Parker 
Grain and Feed— George H. Barrett 

Charles H. Gentle, South A. 

Grist Mills— George H. Barrett 

Cyrus A. Jefts 
Grocer — 

James H. Long, 
Hairdressers — Joseph W. 

Joseph Baudette, 

Prosper Benway, 
Harness .Makers — 

William H. Richardson 

Oliver Stone 
Hotels— Central House, Mrs. A. J. Lov- 
ell, prop. 

JUNCTION HOUSE, Daniel F. 
sian, prop., South A. See adv. 
Ice Dealer— Edward D. Brigham 
Ins ii ranee A^ent— 

William H. Richardson 

Walton B. Whitney 
Jeweler and Watchmaker— 

John Montairo 



South A. 
Atkinson 
South A. 
South A. 



Hes- 



U ATTIC I ^ Not keepin ^ r tue Ycur n ° ok on tDeir desks are not doing their 
nil I luLd H, l ! r ?!.:\ Jl Y^ ice- ^, n , formillioa iu this form is indispensable to 



the traveling public. 



ASHBURNHAM— ASHBY. 



265 



JOMOTIO^I HOUSE 

South Ashburnham, Mass. 



Steam Heat, All Modern Improve- 
ments. Terms, $2.00 Per Day. Special 
Rates to Parties. Board at Reasonable 
Rates Per Week. First-Class in All 
Appointments. 

D. F. HESSION, Prop. 



Jnsticcs of tlie Peace- 
George F. Corey 
Hervey S. Cowell 

James W. Felt, South A. 

Moses P. Greenwood 
Charles A. Merrill 
Walter O. Parker 
Marshall Wetherbee 
. Wilbur F. Whitney. South A. 

Walton B. Whitney 
Library— Public Library, Miss Lona M. 

Davis, lib. 
Lumber Dealers- 
Cyrus A. Jefts 
Henry "A. Packard 
Masons — Reuben Bennett 
Herbert G. Howard (stone) 
Milliner— Mrs. Lizzie F. Barrett 
Newsdealer— William H. Richardson 
Notary Public— Walton B. Whitney 
Painters— Austin Brooks, South A. 

James Flannigan (carriage), South A. 



William F. White 
John E. Wilson 

Paper Hanser- -Charles H. Howard 

Paper llan^in^s— 
Austin Brooks, South A. 

Pbysicians— Nathaniel Jewett (Eel.) 
Elmer G. Fosgate 

Archie E. Perkins (Horn.), South A. 

Alonzo L. Stlckney 

Post Ollices and Postmasters— 
Ashburnham Center — Mrs. E. L. Evan3 
South Ashburnham — Emma L. Lombard 
North Ashburnham — Mrs. Dennis Sanborn 

Printer and Stationer- 
Walton B. Whitney 

Provision Dealers— J. E. Hare 
James H. Long, South A. 

Henry C, Newell 
Ephraim Stone 

Saw Mills- 
John Griswold, 
Henry A. Packard, 

School— Cushing Academy, 
Cowell, A. M., prln. 

Stables- 
Jerry Dempsey, 
Charles Gentle, 
Frank A. Greenwood 
Thomas Cornell, 
Marshall Wetherbee 

Sta&e Line — Ashburnham 
burg, Augustus G. Whitney 

Stoves and Tinware- 
Marble & Gilson 

Towel Hack Mfr.— 
Bernard Duane & Co., 

Toy Mfrs.— 
Wheeler & Chamberlain, 

Teamster — Jerry Dempsey 

Undertaker— Thomas W. Jones 

Wagon Maker— Wm. H. Richardson 

\Vh eel wri slit— Charles Whitney 



North A. 

North A. 

Henry S. 



South A. 
South A 



nd Fitch- 
prop. 



South A. 
South A. 



ASHBY. . 



In Middlesex Co.: reached by stage from West Townsend (4 m.) on F. R. R. 
Inc. March 6, 17G7. Pop. 804. 
Village— Mill Village. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Tuesday 

in March. 
Clerk— Walter J. Smith 
Selectmen— Francis W. Wright, ch. 

Edwin A. Hubbard 

Ancii W. Brooks 
Auditor— Melvin W. Jefts 
Treasurer— Julius K. Gates 
Collector— Charles S. Blake 
Assessors— Selectmen 
Overseers Poor — Selectmen 
Constables— James C. Allen 

William H. C. Lawrence 
Highway Surveyors — 

Henry A. Lawrence 

George Brooks 

Parker Hanson 

Charles W. Pillsbury 

Ancil W. Brooks 

A. S. Keyes 

Con. Caton 

Clifton C. Davis 

David Taylor 

Arthur W. Godding 



Board Health— Selectmen 
Chief Fire Dcpt.— 
Harry F. Bingham 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Harlow R. Foster, ch. 

Julius K. Gates 

Charles F. Harris 

George M. Blanchard 

Sewall A. Blood 

Lewis E. Wilkinson 

H. B. Houghton 

Arthur Willard 

C. W. Demont 
Supt.— Fairfield Whitney 
Prin. High School- 
Mabel S. Garcelon 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneer— F. W. Wright 

Rand— Ashby Band, F. A. Willard. leader 
R lac Us in it lis— William H. C. Lawrence 
William It. Underbill 



CLEHOTEN 



Will not find the Text for a Sermon in this Book, but 
if they want to look up a marriage certificate in a 
neighboring town, it will tell them who to write to. 



266 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



ASHBY— Continued. 

Boot and Shoe Maker— 

Charles B. Stewart 
Carpenter- Myron C. Wilder 
Clergymen and Chare lies — 
Herbert W. Boyd, Congregational 
George S. Shaw, Unitarian 
ExjU'C.ss — West Townsend and Ashby 
General Store — Harry F. Bingham 
Grist Mill— William 0. Loveland 
Insurance Agent-F. W. Wright 
Justices of the Peace- 
Harry E. Bingham 
Edwin A. Hubbard 
Francis W. Wright 
Lawyer — Samuel J. Bradlee 



Library — Ashby Town Library, Henry 
W. Burr, lib. 

Notary Public— Samuel J. Bradlee 

Painter — Frank Allen 

Physician — Francis F. Pope 

Post Ollice and Postmaster— 
Asliby — Harry F. Bingham 

Produce Dealer — C. F. Hayward 

Provision Dealers- 
John Butterfield 
Fred E. Robbins 

San- Mills— S. E. Buxton 
W. 0. Loveland 

Toy Miis.- Wilder Bros. 

Undertaker— Edwin A. Hubbard 

Wooden Ware Mfrs.— A. A. Carr 
L. E. Flint 



ASHFIELD. 



In Franklin' Co., 135 in. from Boston and 18 in. southwest of Greenfield; 
stage to Shelburne Falls (9 in.) and stage to Conway (G m.), there to intersect 
electric road. Inc. June 21, 1705. Pop. 1,013. 
Villages— South Asblield, Spruce Corner. 

Druggist— G. R. Fessenden 
Express — National Express Co. 
fertilizers — W. A. Shaw 
George W. Cook 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— John M. Sears 
Selectmen— Emory D. Church, ch. 

Frederick H. Smith 

Allison G. Howes 
Auditor— Charles Howes 
Treasurer— John M. Sears 
Collector— Albert W. Crafts, Jr. 
Assessors— Selectmen 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constable— Albert W. Crafts, Jr. 
Supt. Streets— (vacancy) 
Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee — Dr. J. E. Urquhart, ch. 

Frederick G. Howes 

Mrs. W. E. Ford 
Prin. High School— Orrin H. Smith 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements— 

Charles Howes 

Blacksmith— Edward Hanfield 

Cane Mi'r.— Charles H. Day, South A. 

Carpenters— Anton Dige 
D. Ranney 

Carriages and Sleighs- 
Edward W. Blakeslee, South A. 

Carriage Mfrs. and "Wheel- 
wrights— 
C. N. Gardner, Spruce Corner 

Cider Mfrs.— 
Edw. W. Blakeslee, South A. 

Clergymen and Churches- 
George H. Bailey, First Cong. 
J. Hugo Klaren, St. John's Epls. 
Charles S. Pease, Baptist, P. O. Conway 

Coal— C. A. Bronson 
John Wilde 

Creamery — 
Ashfield Co-op. Creamery Co. 

Dentist— It. D. Brown 

Dressmakers— Mrs. Jacob Gardner 
Lizzie M. Howes 
Mrs. S. A. Stevens 



South A. 



South A. 
South A. 



Flavoring liJxtracts— 

J. H. Maltby 
General Stores— 

A. J. Chapin, 

A. W. Crafts 

Samuel T. Mather 

Asa G. Wait 
Grist .Mills— Geo. W. Cook 

Walter Guilford, 
Grocer— James L. Barrus, 
Hairdresser— L. M. Blasdale 
Horse Dealer— A. G. Hall 
Hotel— 

Ashfield House, Lewis Porter & Son, propi. 
Insurance Agent — F. G. Howes 
Justices of the Peace — 

A. D. Flower 

Frederick G. Howes 

John M. Sears 
Library— Ashfield Library Assn. 

Julia A. Williams, lib. 
Lumber Mffr.— C. A. Bronson 
Mason— William Wing, South A. 

Notary Public— John M. Sears 
Painters— Richardson & Wright 
Physicians— Geo. R. Fessenden 

John E. Urquhart 
Post Olliees and Postmasters— 

Ashfield— E. J. Cook 

South Ashfield— A. J. Chapin 

Spruce Corner — George A. Thayer 

Watson — B. W. Anderson 
Provision Dealers— 

M. G. Howes, Spruce Corner 

Ralph Stetson 

Wm. O. Willis 
Saw '31111s— Edw. W. Blakeslpp, South A. 

Wm. E. Ford (also chair stock), Watson 

J. S. Gardner 

H. L. Luce, Spruce Corner 

G. A. Thayer. Spruce Corner 

Schools — 

Sanderson Academy, Orren H. Smith, 
prin. 
Stable— L. Porter 
Stage bines — Ashfield & Conway, 6 m. 

Ashfiehl to Shelburne Falls, 9 m. 

Ashfield to South Adams, trl-weekly 
Stoves and Tinware— 

W. C. Van Ness 



EVERY HOTE 



Can better afford to go without a License than to 
go without this book. Traveling men demand it. 



Snrprlenl Splint Mfr.- 

C. H. Day, 
Surveyor— F. A. Cross 
Teamsters- John Chiz 



W. A. Shaw 
Undertaker— Lewis Porter 
Wood Turning:— Geo. A. Thayer 



ASHLAND. 



In Middlesex Co., 24 m. west of Boston on B. & A. and Branch N. Y., N. H. & Hart- 
ford R. R. from Franklin: electric railway to South Framingham and Hopkinton. 
Inc. March 16, 1846. Pop. 2,090. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
Clerk— William F. Merritt 
Selectmen— J. E. Woods, chairman 

John H. Balcom 

Albert H. Fames, 2d 
Auditor — Leroy Atwood 
Treasurer— Franklin Enslin 
Collector— Abner Greenwood 
Assessors— George E. Thayer, ch. 

Ezra Morse 

William A. F. Noyes 
Overseers Poor— 

Abner Greenwood, ch. 

John A. Holbrook 

Anthony Travers 
Constables— Geo. G. Tids"bury (civil) 

Henry F. Ball 

Estes Carpenter 
Supt. Streets— William H. Twlss 
Sinking Fund Commissioners— 

Josiah A. Balcom 

Gardner C. Pierce 

George A. Coburn 
Board Health— Selectmen 
Chief Fire Dept.— Frank S. Brigham 
Park Commissioners — J. Newton Pike 

Edwin Perry 

Caleb Holbrook 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Granville C. Fiske, ch. 
Fred W. Ray 
Carey F. Abbott 

Supt.— A. R. Lewis, Hopkinton 

Prin. High School- 
Victor Thompson 

Prin. Grammar School- 
Carrie L. Parcell 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ash Sifter Mfr.— Cary F. Abbott 
Auctioneers— Abner Greenwood 

Ezra Morse 

George Tidsbury 
Baker— Melvin E. Whittemoro 
Blacksmiths— John Cody 

H. H. Piper 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
James O'Brien 

A. \V. Tourtelott 
Boot and Shoe Maker— 

E. Wakefield 
Boot and Shoe Mfrs.— 

Charles S. Brewer & Co. 
Carpenters— Thomas Conley 

C A. Davis 

C. F. Davis 

C. O. Metcalf 



Gllman Stiles 
Carriage Mfr.— Robert A. Taggart 
Cider Makers — Joseph Booth 

David Robinson 
Clergymen and Churches — 

, First Baptist 

George W. Lawrence, First Cong. 

Daniel J. Splaine, St. Cecilia R. C. 

E. H. Tunnicliffe, Methodist 
Clothing Dealers— 

A. A. Coburn & Son ^ 

Coal and Wood — John A. Holbrook' 
Confectionery and Fruit — 

Jerome Catanzano 

W. F. Merritt 
Dressmakers— Miss S. Burgess 

Nellie Connelly 

Mary Tierney 
Drngftist— W. G. Whittemore 
Dry Goods— A. A. .Coburn & Son 
Expresses — Adams Express Co. 

American Express Co. 

United States Express Co. 
Fish Dealers — Jones Bros. 
Grocers— C. W. Enslin 

J. E. Woods 
Hairdressers — James C. Metcalf 

George G. Orton 
Hardware Dealers- 
Perry, Enslin & Co. 
Harness Maker — James O'Brien 
Hotels — Central, Joseph Morrissette, prop. 

Scott's, William A. Scott, prop. 
Ice Dealer— David Corbett 
Insurance Auent — G. T. Higley 
Justices of the Peace- 
Henry Hogan 

George T. Higley 

J. Newton Pike 

Albert H. Ray 
Lawyers- George T. Higley 

Henry Hogan 
Miles F. Morse 
Iiihrary— Ashland Public Library, Ella 

F. Wiggins, lib. 
Liquor Dealer— 

E. J. Tierney (wholesale) 
Music Teacher — Emma J. Pierce 
Newsdealer— William F. Merritt 
Newspapers — Ashland Tribune (week- 
ly), Tribune Publishing Co., pubs. 
Ashland Advertiser (weekly) Middlesex 
Newspaper Co. pubs. South Framing- 
ham 
Notary Puhlic — George T. Higley 
Oil Dealer— Jame3 H. Cole 
Painters— C. M. Brooks 

George T. Jones 

C. H. Spooner 
Physicians— William C. Barry 
Gardner C. Pierce 
Daniel G. Trembly (Eel.) 
Picture Frame Mfr.— 

E. R. Carpenter 
Post Office and Postmaster — 
Asjiland— William II. Twlss 



Pi I PI If* flCCKf*!*^^ ^ 



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us the information in this Book affords. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



ASHLANB—Continued. 

Printers— Ray Bros. 
Produce Dealers — Jones Bro» 
Stables— William A. Scott 
George E. Thayer 



Stoves, Furnaces and Tin- 
ware—Perry, Enslin & Co. 
Thread Mfrs.— American Thread Co. 
Undertakers-H. F. Ball 

Caleb Holbrook 
Welt Mfrs.— 'Checkering Bros. 
Wood Dealer— Joseph Booth 



ATHOL. 



In Worcester Co., 44 m. northwest of Worcester, 82 m. west of Boston on 
Fitchburg It. R., and at terminus Athol Br. of B. & A. R. R. Inc. March 0, 
1762. Pop. 7, t %4. 

Villages— Athol Center, Sputh Athol, Eaglesville, rartridgeville, Ricevllle, 
Wheelerville. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Selectmen— W. H. Mellen, chairman 
Clerk— George M. Faye 
Selectmen— James L. Hunt, ch. 

Calvin Haskell, A. Center 

Herbert L. Hapgood, A. Center 

Auditor— Fred W. Lord 
Treasurer— Henrie C. Fay 
Collector— Emmett L. Worrick 
Assessors— Charles A. Carruth, ch. 

Otho F. Amsden 

Herbert S. Goddard 
Overseers Poor— W. D. Smith, ch. 

Albert W. Tyler 

Henry Gray, 
Constables— John Killoy 

Edgar L. Wilder, 

Charles F. Smith 
Surveyors of Highways- 
James L. Hunt 

H. L. Hapgood, 

Calvin Haskell, 
Supt. Streets— Calvin Haskell 
Sinking Fund Commissioners- 
Thomas H. Goodspeed 

W. D. Smith 

William D. Luey 
Sewer Commissioners — 

Lilley B. Caswell 

William D. Luey 

Herbert L. Hapgood, 
Cemetery Commissioners — 

Andrew J. Hamilton 

William W. Fish 

Hiram C. Dunton 

Dr. James Oliver, 

L. M. Well man. 
Board Health— 

W. A. Brown, M. 

L. B. Caswell 

Edgar L. Wilder, 



A. Center 
A. Center 



A. Center 
A. Center 



A. Center 



Center 
Center 



D., ch. 



A. Center 
Chief Fire Dept.— Arthur F. Tyler 

Public Schools. 

Committee— 

C. A. Chapman, ch., A. Center 

George D. Bates 

W. D. Luey 

Ellen M. BteeJow 

Pr. Hiram IT. Burns, A. Confer 

Dr. Jn rites Oliver, A. Center 

Supt.— W. Scott Ward 
Prin. High School— F. C. Avery . 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Accountant— Timothy J. Sullivan 
Agricultural Implements- 
George H. Cragln, A. Center 

Henrie C. Fay 

Samuel Lee, A. Center 

C. F. Paige & Co. 
Architect— Lucius L. Bridge 
Auctioneers — Oscar J. Bigelow 

Eugene E. Fairbanks 

George Mountain 
Bakers — Frank E. Davis 

"William B. Hubley, A. Center 

George R. McRae 
Band— Starrett's Band 
Banks— Athol Co-operative Bank, C. F. 
Richardson, sec. 

Athol National Bank, Charles A. Chap- 
man, cash., A. Center 

Athol Savings Bank, W. B. Luey, treas. 

Miller's River National Bank, William 
D. Luey, cash. 
Bath Rooms— John "W. Donavan 
Bicycle Dealers— W. A. Beaman 

Bicycle Exchange, Brehans & Hobson, 
props. 

Henrie C. Fay 

C. F. Richardson & Son 

Walter L. Whitney 

Edgar V. "Wilson 
Bill Poster— Albert. Ellsworth 
Billiard Table Mfrs.— 

J. Wesley Goodman's Sons 
Billiard Rooms— Aldrich & Connor 

The Commercial 

S. A. Elmore 

Rodney A. Taber 

Samuel J. Hall, A. Center 

Leon A. Moore 

F. E. REED, Commercial House. See 
adv. 
Blacksmiths- 
Ezra O. Bradford, A. Center 

Fred R. Cobb 

Henry H. Coolidge 

Isaac J. Dodd, A. Center 

Frank A. Gates, A. Center 

Hamlet Bros. 

Wayland J. Howard 

Finlay McRae, A. Center 

Joseph Remi 

Levi C. Sawin 

Joseph D. Snow 
Board of Trade— Athol Board of 

Trade, Lucion Lord. sec. 
Boa riling House — 

Mrs. S. S. Cleveland 
Book Binder— The Cottager Co. 



PUBLIC UEl 



Appreciate the value of Information. They are quick 
to avail themselves of such sources as tho 

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Booksellers and Stationers- 
John H. Humphrey, A. Center 

Longley & Oliver 

Walter L. Whitney 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
George H. Cleveland 

Azor S. Davis 

Charles II. Foster, A. Center 

Joseph H. Holton, A. Center 

Longley & Oliver 

.Frank G. Lord 

Walter S. Pratt 

Harry O. Tourville 
Boot and Shoe Makers- 
Samuel R. Bissoll 

Francis R. Bruce, A. Center 

George M. Cummings 

Azor S. Davis 

C. A. Houghton 

William F. Pond, A. Center 

Walter S. Pratt 

Matthew H. Ruhland 

Daniel C. Townsley, South A 

Boot and Shoe 3Ifrs.— 

Charles H. Foster, A. Center 

Hill & Greene 

Charles M. Lee's Sons 
Bottlers— Albert Ellsworth 

Andrew Funk 
Bowling Alley — 

Young Men's Christian Association 
Box Makers— 

Athol Paper Box Co. (paper) 

George S. Brewer (wood), A. Center 

Diamond Match Co. (shooks) 

Henry H. Rice (wood), South A. 

Stratton Bros. & Co. (wood) 
Brokers— Eugene C. Gaynor (loan) 

Metropolitan Stock Exchange, Arthur F. 
Conant, man. 

Hollls M. Slate (loan) 

Edgar V. Wilson (loan) 
Carpenters— Charles Burdick 

Joseph L. Dexter 

Edward Fredette 

William Hamilton 

Frederick A. Haskins 

Asa G. Latham 

John H. Lord 

Asa Newell 

George A. Tolman 

Frank C. Woodward 
Carpet Cleaners— Wallace Lord 

Levi C. Saw in 
Carriage Makers— Nilse P. Benson 

Henry H. Coolidge 

Frank A. Gates, 

Levi C. Sawin 

Joseph D. Snow 

John W. White 
Cereal Mt'r.— Gustave Lind 
Cider Makers- 
Hiram A. Bancroft, 

George H. Cragin, 
Cigar Mt'r.— Athol 'Cigar Co. 
Cigars and Tobacco- 

S. A. Elmore 
Garbarino & Garbarino 

Samuel J. Hall, 
Fred W. Lord 
Rodney A. Taber 
Civil Engineer and Surveyor— 

Lllley B. Caswell 
Clergymen and Churches — 

Rolla G. Bugbee. First Cong., A. Center 

L. P. Causey, Methodist 
Carl G. Horst, Second Unitarian 
Albert C. Johnson, Advent 
• Edward F. Martin, St. Catherine's R. C. 

J, N. Shlpman, First Baptist 



A. Center 



A. Center 
A. Centei 



A. Center 



Charles J. Shrimpton, St. John' Epis. 
James Sutherland, Methodist, South A. 
Silas W. Sutton, Unitarian. A. Center 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 
,Mrs. Martha C. Aitkin (Un.) 
Francis B. Knowlton 
Daniel M. Rogan (Un.), A. Center 
Clothing Dealers— Amsden Bros. 
Athol Clothing Co., II. C. Barrus, man. 
F. F. Davis 

Esterman & Michel man 
W. E. Russell & Co. 
Coal and Wood- 
Edmund Moore, A. Center 

Potter &. Co. 

Fred M. Southland, A. Center 

Albert W. Tyler & Co (coal) -» 

Confectionery and Fruit — 

Augustine Garbarino 

Garbarino & Garbarino 

Franklin McNay 
Contractors— 

Brehans & Hobson (electric) 
Conveyancer — Enoch T. Lewis 
Cotton Warp Mfrs.— 

Bennett & Van Valkenberg 
Crockery and Glassware— 

Loriston K. Amsden 

H. C. Dunton & Co. 

James Whittaker 
Dentists— 

Zenas R. Luce, A. Center 

Nathan S. Marshall 

Charles E. Smith 

Horace C. Smith 

L. Clarence Tolman 
Door, Sash and Blinds— 

Arthur F. Tyler 

White & Raymond, A. Center 

Dressmakers- 
Mrs. Alfred E. Barrows, A. Center 

Mrs. L. S. Billings 

Mrs. S. J. Birch 

Mrs. S. R. Bissell 

Mrs. F. C. Bridges 

Eliza J.»Corvln 

Mrs. Henry Drury 

Hattie M. Ellis 

Mary E. Falis 

Lizzie E. Garfield, A. Center 

Ella Gleason 

Lillian C. Goodrich 

Mrs. Fred R. Hanson 

Mrs. Frank M. Judkins 

Mary A. Kelly 

Mrs. Edward C. Kendall, A. Center 

Hattie M. Moore 

Mrs. J. A. Nickerson 

Mary E. Pixley 

Gertrude Preble, A. Center 

Martha J. Pribble 

Edna L. Pulsifer 

Mrs. W. E. Scully 

Emma C. Smith 

Inez O. Spear 
Druggists— Henry Arsenault 

William A. Burton 

William Hobbs 

Henry M. Humphrey, A. Center 

Fred W. Lord 

Converse Ward 
Dry Goods — E. Denny & Co. 

Frank S. Parmonter 

William R. Pierson 

Charles I. Rice 

Albert R. Tower 
Eaves Troughs and Conduct- 
ors—William C. Fisher 



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This Book is oue of the handiest Tools in a 
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ATHOL— Continued. 

Electric Lifflit Co.— Athol Gas & 

Electric Co., Fred R. Davis, supt. 
Electrical Supplies—" 

Athol Electrical Co. 
Extract ami Essence Mfr.— 

Edward J. Hayden, A. Center 

Expresses— American Express Co. 

National Express Co. 

Petersham and Athol, George A. Gibbs. 
prop. 

Petersham and Athol, Frank Kelton, 
prop. 
Fancy Goods~Spaight Sisters 

Spaight Sisters & Co., "• A. Center 

Fertilizers- 
George H. Cragin, ■ A. Center 
Fish Dealers— William G. Fuller 

Charles S. Lamb 

William L. Thrower, A. Center 

Florists— Mrs. William H. Mellen 

Charles W. Sibley 

James Sutherland, Jr. 
Flour and Grain — 

George W. Boutell 

Wallace Lord 

Potter & Co. 

Sykes, Hodge & Arnold Co. 

Charles H. Tyler 
Furniture Dealers— 

Loriston K. Amsden 

H. C. Dunton & Co. 
"Charles F. Gage 
Furniture 31 frs.— Eagle Furniture Co. 

L. Morse & Sons. A. 'Center 

Gas Co.— Athol Gas & Electric Co., Fred 

R. Davis, supt. 
Gas Machines— Brehans & Hobson 
Grist Mills- 
George W. Boutell, A. Center 

Wallace Lord 
Grocers— Frank H. Ball 

L. Bosworth & Son 

O. T. Brooks & Co. 

Richard I. Davis 

Fred H. Fay, 

H. C. Hamilton & Son 

Edgar H. Locke 

William D. Mellen 

Newton & Call, 

S. P. Raymond & Co. 

Amos Smith, 

William H. Snow, 

George W. Stevens, 

John M. Temple 

Charles H. Tyler 

Joseph W. White 
Hairdressers— Henry H. 

John W. Donovan 

Edwin T. Hanson 

Frank C. Hastings, 

'Cornelius Leonard 

Joseph T. Novell (ladies') 

William E. Smith 
Halls— Academy of Music, capacity 950 

Athol Opera House, capacity 8U0 

G. A. R. Hall, capacity 350 

Star Hall, capacity 400 

Town Hall, capacity 500 

Tyler's Hall, capacity 400 
Handle Maker — 

Alfred E. Barrows, A. Center 

Hardware Dealers — Henrie C. Fay 

Samuel Lee, A. Center 

C. F. Paige & Co. 

Cyrus E. Smith 
Harness M frs.— Harding R. Barber 
Osmond H. Casavant, A. Center 



A. Center 



A. Center 

Ricevllle 
South A. 
A. Center 



Brown 



A. Center 



Horace Jennison, A. Center 

Hat Mfr.— Benjamin H. Adams 

Hay and Straw- 
Fred H. Fay, A. Center 
Levi B. Fay 
Wallace Lord 

Newton & Call. A.Center 

Potter & Co. 

Henry H. Rice. South A. 

Sykes, Hodge & Arnold 

Horse Clippers — John L. Earl 
Edward D. Mellen 

Horse Furnishing Goods- 
Harding R. Barber 



THE COMMERCIAL 

ATHOL, MASS. 



Has All Modern Improvements, includ- 
ing Gas, Electric Lights, Steam Heat, 
Bath Rooms. Local and Long Distance 
Telephone. Sample Rooms and Billiard 
Parlors. 

F. E. t^EED, PPop. 



Hotels— Athol House, Milton O. Perham, 
prop. 

City Hotel, Edward A. Chase, man. 

THE COMMERCIAL, Frank E. 
Reed, prop. See adv. 

Exchange street House, Frank H. Ball, 
prop. 

Pequoig House, Lucien Lord, prop. 

Summit House, Henry N. Dyke, prop.. 
A. Center 

Sunnyside^ House, Mrs. S. L. Metcalf. 
prop. 

Windsor House. Frank H. Ball, prop. 
Ice Cream Mfr. — Franklin McNay 
Ice Dealers- 
Albert E. Litchfield. A. Center 

Edmund Moore, A. Center 

Cornelius Quinlan 
Insurance Agents- 
Augustus Coolid^e (fire and life) 

Thomas H. Goodspeed (fire), A. Center 

Andrew J. Hamilton 

Daniel P. Kimball (fire and life) 

John L. King (life) 

Arthur H. Lyman (fire and accident) 

G. R. Paise 

Parke B. Swift (fire and accident) 
Jewelers and Watchmakers— 

Levi Bosworth 

George O. Foye & Son 

H. Lester Horton, A. Center 

Wayne M. Reed 

George W. Rickey, A. Center 

Perley L. Smith 

Charles A. Thomas 
Justices of the Peace— 

R. Harlow Back 

Robert E. Beecher 

Lilley B. Caswell 

Charles IT. Davis 

Frederick R. Davis 

Roswell L. Doane 

Othello A. Fay, A. Center 

Sereno E. Fay, A. Center 






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A. Center 
A. Center 
A. Center 
A. Center 



H. Drury 



A. Center 



A. Centei 



ATHOL—Contlnued. 

Charles H. Forbes (Horn.) 

Harrie M. Gardiner 

Garrett B. Larkeque (Eel.) 

James Oliver, 

Henry R. Thayer (Horn.), 

Oren S. Wheeler (Mag.), 

William F. Whitman (Clair.). 
Pin.no Tuners— George W. Holden 
. Albert E. Williams 
Planing Mills— Stratton Bros. & Co 

Arthur F. Tyler 
Plumbers— Clarence M. Briggs 

Thomas M. Lomis 

John H. McDonald 

Ansel T. Ward 
Pocket book: Mfrs.— Bates - Bros. Co. 
Post OHices and Postmasters— 

Athol— Harding R. Barber 

Athol Center— John H. Humphrey 

South Athol— William H. Snow 
Printers— Athol Printing Co. 

The Cottager Co. 

Frank W. Gourlay 

Transcript Printing Co. 
Provision Dealers— A. 

George S. Drury 

Fred H. Fay, 

John E. Goodnew 

H. D. Hamilton & Son 

Henry W. Harris 

Charles H. Hayden, 

Lucius C. Herrick 

William L. Swan 
Publishers— Athol Printing Co. 

W. H. Brock & Co. 

The Cottager Co. 
Pump Mfrs.— Athol Pump Co. 
Ragr Duster Mfrs.— 

George Gerry & Son 
Real Estate Agents— 

Lilley B. Caswell 

George H. Cook 

Augustus Coolidge 

Othello Fay, 

Abijah Hill 

Lucie n Lord 

Lord & Luey 

Arthur H. Lyman 

Eben S. Proctor 

Hollis M. Slate 
Regulator Mfrs. 
Restaurants- 
Hiram S. Angell (lunch wagon) 

S. A. Elmore 

George R. McRae 
Roofers— W. C. Fisher 

A. V. Fletcher 

Henry C. Parker 

Ansel T. Ward (metal) 
Rubber Stamp Makers— 

Foy & Derby 
Sash, Doors and Blinds— 

Arthur F. Tyler 
Saw Filing— Levi Bosworth 

Albert Farr 

Albert L. Pike. A. Center 

Gilbert H. Whitney 
Schools — Athol Business College, Grace 



A. Center 



-Cheney Mfg. Co 



M. Armltage (shorthand and typewrit- 
ing) 
Screen Door Mfrs.— 

White & Raymond. A. Center 

Scroll Sawing— 

George E. Brewer, A. Center 

Sewing Machine Dealers — 

L. A. Smith 

John E. Woodis 
Silk Thread 31 fr.— Daniel E. Adams 
Sporting Goods Dealers— 

W. A. Beaman 

Henrie C. Fay 

James A. Holton, A. Center 

Walter L. Whitney 
Stables— Lewis S. Billings 

Roswell L. Doane 

George H. Dodge, A. Center 

John L. Earle 

Levi B. Fay 

Charles E. Marsh. A. Center 

C. Warren Moore 

Alonzo P. Richardson 

George P. Underwood, A. Center 

Stage Iii nes— Athol to North Orange. 

George P. Underwood, prop. 
. Athol to Petersham, E. Frank Kelton, 
prop. 

Philllpston to Athol, 'Charles E. Marsh, 
prop. 
Stoves and Tinware- 
George Mountain 

Clifford II. Smith, A. Center 

Cyrus E. Smith 
Tailors— Richard G. Davidson 

Leander A. Smith 
Teamsters— Charles F. Blgelow 

John M. Drew 

George E. Hill 

Edward Moore, A. Center 

Charles W. Wilson 
Ticket Agents— Frank W. Derby 

George Mountain 
Tool Mfrs.— Athol Machine Co. 

C. F. Richardson & Co. 

The L. S. Starrett Co. 
Undertakers— H. "C. Dunton & Co. 

Willard Hager, A. Center 

Upholsterers— Charles F. Gage 

Melvin Underwood 
Variety Stores — George Mountain 

James Whittaker 
Veterinary Surgeons — 

Horace Jennison, A. Center 

Edward D. Mellen 

Oscar F. Stearns 
Water AVorks— Athol Water Co., War- 
ren G. West, supt. 
Wood Dealers— Theodore H. Arno 

Anthony Degg 

John M. Drew 

Hunt & Ashford 

Edmund Moore, 

Jerry Rivers 
Wood Turner — H. 
Woolen Mfrs.— 

Mrs. S. J. Handy, South A. 

William H. Kauffman, Fryvlllo 

Miller's River Mfg. Co. 

E. E. Partridge 



A. Center 
Marshall Peckharo 



ATTLEBORO. 



In Bristol Co., 32 m. southwest of Boston, on Prov. Div., and 11 m. north- 
west of Taunton on Taunton Div. Old Colony Svs. ; electric railways to North 
Attleboro. Attleboro Falls. Itobinsouviile, Doutfevillc, Ilebronville and Paw- 
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Villages — Dodgeville, Hebronville, Briggs' Corner, Farmers, . Fisherville. 
Bearcroft, Deantown, Mechanics, South Attleboro. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 
Annual town meeting first Monday in 



March. 
Clerk— John T. Bates 
Selectmen— William H. Goff 

George A. Sweeney 

William N. Goff, Hebronville 

Auditors— B. F. Lindsey 

Fred G. Mason 

Frederick L. Le Baron 
Treasurer— T. J. Bates 
Collector — Harry E. Carpenter 
Assessors — Jos. O. Mowry, 

William II. Goff 

Alonzo N. Brownell 
Overseers Poor— Elijah II. Read, ch. 

William H. Goff 

George B. Fittz 
Constables— Seth R. Briggs (civil) 

Walter C. Dix 

Peter Chartler 

George F. Ide, Hebronville 

John H. Nerney 

James A. Emhoff 

Elijah R. Road (civil) 

Charles E. Riley 

Horatio Briggs, Briggs' Corner 

Supt. Streets— William H. Goff 
Water Commissioners — Geo. A. Dean 

George H. Snell 

William M. Stone 
Board Health— Chas. S. Holden, ch. 

George K. Roberts 

Charles E. Bliss 
Night Police— I. M. Inman 

Robert Harris 
Chief Fire Dept.— Hiram R. Packard 
Park Commissioners- 
Charles A. Keeler 

Charles M. Robbins 

Herbert A. Clark 
Sinking Fund Commissioners- 
Everett S. Horton 

Charles E. Bliss 

Frank I. Babcock 

Public Schools. 

Committee— C. E. Bliss, chairman 

J. Harry Holden 

Dr. Laura V. G. Mackie 

A. Francis Walch 

Benjamin P. King 

Miss L. P. Beers 

Everett L. Capron 

William H. Garner, 

Orville P. Richardson 
Supt.— J. O. Tiffany 
Prin. High School— Chas. P. Barnes 
Prin. Grammar School- 
Henry W. Hall 



Dodgevllle 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

-Agricultural Implements - 

E. A. Brigss & Co. 
James W. Gifford & Co. 
Q. A. Sweeney 
Auctioneers— George W. Llvuey 
L- M. Stanley 

CATALOGUE PRINTING * 



Bakers— Mrs. J. R. Handy 

Nathan H. Read 
Baud — Attleboro Brass Band, Thomas C. 

Heywood, leader 
Banks — Attleboro Savings & Loan Asso- 
ciation, John T. Bates, treas. 

First National, H. M. Daggett, cash. 

Attleboro Co-operative Bank. H. E. Car- 
penter, sec. 
Bicycle Dealers — 

J. W. Gifford 

J. R. Enborn 

E. C. Pike 
Billiard Rooms — Louis H Cooper 
Blacksmiths— 

Everett Baker, Hebronvilla 

Daniel F. Baker. Hebronville 

Frank H. Bonney 

Judathan Fuller, Dodgeville 

G. D. King & Son 

Jacob Klebes 

Walter B. Sadler, South A. 

John W. Simpson 

G. H. Snell 

Eugene L. Woodward, Briggs' Corner 

Booksellers— S. P. Clark & Co. 
Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
Patrick J. Cooney 

Enterprise Shoe Co. 

San Soucl Shoe Store 
Boot and Shoe Makers- 
Frank Gates 

John Hoye 

Samuel Lavin 

Bernard McGuire 

Patrick McBride 

Peter McDonald 
Box Makers— A. H. Babcock (paper) 

Mason Box Co. (paper) 
Button Mfrs.— J. C. Cummings & Co. 
Carpenters— M. F. Ashley 

Jesse D. Bates 

A. N. Bmwnell 

John -A. Courtney 

Malcom Currie 

George F. Goe 

W. H. Goff 

Grant Bros. 

Jerome Patterson 

Herbert E. White & Co. 
Carpet Cleaners — Attleboro Steam 
Carpet Cleaning Works 

C. F. Waugh Co. 
Carriage 3Ifrs.— 

Darius Briggs, Briggs' Corner 

G. H. Snell 
Carriage Repositories— 

E. C. Pike 
Chaser— Joseph B. Ellis 
tider Maker — 

Henry C. Read, Hebronville 

Cigars and Tobacco- 

W. J. Doyle 

Louis H. Cooper 

John E. Trainor 
Civil EuKineers-K, Hyde 

W. J. Luther 
Clergymen and Churches- 
Alexander Anderson, Hebron Methodist, 
Hebronville 

Frederick D. Blake. Baptist 

J. Harry Holden, Murray Unlversallst 

, Second Cone- 

— ( Davis Centenary Methodist 



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ATTLEBORO— Continued. 

P. S. McGee, St. Stephen's R. C. 

Dodgeville 

George H. Morse, Zlon A. M. E. 

John O'Connell, St. John's R. C. 

Thomas Rowe. Hebron Union. Baptist, 

Ilebrouville 

James L. Tryon, All Saints' Epis, 

Thomas Tyrie, Methodist 

John Whitehill, First Cong., South A. 
UNSETTLED CLEKGYWOMAN. 

Mrs. Ellen G. Gustin 
Clothing: Dealers— S. B. Jacobs 

J. P. Mowry 

A. F. Walch 
Coal and Wood— Geo. L. Adams 

Hebron Coal Co., Hebronville 

Pierce & Carpenter 

Charles H. Sturdy (estate) 
Collin Triinming Mfrs.— 

William D. Wllmarth & Co. 
Concrete I'avers- 

Attleboro Concrete & Roofing Co. 
Confectionery and Fruit- 
Patrick Cosgrove 

W. J. Doyle 

Nellie Whittaker & Co. 
Confectionery Mfr.-A. P. Vaka 
Contractor— Everett O. Dexter 
Cotton Goods Mfrs.— 

Hebron Mfg. Co. (sheet. ngs), Hebronville 
Dentists— W. L. Elliott 

A. C. Mair 

H. S. Robinson 
Dressmakers— Mrs. Annie Briggs 

Fannie L. Nye 

Mrs. Alice S. Perry 
Druggists— S. P. Clarke & Co. 

Marshall S. Mead 

George I. Simpson 
Dry Goods— William T. Hawnes 

Charles B. Jenks 

Arthur B. Smith 
Dyers- 
James Orr, South A. 

R. Wolfenden & Sons 
Electrie Liglit Co.— Attleboro Steam 
& Electric Co., Edgar Tregoning, supt. 
Enameled Work.— Edward T. Bright 

W. E. Dunham 

A. L. Leavitt & Co. 
Expresses— Earle & Prew's Express 

Bowman" s Providence & Attleboro Exp. 

Swift's Providence & Attleboro Exp. 
Fisli Dealers— L. H. Eldrldge 

A. N. Thurber 
Florists— Elmer E. King 

Henry C. Mahler, South A. 

Edward A. Whitney, South A. 

Flour and Grain— E. A. Briggs & Co. 
Gas Company — Attleboro Gas Light 

Co., E. S. Capron, supt. 
General Store — 

Hebron Mfg. Co., Hebronville 

Grist Mill— E. A. Brings & Co. 
Grocers— Albert H. Angell 

L. Z. Carpenter 

Dodgeville Store, Dodgeville 

William J. Frenler, Hebronyille 

George T. Holmes 

Kenlston & Co. 

George A. Monroe 

Nerney & Co. 

Frank Shaw 

George L. Stoddard & Co. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



THIS BOOK 



Contains the 
business Directory 



William Walker 

Emily Yulll 
Hairdressers— J. Peter Auclair 

H. H. Chase 

J. Duchaine 

Arthur Gibault 

Charles F. Schneider 
Hall — Bates Opera House, capacity 1006, 

J. M. Bates, prop. 
Hardware Dealers — 

Nahum Perry & Co. 
Harness Makers— Walter E. Fiske 

Edward H. Frink 
Hotels— Briggs, S. R. Brings, prop. 

Central House, John D. Chllson, prop. 

Opera Hotel, Everett W. Eddy, prop. 

Park Hotel, Everett W. Eddy, prop. 
House Furnisliinf? Goods — 

George A. Sweeney 
Ice Dealers — Oliver Lavallee 

W. L. Manchester 

John Thacher 

W. A. Vickery 
Insurance Agents— Geo. J. Kelley 

George W. Llvsey 

O. P. Richardson 

Aphia G. Tillson 
Jewelry Mfrs.— C. H. Allen & Co. 

Allen, Smith & Thurston 

Attleboro Mfg. Co. 

Bates & Bacon 

James E. Blake & Co. 

Bliss Brothers 

D. F. Briggs & Co. 
George L. Brown & Co. 
A. Bushee & Co. 
Nelson Carpenter 

Carter, Quanstron & Remington 

William A. Cook (jobber) 

J. C. Cummings & Co. 

Daggett & Clapp 

George A. Dean & Co. 

Ransom M. Derick & Co. (jobbers) 

Dolan & Co. 

F. M. Ellis & Co. 

E. A. Fargo 

John M. Fisher & Co. 
Fonteneau, Cummings & Co. 

E. D. Gilmore & Co. 
Grover & Teed 
Hamilton & Co. (jobbers) 
Walter E. Hayward 

O. W. Hawkins & Co. 

W. F. Herring & Co. 

George il, Ilerrlck & Co. (Jobbers) 

Horton, Angell & Co. 

J. T. Innmti &. Co. 

J. W. Luther & Co. 

McDonald & Culver 

Marble, Smith & Forrester 

C. A. Marsh & Co. 

McRae <fc Kecler 

William Nernoy & Co. 

New England Novelty Mfg. Co. 

Regnell, Blgncy & Co. 

Charles M. nubbins 

Robinson & Co.. South A. 

F. H. Su«1l«T & Co. 

Sadler Hi..h.. South A. 

R. F. Simmons & Co. 

Simms & Co. 

Smith (■■ Crosby 

C. E. StnHer & Co. (Jobbers) 

Harrison O. Swift 

Torrey .1-wHry Co. 

Watson Ai Newell 



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ATTLEBORO. 



275 



P. W. Weaver & Co. 

C. A. Wetherell & Co. 
Wheaton, Richards & Co. 

D. A. White & Co. 

W. H. Wilmarth & Co. (Inc.) 

P. E. Witherell 
Jewelers' Supplier- 
George L. Claflin & Co. 

J. W. Luther & Co. 

William P. Shaw & Co., South A. 

Spier & Coles 

D. A. White & Co. 
Jewelers and Watchmakers- 

George H. Herrick 

Arthur G. Slocum 

B. A. Wales 

Justices of the Peace— 

George A. Adams 

Seth R. Briggs 

George W, Livsey 

Philip E. Brady 

George F. Bicknell 

Elijah R. Read 

William P. Shaw, South A 

William J. Luther 

Lyman M. Stanley 

Harry E. Carpenter 

Fred L. Torre y 

John T. Bates 

Orville P. Richardson 
Laundry- George Carlisle 
Lawyers— George A. Adams 

Frank I. Babcock 

Philip E. Brady 

Harry E. Carpenter 
Library— Attleboro Publlo Library. Le- 

titia S. Allen, lib. 
Lumber Dealers- 
Pierce & Carpenter 
Machinists *fc Machinery Mfrs.- 

Howard & Bullough 
Marble Worker-James Kelly 
Masons— Claude L. Bowen 

Everett O. Dexter 

John Eden 

W. M. Fales 

John J. Home 

Almon H. Tucker 
Men's Furnishing Goods— 

Albert M. Everett 

S. B. Jacobs 

J. P. Mowry 
Milliners— A. F. Coughlin 

C. Florence Dolan 
Mrs. E. F. Jameson 
Mrs. L. E. Manchester 
Mrs. Ida F. Wilder 

Music Teachers— George Cash 

Mme. H. B. Tanyane 
Music Ac .Musical Instrument* 

Arthur G. Slocum 
Newsdealer- Louis H. Cooper 
Newspaper- Daily Sun, Sun Pub. Co. 
Props. 

Notaries Public— George A. Adams 

Philip E. Brady 

Elijah R. Read 

Frank I. Babcock 
Nurses— Wm. L. Johnston 

Mrs. Mary E. Kingman 
Opticians— Bay State Optical Co. 
Painters— Daniel E. Adams 

James Bradley 

E. A. Fuller 

Fred E. Goff 

T. G. Hasler 



J.' L. Tobitt & Co. 
Max Uhlig (carriage) 
Paints, Oils and Glass— 

E. A. Fuller 
Fred E. Goff 

J. L. Tobitt & Co. 
Paper Hangings— E. A. Fuller 

J. L. Tobitt & Co. 
Perfumery and Essence Mfr.— 

Joseph Ftnberg 
Photographers— P. L. Carder 

S. M. Holman 

Fred J. Williams 
Physicians— Harry H. Amsden (Horn.) 

Joseph W. Battershall 

Mrs. Mary H. Battershall 

John R. Bronson 

Francis X. Carr 

Willis W. Gleason (Horn.) 

Charles S. Holden 

George Mackie 

Mrs. Laura V. G. Mackie 

George K. Roberts 

F. J. Russell 
Edward Sanford 

James M. Solomon (Spec.) 

Plumbers— J. H. Dillon 
J. W. Gifford & Co. 
Charles F. Holmes & Co. 
George R. Vanier 

Post Oliices and Postmasters— 
Attleboro— J. A. Thayer 
South Attleboro — John F. Head 
Hebronville — Joseph V. Curran 
Dodgeville— C. S. Jones 

Printers— Attleboro Press Co. 

Provision Dealers- 
Clarence S. Atwell 
Orvllle Balcom (agt.) 

E. M. Brtgham 
Seneca Cole 

G. W. Livsey 
8. Tooker 

F. A. Witherell 

Real Estate Agents— 
George F. Bicknell 
George W. Livsey 

Refiners and Smelters^— 
Slade & Whipple 

Restaurants- 
Nettie A. Kingman & Co. 
Nathan H. Read 

Shuttle Mfrs.— 
W. Blacklnton & Sons 

Silver and Gold Platers— 
A. S. Ingraham 
D. E. Makepeace 

Silversmiths— Watson & Newell Co. 

Stables— F. H. Capron 
W. E. Middleton 
Pike & Shaw 

Stencil Cutters- 
Charles Dahlgren 
Spier & Coles 

Stoves and Tinware- 
Irving M. Gay 
J. W. Gifford & Co. 
Charles F. Holmes 
Nahum Perry & Co. 

Tailors— John R. Curry 
D. F. Hawkins 
A. F. Walch 

Tanners and Curriers- 
William Coupe & Co., South A. 

Undertakers— Daniel H. Smith 
Lyman M. Stanley 



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ATTLEBORO— Continued. 

Variety Stores— James H. Gray 

P. H. Perry & Co. 

John Daily. Dodgevllle 

Veterinary Snrffeon- 

Jacob Klebes 
Watch Material 3Ifrs. 



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Attieboro Watch Case Pendant Co. 



Water Works— Attieboro Water Wks.. 

L. Z. Carpenter, supt. 
Wneelvrrig; lit— John R. Nelson 
Wire Mfrs.— 

H. M. Williams & Co. (plated) 

AVood Turner- 
Virgil Kent. Hebronvllle 

Wrench Mfrs.- 

Mossberg Wrench Co. 



AUBURN 



In Worcester Co., 5 m. southwest of Worcester, on Norwich & Worcester 
Div. N. E. R. R. Inc. Feb. 17, 1837; taken from town of Ward. Inc. AprirtO, 
1778. Pop. 1,598. 

Villages— Auburn Woolen Mills, Stoneville, West Auburn. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting third Monday 
in March. 

Clerk— Charles E. Prouty 

Selectmen- 
Jos. P. Eaton, chairman, Worcester 
L. N. Stone 
Andrew C. Thayer 

Auditor— J. A. R. Curtis 

Treasurer and Collector- 
Albert M. Phillips 

Assessors— 
S. Payson Perry, ch., Worcester 
L. N. Stone 
William F. Stone 

Overseers Poor— Selectmen 

Constables- 
Asa W. Ward, Worcester 

Highway Commissioner— H. J. Marcy 

Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee — 
Mrs. Julia F. Bancroft, chairman 
J. G. Warren, West A. 

James Cunningham, Worcester 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bee Keeper's Supplies— 

C. E. Prouty 
Blacksmiths— Andrew Halstrom 
George N. Heredeen, West A. 

J. Mathieu 



Boot and Shoe .Makers- 
Robert Sencoskie 
Henry C. Tucker 

Carpenters— Charles A. Stone 
Thomas J. Hennessey, P. O. Jamesville 

Cattle Dealer— Oscar Pond 

Cider and Grist Mill- 
John L. Bronzy 

-Clergymen and Churches— 
Charles M. Pierce, Congregational 
, Stoneville Chapel (R. C.) 

Coal and Wood- C. A. Howe 

Samuel A. Newton, West A. 

Express — Adams Express Co. 

General Stores— A. B. Taft & Co. 

Grocers— Louis Lapradd 
F. A. Perry 

Ice Dealer— N. Faneuf 

Jnstices of the Peace- 
Albert M. Phillips 
Frank H- Weatherhed 

Library— Auburn Free Public Library 
Josie E. Prouty, lib. 

Market Gardeners — J. A. Allen 
A. W. Ward 
A. S. Wolf 

Mason-^Solon P. Gibson 

Physicians— Chas. Hellmich (Horn.) 
W. S. Hincks 

Post Olliees and Postmasters- 
Auburn — Mrs. Annie E. Howe 
West Auburn — Henry C. Tucker 

Rendering Works— 
McQuade Bros., 

Restaurant— Louis Lapradd 

Shoddy .Ml'r- James Hilton 

Soap Mfrs.— McQuade Bros. 

Tanners and Curriers — 
John Warren Sons 

Undertaker— Hosea J. Marcy 

Yarn 31frs. — Stoneville Worsted Co., 

P. O., Worcester 



West A. 



AVON. 



In Norfolk Co., 17 m. south of Boston, 3 m. from Brockton on Plymouth Div. 
Old Colony Sys. N. Y., N. H. & H. li. R.; street railway to Randolph and 
Brockton. Inc. Feh. 21, 1888. Pop. 1,G2G. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Tuesday 

in March. 
Clerk— Mortimer D.Richardson 
Selectmen— George W. Robbins, ch. 

John T. Dolan 

George W. Porter 



Auditors— Harry N. Holbrook 

Michael F. Clark 
Treasurer — O. C. Stockwell 
Collector— Philip O'llara 
Assessors— Selectmen 
Overseers Poor — Selectmen 
Constables— Clarence W. Oliver 

William E. Oliver 



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achusetts; the information is obtained by personal can- 
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Supt. Streets— Selectmen 

Water Commissioners— N. Tucker 

Godfrey Knight 

John J. Collins 
Board Health— Silas S. GIfford 

Wilbur W. Smalledge 

Bernard Dolau 
Chief Fire Dept.— Alva M. Butler 

Pnblic Schools. 
Committee— Samuel L. Crane, ch. 

Silas S. GIfford 

Leroy E. Foster 
Prin. Iligh School— John Carroll 
Prin. Grammar School- 
Archibald Taft 



BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. 

Blacksmiths— J. W. Bowdeii 

B. Collins 

J. D. McDonald Son 
Boot mid Shoe Dealers— 

C. Dorgan 
M. Hunt 
Henry Mason 

Boot and Shoe Mfrs.— 

J. F. Foster & Son 

Lorlng C. Littlefleld 
Batter and Cheese— 

O. F. & J. E. Emery 

W. W. Littlefleld 
Carpenters— John E. Appleby 

George A. Edw.-mis 
Carriage Mfrs.— Bartlett Collins 

J. D. McDonald & Son 
Clergymen and Churches — 

David J. Herlihy, St. Michael's R. C. 

Jephtha M. Olmsted, Baptist 
Coal and Wood- John Mason 

E. P. Noyes 
Drag-jurist— Avon Drug Co. 
Dry Goods— William Taylor 
Express— New York & Boston Despatch 
Florists— Hiram Blanchard 

Thomas H. Thrasher 
Grocers— Frank Bartlett 



Orlando B. Crane 

Eugene Drew 

C. H. Felker & Co. 

Cyrus Littlefleld 

McGonigle & Gill 

William M. Stewart 
Hairdressers — Clark Brothers 

C. P. Luna 
Harness Maker— Ira May 
Hotel — Avon, Donnelly Bros., props. 
Ice Dealer— James II. O'Brien 
Insurance Agent — 

Mortimer D. Richardson 
Justices of the Peace — 

Silas S. Gifford 

Hiram Blanchard 

Ellis A. Lothrop 
Library- 
Avon Public, Harry L Robinson, lib. 
Mason— E. S. Howes 
Music Teachers — W. F. Burrill 

Ellis W. Littlefleld 

Nellie B. Sisk 
NeTVS dealer — Godfrey Knight 
Painters — B. Collins (carriage) 

William H. Crump (house) 

James McDonald (carriage) 
Physicians— Richard A. Elliott 

Silas B. Gifford 

Edwin P. Linfield 
Post Office and Postmaster — 

Avon — Godfrey Knight 
Provision Dealers— O. B. Crane 

John T. Dolan 

J. J. Feeley 

Abijah Otis 
Real Estate Dealer— 

Eupene Drew 
Restaurant — Isaac Beals 

Mrs. Charles Butler 

B. W. Porter 
Stable— George H. Harding 
Stoves 'ami Tinware— 

0. C. Stockwell 
Tailor— Harry Fisher 
Wheel Mfrs.— 

Bay State Wood Rim Co. 
Wheelvvriftvhts — B. Collins 

J. D. McDonald & Son 
Wood Dealers— Porter Brothers 



AYER. 



In Middlesex Co., 36 m. northwest of Boston on F, R. R., also junction So. 
Div. and "Worcester, Nashua & Portland Div. B. & M. R. R. Inc. Feb. 14, 
1871. Pop. 2,101. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

April. 
Clerk— Arthur Fenner 
Selectmen— "William W. Sherwin, ch. 

Elisha D. Stone 

John M. Maloncy 
Auditors— E. W. Carley 

Charles P. Clark 

Joseph P. Mullln 
Treasurer— Elisha D. Stone 
Collector— Charles W. Mason 
Assessors— Henry C. Sherwin, ch. 

Daniel W. Fletcher 

Charles "W. Mason 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— Henry C. Sherwin (civil) 

George M. Crawford (civil) 

James I. Mills 



Thomas Scullev 
Supt. Streets— William W. Sherwin 
Water Commissioners- 
Leonard J. Spaulding 

Arthur Fenner 

William Brown 
Sinking Fund Commissioners — 

William B. Fenner 

Oliver K. Pierce 

William Brown 
Board Health— Wm. N. Cowles 

John E. Parsons 

Henry C. Sherwin 
Chief Police— Thomas Manning 
Chief Fire Dept.— W. C. Parsons 

Public Scliools. 

Committee— B. H. Hartwell, ch. 
George H. Brown 
William N. Cowles 



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DIRECTORY, published uuninilly. 5JJH 

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TAYLiO^ HOUSE, 

Opposite R. R. Station, AYER, MASS. 

B. McCRAIL & CO., Proprietors. 

&J>J» First-Class Sample Room Connected. 



AYER— Continued. 

Supt. Schools— Arthur P. Irving 
Prin. High School— Robert J. Fuller 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneers — Edward Lawton 
Henry C. Sherwin 

Baker— Elexia D. Martell 

Band and Orchestra — Odeon Or- 
chestra, Ulysses S. Burrows, leader 

Banks— First National, Howard B.White, 
cash. 
North Middlesex Savings Bank, Sarah 
T. Tuten, treas. 

Bicycle Dealers- 
Richard S. Henwood 
J. R. Gray & Co. 

Bicycle Rim Mf rs.— K. &C. Mfg. Co. 

Billiard Rooms- James H. O'Brien 

Blacksmiths— E. S. Whltcomh 
Frederick Whitney 

Boot and Shoe Dealers- 
George H. Brown 
Daniel W. Fletcher 

Boot and Shoe Makers— 
H. C. Allerton 
Frank Bird 

Bottlers— Bartholomew McGrall 
Moore Bros. 

Bowling Alley— 
'Charles H. Farnsworth 

Box Maker— Levi W. Phelpi 

Cabinet Maker- 
Edward Q. McCoIlister 

Carpenters— Charles C. B?nnett 
George M. Crawford 
John E. Hosmer 
Louts La Point 

Carriage Repository- 
Frederick B. Felch 

Chemicals— Nashoba Mfg. Co. 

Cider Makers— W. T. Piper & Co. 

Cigars and Tobacco- 
George G. Day 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor- 
Horace C. Hovey 

Clergymen and Churches— 
C. L. Fillebrown, Methodist 
Horace F. Haliett, Congregational 
John W. Roberts. First Unitarian 
Edward H. Ncwbegin, St. Andrew's Epis. 
Patrick J. Sheedy. St. Mary's R. C. 
Fred F. Thayer, Baptist 

Clotbinu: Dealers- 
Boston Clothing House 
George H. Brown 



Daniel W. Fletcher 
Coal and Wood- Patrick H. Hooley 
Confectionery and Fruit— 

Salvatore Bartholomew 
Coopers — Granville Fairbanks 

Augustus Lovejoy 
Dentists— E. Benjamin ButterfieM 

Charles A. Fox 
Dressmakers— Inez Bryant 

Mary Couehlin 

Maggie Maddlgan 

Mrs. J. F. McMahon 
Druggists -J. R. Grey & Co. 

George H. Hill 
Dry Goods — George B. Turner & Son 
Electrician— Martin W. Sargent 
Expresses — American Express Co. 

National Express Co. 
Extract Mfrs.— Ay^r Extract Co. 
Fancy Goods — Sigsbee Co. 
Fish Dealers— Reuben C. Blatchford 

Harlow '& Parsons 

F. George Lufkin 

Hiram H. Phillips 
Florist— George E. Felch 
Flour and Grain— 

J. Cushing & Co. 

F. F. Woodward & Co. 
Furniture Mfrs.— 

W. O. Taylor & Co. 

Levi B. Tuttle 

Walter Wright & Son 
General Stores— 

A. A. Fillebrown & Co. 

L. Sherwin & Co. 
Granite Workers — 

N. A. Spencer & Sons 
Grocers— P. Donlon & Co. 

George F. Kingsbury 

Mullln Bros. 
Hairdressers— Donovan & Messier 

Edward P. Hutchins 

Joseph St. Catarina 
Harness Maker— Silas P. Morgan 
Hotels— Globe, Moore Bros., props. 

TAYLOR DOUSE, Bartholomew Mc- 
Grall & Co., props. See adv. 

Union. Albion S. Vining, prop. 
lee Dealer— Frank S. Pierce 
Insurance Agents — Arthur Fenn:>r 

Patrick H. Hooley 

James J. O'Brien 

George W. Sanderson 

Ellsha D. Stone 
Jeweler and Watchmaker- 
Harry A. Stone 
Junk Dealer — Raymond G. Kllleran 
Justices of tbe l'eace — 

Warren H. Atwood 



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George J. Burns 

Patrick Donlon 

Arthur Penner 

William B. Fenner 

Benjamin H. Hartwell 

Alfred S. Hudson 

Edward Lawton 

John M. Maloney 

William H. Mullln 

D. Chester Parsonn 

William U. Sherwin 

Benjamin Taft 

Peter Tarbell 

George A. Sanderson 

George W. Sanderson 

Levi Wallace 

Henry L. Wilson -. 

Ladies' FurniNhin^ Goods 

Sigsbee & Co. 
Lawyer*— Warren H. Atwood 

George J. Burns 

William W. Clark 

Daniel H. Felch 

Airred S. Hudson 

John M. Maloney 

William H. Mullin 

D. 'Chester Parsons 

George A. Sanderson 

Levi Wallace 

Charles F. Worcester 
Library— Ayer Public Library, May 

Fletcher, lib. 
Liquor Dealers— Moore Br>s. 

Bartholomew MoGrail & Co. 
Locksmith— Charles H. Kennlson 
Lumber Denier— Levi W. Phelps 
Machinist— Edward O. Proctor 
Marble Workers— Charles Allen 

William Crombie 
Masons— Franklin Lawton 

Justin Spaulding 

Abner Wheeler 
Milliners— George L. Davis & Co. 

Cora P. Mills 
Music Teachers— Mrs. F. J. Perry 

Eva Richardson 
Newsdealers— L. Sherwin & Co. 

Frederick Whitney (carriage) 



Newspaper— Turner's Public Spirit 

(weekly), John H. Turner, prop. 
Notaries Public — Warren II. Atwood 

George J. Burns 

D. Chester Parsons 

George Sanderson 
Nurseryman— Hiram D. Evans 
Painters — Samuel F. Farnswortb 

Amos W. Farrar 
Photographer— C. D. Holmea 
Physicians — William N. Cowles 

Benjamin H. Hartwell 

John E. Parsons 
Plumbers— A. A. Fillebrown & 'Co. 

Thomas F. Ryan 

John A. Shaw 

Samuel M. Smith 
Post Ollice and Postmaster— 

Ayer — Orlando P. Robinson 
Preserve IVlfrs. — Ayer Preserving Co. 
Printers— William M. Sargent 

Huntley S. Turner 
Provision Dealers— 

Harlow & Parsons 
Real Estate Agent- 
Edward Lawton 
Restaurants — George G. Day 

Fred M. Jacobs 

W. E. Wood 
Roofer — Charles L. Farnsworth 
Sonp Mfr.— Fred J. Livingston 
Stables — Thomas F. Ward 

Edward A. Whitney 

Alonzo E. Willis 
Stoves and Tinware — 

A. A. Fillebrown & Co. 

John A. Shaw 

Samuel M. Smith 
Tailor— David Cram 
Tanners— Ayer Tanning Co. 
Undertakers— Levi B. Tuttle 

Walter Wright & Son 
Variety Store— William H. Sherman 
Wood Dealers— S. R. Simmons & Co. 
Wood„Tnrners— Ayer Novelty Factory 

Bay State Wood Rim Co. 



BARNSTABLE. 



County seat of Barustabie Co., 75 m. southeast of Boston on Cape Cod Div. 
Old Colony Sys. N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Inc. Sept. 3, 1G39. Pop. 4,055. 

Villages — West Barnstable. Hyannis, Hyannisport, Centerville, Osterville, 
Marston's Mills. Santuit, Cotuit, Craigville, Wianno, South Hyannis. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 
March. 

Clerk— Charles P. Parker, Osterville 

Selectmen— Eben B. Crocker, ch. 
Edgar W. Lovell, Santuit 

Alexander G. Cash, Hyannis 

Auditors— N. B. II. Parker, Hyannis 
Albert P. Edson 
John C. Makepeace, 

Treasurer— C. F. Parker, 

Collector— J. P. II. Bassett, 

Assessors- 
Alexander G. Cash, 
Eben B. Crocker 
Edgar W. T.ovell, 

Overseers Poor- 
Edgar W. Lovell, ch.. 



West B. 

Osterville 

Hyannis 

Hyannis 

Santuit 

Santuit 



Eben B. Crocker 

Alexander G. Cash, Hyannis 

Constables— J. J. Harlow, Santuit 
N. B. Hallett, Centerville 

C. L. Baker, Osterville 

John S. Bearse. Hyannis 

J. P. II. Bassett, Hyannis 

T. F. Phinney, Hyannisport 

C. E. Jenkins, West B. 

Alexander S. Childs, Cotuit 

Ernest S. Bradford, Hyannis 

Charles E. Hinckley, Osterville 

Highway Commissioners- 
Marcus N. Harris 

Everett P. Childs, Centerville 

Wendell P. Nickerson, Cotuit 

Board Health— 
J. Hayden Hlgglns, ch., 

Marston's Mills 



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BARNSTABLE— Continued. 

George W. Doane, Hyannis 

Milliken 

Agent— C. F. Parker, Ostervllle 

Public Schools. 

Committee — 
Benj. F. Sears, ch. 
Jas. H. Jenkins, secretary, West B. 
Edward C. Hinckley, Hyannis 

Supt.— P. W. Kingman, Hyannis 

Prin. High School— 
L. M. Boody, Hyannis 

Prins. Grammar Schools- 
William H. Crocker ~ 
Burtt N. Timbie, West B. 
Alton C. Clnirlnick. Cotuit 
Norman S. McKendrick, Osterville 
Richard W. Ma.rston, Hyannis 
Zemira Baker, Centerville 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Agricultural Implements- 

Myron G. Bradford, 
George B. Lewis, 
Auctioneers — 

Nathan O. Bond, 

Alfred Crocker 

Aaron S. Crosby, 

Gilbert Crocker, 

Alexander G. Cash, 

John J. Harlow, 

James M. Leonard, 

Alex. E. Nickerson, Jr., 

O. F. Robinson, 
Bakers— 

E. A. Baxter, Jr., 

Murphy Bros., 
Bank — First National Bank, 

son, cash. 
Bicycle Dealers— 

E. M. Crosby. 
Daniel Crocker 
Guyer Eicycle Co., 
James M. Leonard, 
Charles W. Magathlin, 
W. F. Nickerson, 

Billiard Rooms- 
Andrew B. Gardner, 
Charles W. Hedge 

F. M. Henderson, 
Emily E. Whelden, 
George E. Williams, 

Blacksmiths— E. S. Carr 
F. S. Kent 

C. A. Moody, West B. 
H. B. Sears. Centerville 
Henry C. Bacon, Hyannis 
John M. Blagden, Hyannis 
Nelson E. Brown, Hyannis 
O. C. Hoxie, Hyannis 
Robinson Weeks. Marston's Mills 
J. M. Leonard, OsterviUe 

Boat Builders— 
Walter F. Carney, Hyannis 

D. & C. H. Crosby, Osterville 
Wilton Crosby, Osterville 
Herbert F. Crosby 

Henry ; C. Lutnbart, Hyannispon 

Boot and Shoe Dealers— 
Handy & Handy. Cotuit 

Eutrene H. Savory, Cotuir 

William H. Bartlett, Hyannis 

Joseph W. Cook, Hyannis 



Hyannis 
Hyannis 

Hyannis 

Centerville 

Cotuit 

Hyannis 

Santuit 

Osterville 

Cotuit 

Hyannis 

Hyannis 

Hyannis 

G. E. Till- 



Osterville 

Hyannis 
Osterville 

Hyannis 
Cotuit 

Centerville 

Hyannis 

Hyannisport 

Osterville 



Boot and Shoe Makers- 


Joseph W. Cook, 


Hyannis 


D. B. Snow, 


Centerville 


Bowling Alley- 




Sherman & Eldridge, 


Hyannla 


Brick Mirs — 




West Barnstable Brick Co., Wpst B. 


Broom Maker— William H. Paine 


Carpenters — Daniel C. 


Crocker 


Leslie F. Jones 




Chester Bearse, 


Centerville 


William S. Lumbert, 


Centerville 


L. G. Baker. 


Cotuit 


C. L. Baxter, 


Cotuit 


E. W. Burrows, 


Cotuit 


B. W. Dottridge, 


Cotuit 


A. C. Savery, 


Cotuit 


Noah Bradford & Sons. 


Hyannis 


Asa Hallett. 


Hyannis 


Lucius K. Payne &. Son, 


Hyannisport 


Paul Sherman, 


Hyannia 


Robert S. Williams <& Son 


, Hyanni3 


J. A. Barnard, 


Hyannisport 


E. W. Linnoll, 


Hyannisport 


E. H. Fuller, 


Marston's Mills 


A. Chadwiek, 


Osterville 


Charles Daniels. 


Osterville 


Carpet Dealers— 




A. P. & E. L. Eagleston 




Julius Howland, 


Hyannis 


Carriage Mfrs.— 




C. 0. Crocker, 


Hyannis 


J. M. Leonard, 


Osterville 


Carriage Repositories— 


F. L. Sturgis, 


Cotuit 


George H. Baxter, 


Hyannis 


Frank L. Clifford, 


Hyannis 


Chemicals- 




Orange Chemical Co. (acids), Cotuit 


Clergy m en and Chu 


relies — 


Eugene M,. Antrim, Methodist. Osterville 


, Unitarian 




Robert Bennett, Baptist, 


Hyannis 


Charles A. Ereck, Union, 


Cotuit 



, Methodist, Marston's Mills 

, First Cong., Centerville 

Edgnr B. 'French, First Cong., West B. 
B. H. Weston, Congregational, 

Centerville 

— , Universalist, Hyannis 

Wheeler, First Cong., Hyannis 
Livingston, First Baptist, Oster- 



E. C. 
B. T. 

ville 



L'NSETTLTCD CLERGYMAN. 
R. Goodspeed, Methodist, 



Oster- 



James 
ville 

Clothing Dealers- 
Louis Avenooski, Hyannia 
George J. Miller. Hyannia 

Coal and Wood- 
Daniel P. Burchy, W. B. 
Heman B. Chase & Sons, Hyannia 
T. Crocker <fc Sons, Hyannis 
B. W. Dottrldtre. Cotuit. 
Frank P. Hallett. HyannU 
Hull & Burt, Hyannia 
F. L. Scudder, Osterville 
Eben B. Smith 

Confectionery and Fruit— 
S. H. Hallett, ConUrville 

H. H. Biker & Son, Hyannis 

Bowes Bros., Hyannia 

Cooper— A. D. Makepeace. West B. 

Crockery and Glassware — 

George B. Lewis, Hyannia 

Dancing Teacher— Ellsha B. Fish 

Dentists— 
E. C. Hinckley, Hyannis 

Ed. W. Matthews 



PRINTING 



Of anything that can be printed. 

F. S. Blanchard & Co., Worcester. 



BARNSTABLE. 



281 



Doors, Sash and Blinds— 


Hotels — Barnstable, M 


rs. Bangs, prop. 


J. K. & B. Sears &. Co., 


South Hyannis 


Iyanough House, Thomas H. Soule, 


Drcssm nicer s— 




prop., Hyannis 




Sarah H. Bault, 


Osterville 


Palmer, William R. 


Sturgis, prop.. 


Lizzie Carley, 


Centerville 


Craigvllle 




Minnie Cammett. 


Osterville 


Pines, John A. Morse, 


prop., Cotuit 


Mrs. B. Chase 




Santuit. James Webb, 


prop., Cotuit 


Mrs. B. Coleman, 


Hyannis 








, prop., riyaunis-* 


Mary Crowell, 


Hyannis 


port 




Rose Linnell, 


Hyannis 


'Cotacheeset, Mrs. T. 


H. Ames, prop., 


Julia Stevens, 


Hyannis 


Osterville 




Druissists— 




Crosby, Airs. H. S. Crosby, prop., Oster- 


Arthur C. Gayer, 


Hyannis 


ville 




C. W. Magathlin. 


Hyannis 


Hallet, Mrs. E. Welde 


a, prop., Hyannls- 


Dry Goods Denlers- 




port 




Edith Crosby. 


Osterville 


"p nr » irj'«» 


-, prop., Hyannls- 




A. P. & E. L. Eagleston, 


Hyannis 


port 




Minnie Eldridge, 


Hyannis 


Ice Dealers — 


• 


H. M. Hodges, 


Cotuit 


Mrs. T. II. Ames, 


Ostervillo 


Julivs Nickerson, 


Cotuit 


Everett Chi Ids, 


Centerville 


Phinney & Edson, 




E. F. Maher. 


Hyanni3 


B. F. Sears. 


Cotuit 


Wendell F. Nickerson, 


Cotuit 


Express— New York & E 


oston Despatch 


Osterville lee Co., 


Osterville 


Fish Dealers- 




Thomas Pattison, 


Osterville 


Willis P. Bacon, 


Hyannis 


Insurance Aprents — 


George W. Chase, 


Hyannis 


Edward L. Chase, 


Hyannis 


Timothy Crocker & Sons, 


So. Hyannis 


Charles L. Gifford, 


Cotuit 


D. B. Linnell, 


Hyannis 


George W. Hallett. 


Hyannis 


Florist- 




Charles F. Parker, 


Osterville 


Theodore F. Drew, 


Hyannis 


Frank Thatcher, 


Hyannis 


Furniture Dealers— 




Jewelers and Watchmakers— 


A. P. & E. L. Eagleston 


, Hyannis 


C. W. Bearse, 


Hyanni3 


Julius Rowland, 
General Stores— 


Hyannis 


J. A. Guyer &. Co., 
F. M. Weber, 


Hyannis 
Hyannis 


Bearse & Phinney, 


Centerville 






Israel Crocker, 


Osterville 


Justices oi' the Peace- 


Henry P. Crocker, 


Osterville 


Henry H. Baker, Jr., 


Hyannis 


Hartson Hallett, 


Hyannis 


John J. Collins, 


Hyannis 


Samuel H. Hallett, 


Centerville 


Edward L. Chase, 


Hyannis 


Parker Melvin, 


West B. 


Hiram Crocker, 


Santuit 


A. E. Nickerson & Son, 


Cotuit 


Eben B. Crocker 




J. Nickerson, 


Cotuit 


Alfred Crocker 




Horace S, Parker & Co., 


Osterville 


Aaron S. Crosby, 


Centerville 


J. W. B. Parker, 


West B. 


Charles R. Codman, 


Cotuit 


A. A. Phinney, 


Centerville 


Thomas C. Day 




Joyce Taylor, 


Hyannis 


Smith K. Hopkins 




Grist Mills- 




Henry M. Hutchings 




Hull & Burt, 


Hyannis 


George*W. Hallett, 


Hyannis 


Ryder Bros., P. 0. Cotuit, 


mill at Mars- 


Leander L. Jones 




ton's Mills 




Ferdinand G. Kelley, 


Centerville 


Grocers— David Davis 




J. Milton Leonard, 


Osterville 


Frank B. Easterbrook 




Percy T. Litchfield, 


Hyannis 


Phinney & Edson 




Freeman H. Lothrop 




Everett L. Hoxie, 


Cotuit 


Andrew Lovell. 


Cotuit 


Arthur A. Phinney, 


'Centerville 


William F. Makepeace, 


West B. 


R. T. Harlow, 


Cotuit 


Charles JI. Nye, 


Hyannis 


Sears C. Lapham, 


Santuit 


Julius Nickerson, 


Cotuit 


Ferdinand H. Bassett, 


Hyannis 


Charles C. Paine, 


Hyannis 


L. E. Baxter & Son, 


Hyannis 


Sylvanus B. Phinney 


1 


George F. Crocker, 


Hyannis 


Charles F. Parker, 


Osterville 


William G. Davis, 


Hyannis 


Lucius K. Paine, 


Hyannisport 


Dennis O'Neil, 


Hyannis 


Andrew F. Sherman 


i 


George 0. Makepeace, 


Hyannisport 


Kitchen Fnrnishinc Goods- 


T. Crocker &■ Sons, 


South Hyannis 


Myron G. Bradford 


; 


G. L. Hamblin, Marston's Mills 


I,a-\vyers— Thomas C. 


Day 


Henry P. Crocker, 


Osterville 


Smith K. Hopkins 




Hairdressers- 




Freeman H. Lnthrop 




Ira W. Bacon, 


Hyannis 


Henry M. Hutchings 




Fred W. Bunker. 


Hyannis 


Henry H. Baker, Jr.. 


Hyannis 


Charles F. Fuller, 


Cotuit 


-Charles C. Paine, 


Hyannis 


F. M. Henderson, 


Hyannis 


Libraries— ronterville 


Free Public. 


Walter R. Sweeney, 


Hyannis 


Eunice Hallett, lib. 




George E. Williams. 
Hardware Dealer— D. 
Harness Makers— Wm. 


Osterville 


Cotuit Public, Adeline 


F. Bearse, lib. 


M. Peabury 


Hyannis. Stella M. Hal 


ett. lib.. Hyannis 


D. Holmes 


Marston's Mills Free Public 


Andrew B. Gardner, 
Horse Dealers- 


Centerville 


Osterville Free Public 


, Mrs. Mary R. 




Lovell, lib. 




John S. Bears,-, 


Hyannis 


Sturgess, Elizabeth C. 


Nye. lib. 


Gorham D. Crocker, 


Hyannis 


Lumber Dealers— B 


F. Crocker 


Thomns H. Soule, Jr., 


Hyannis 


B. W. Dottridge. 


Cotuit 1 



IT'S THERE. I 



you don't find the name you are lookinpr for in this 
ook under a certain heading, look elsewhere. Classi- 
fications vary. It's sure to be under some of them. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



BARNSTABLE— Continued. 

J. K. & B. Sears & Co., 

Marble Worker- 
Thomas W. Nickerson, 

Masons- 
Edward Austin, 
Alfred Chapman, 
George S. Fish, 
C. E. Sherman, 
J. W. Tallman. 
Henry K. White, 

milliners — Annie B. Hinc 
Mrs. A. \V. Kelley, 
Lilla W. Nickerson. 

Newsdealers— W. II. Payne 

II. H. Baker & Son, Hyannia 

Newspapers- Barnstable Patriot (week- 
ly), F. B. & F. P. Goss, props. 

Bee (weekly), Item & Bee Pub. Co., 
props. 

Hyannis Patriot (weekly), 
Goss, props. 
Notaries Public— 

Edward L. Chase 

Alfred Crocker 

Freeman H. Lothrop 

Julius Nickerson 

Charles F. Parker 

Isaiah C. Sears 
Oyster Dealers- 
John F. Adams, 

S. S. Baxter, 

Thomas Chatfield, 

Samuel H. Childs, 

William B. Crosby, 

U. A. Hill. 

Little River Oyster Co., 



So. Hyannla 

Hyannis 

Centerville 
Hyannis 
West B. 
Hyannis 
Osterville 
Hyannis 
kley 

Hyannis 
Cotult 



F. B. & F. P. 



Marston's Mills 
Marston's Mills 
Cotult 
Cotuit 
Cotuit 
Cotuit 
Cotuit 



Carleton B. Nickerson, Cotuit 

Ryder Bros., Cotuit 

S. B. Tallman, Marston's Mills 

Painters- 
Henry C. Bacon (carriage), Hyannis 
R. E. Child, Centerville 
H. Cobb, Hyannisport 
Charles C. 'Crocker (carriage), Hyanni3 
Frank E. Crocker (carriage), Hyannis 
Lot E. Gorham, Hyanis 
H. W. Gray, Hyannis 
I. J. Green (carriage), Marston's Mills 
Allen G. Holmes, 
Horace Jones. 
Henry N. Lyons, 
Augustus B. Nye & Co. (carriage), 

Hyannis 
Hiram Nye, Hyannis 

Irving B. Phinney, Cotuit 

Ryder Bros., Cotult 

Abbott L. Robbins (carriage), Osterville 
H. L. Swain, 
Freeman Taylor 

Photographers— 
S. A. Putnam, 
Chandler Seaver, 

Physicians- 
Chester M. Baker. 
George W. Doane, 
Samuel Pitcher. 
Charles E. Harris, 
Solomon F. Haskins, 
J. Hayden lupins, 
W. Dean Jacobs, 
Charles W. Mllliken 

Plumbers- 
Bond Bros., Hyannis 
G. W. Hallett. Osterville 
Henry G. Phillips. Hyannis 



Hyannis 
Centerville 
Centerville 



Cotuit 



Hyannis 
Hyannis 

Hyannis 
Hyannis 
Hyannis 
Hyannis 
Cotuit 
Marston's Mills 
Hyannis 



Hyannis"* 
Hyannis 
Hyannis 

Hyannis 
Hyannis 

Hyannis 

Cotult 
Hyannla 

Hyannis 
Hyannis 



A. 



Post Offices and Postmasters 

Barnstable— O. W. Hinckley 
West Barnstable— Melvin Parker 
Hyannis — George W. Hallett 
South Hyannis — Auren B. Crocker 
Hyannisport— G. O. Makepeace 
Craigville — Miss Aldrich (summer) 
Centerville — A. A. Phinney 
Marston's Mills — Mrs. H. A. Mecarta 
Osterville— W. B. Parker 
Wianno — Mrs. T. H. Ames (summer) 
Santuit — Henry M. Hodges 
Cotuit — Andrew Love 11 
Cummaquid — David Davis 

Printers— F. B. & F. P. Goss 

Provision Dealers- 
Albert J. Bacon, 
Oliver F. Bacon, 
Allen G. Baxter. 
Cammett & Jones 
Ebenezer Crowell, 
George F. Crocker, 

Real Estate Agents- 
F. P. Goss, 
Covlll & Hinckley 
C. O. Harlow, 
W. A. Sherman, 

Restaurants— 
Osborne Crowell, 
W. P. Wright, 

Sail Maker— J. C. Cobb 

School-State Normal School, 
Baldwin, prin. 

Sporting Goods- 
Foster Crocker, 

Stables- 
Baxter Bros., 
George H. Baxter, 
A. F. Bearse, 
John S. Bearse, 
Daniel P. Bursley, 
E. P. 'Childs, 
Aurin B. Crocker, 
Marcus M. Crocker, 
A. S. Crosby, 
G. F. Crosby, 
A. N. Hallett, 
Wendell L. Hinckley, 
William H. Irwin, 
J. A. Lovell, 
O. W. Marchant, 
E. S. Phinney 

C. B. Smith 
Thomas .H. Soule, Jr., 
W. R. Sturgis 

Stoves and Tinware 
Myron G. Bradford, 
Lincoln Clark, 
George B. Lewis, 
Victor H. Nickerson. 

D. M. Seabury 
Tailor- 
George J. Miller. 

Undertakers— 

M. G. Bradford, 

Asa F. Bearse. 

John Bursley, 

Alfred Crocker, 

Charles F. Parker, 
"Wheelwrights— 

J. M. Blagdon. 

F. S. Kent 

J. M. Leonard, Osterville 

W. L. Wright. Cotult 



Marston's Mills 

Hyannla 

Hyannisport 

Cotult 

Hyannis 

West B. 

Centerville 

Hyannis 

Hyannis 

Centerville 

Centerville 

Osterville 

Hyannisport 

West B. 

Osterville 

Hyannisport 



Hyannla 



Hyannis 

Centerville 

Hyannis 

Cotult 



Hyannis 

Hyannis 

Cotuit 

West B. 

Barnstable 

Osterville 

Hyannis 



11 ATE I O Not keeping the Year Book on th^ir desks are not doinjr their 
■ ill I gaLO !^T : T^J. U w!. i A' e ^..KM f . ornuitiou in this form is indispensable to 



the traveling public. 



BARRE. 



In Worcester Co., 21 m. northwest of Worcester, Gl in. west of Boston on 
Mass. Central Div. B. & M. R. B. and Ware River Br. B. & A. R. R. ; stage 
connection with Petersham (7 in.), Dana (7 m.), and North Dana (10 m.). 
Inc. Nov. 7, 177G. Pop., 2,278. 

Villages— Burro Plains, SSinithville, Heald Village, South Barre, Rider Vil- 
lage, Rice Village. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
Clerk— W. R. Spooner 
Selectmen— Charles H. Follansby, ch. 

George F. Rice 

Charles E. Haven 
Auditor— Frank A. Rich 
Treasurer— Harding Jenkins 
Collector— Sylvester Both well 
Assessors— Matthew Walker, ch. 

Charles N. Win ship 

George N. Harwood 
Overseers Poor- 
Sylvester Bothwell, ch. 

George N. Harwood 

Justin F. Rice 
Constables— Sylvester Bothwell 

Pliny H. Babbitt 

Charles H. Follansby 

John L. Smith (civil) 

Daniel H. Rice 

Eahart Rosenberg 

Harry S. Bruce 

Seth S. Williams 
Cemetery Commissioners- 
Austin F. Adams 

Daniel G. Harwood 

Samuel S. Hamilton 
Board Health— 

Dr. Georpre A. Brown, ch. 

William R. Spooner 

Dr. Walter S. Bates 
Chief Fire Dept.— C. H. Follansby 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Alviu F. Bailey, ch. 
Harding Jenkins 
J. Harding Allen 

Supt.— Mortimer H. Bowman 

Prln. High School— Chas. L. Randall 

Prln. Grammar School- 
Mary E. Stearns 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements— 

Charles G. Allen Co. (mfr. horse rakes) 

George E. Allen (dealer) 

George W. Cook (dealer) 

L. S. Heald & Son 

Rice & Rice 
Auctioneers— Pliny H. Babbitt 

H. L. Conant 
linker— William A. Hale 
Banks— First National Bank, Frank A. 
Rich, cash. 

Barre Savings Bank, Frank A. Rich, 
treas. 
Bicycle Dealers— C. N. Cowan 

G. T. Whitten 
Blacksmiths— Thomas P. Blakeley 

Joseph S. Bruce 



Michael Ford 

Jasper S. Murphy, B. Plalne 

Charles Paquin, B. Plains 

A. R. Stone 
Boot and Shoe Makers— 

A. F. Jackson 

John Underwood 
Boot and Shoe Mfrs.— 

Barre Shoe Co. 
Howling Alley— Hotel Barre 
Carpenters— Alvah D. Adams 

Henry M. Bassett 

Henry Gil wee 

Charles H. Osgood 
Carriage Makers— Albert R. Stone 

M. A. Ames (trimmer) 
Clergymen and Churches— 

Alvin F. Bailey, First Unitarian 

Frank W. Collier. Methodist 

Joseph F. Gay lord, Evan. Cong. 

J. W. Prendergast, St. Joseph's R. C. 

William E. Reed, Bap., Coldbrook 

Clothing Dealer- 
John C. Bartholomew 
Coal Dealers— W. W. Fessendcn 

Samuel F. Smith 

T. H. White 
Confectionery and Fruit— 

J. S. Rice 

J. F. Haven 

W. R. Spooner 
Cotton Goods Mfr.— 

J. Edwin Smith, Smithville 

Dentist— William H. Whiting 
Doors, Sash and Blinds— 

Thomas E. Rich Co., B. Plains 

Dressmakers— Mrs. Moses Ames 

Mrs. C. L. Kellogg 

Ellen O'Grady 

Mrs. William Peck 
Druggists— Harding Jenkins 

N. L.. Shattuck 
Dry Goods Dealers— 

J. Chester Brown 

T. B. May 

A. G. Williams 
Kxpresses— American Express Co. 

Williams' Worcester Express 
Fancy Goods— T. B. May 

W. R. Spooner 
Fish and Oysters— 

F. E. Williams 
Florist— George R. Simonds 
Furniture Dealer— T. H. Spooner 
General Stores — Bacon & Brown 

Chamberlain & Barnes, B. Plains 

George R. Simonds 

Robert J. Stevenson, ' Smithville 

A. O. Williams 
Grist Mils— A. P. Clark 

Musgrave & McClenathan, Barre Plains 

Rice & Rice 

T. E. Rich Co., B. Plains 

Grocer — J. Chester Brown 
Hairdresser— Leonide Brodeur 
Hall— Williams Hall, capacity 550. 
Harness Dealer— C. E. Pr.mty 
Harness Maker— E. J. Ames 



CLEHOY^EU 



Will not find the Text for a Sermon in this Book, but 
if they want to look up a marriage certiiicate in a 
neighboring town, it will tell tbem who to write to. 



284 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



BARRE— Continued. 

Hay and Grain— 

B. Musgrave &. Co., B. Plains 
Rice & Rice 

Hospital (private) — 

C. W. & George Brown 
Hotels- 
Hotel Barre, P. M. Harwood, prop. 
Hotel Brunswick, Frank A. Haskins, 

prop., B. Plains 

Massasoit House, J. Frank Haven, prop. 
Ice Dealer — William F. Fay 
Insurance Agents— Davis <fe Cook 

John W. Rice 
Iron Founders— Chas. G. Allen Co. 

L. S. Heald & Son 
Jewelers and Watchmakers— 

J. B. Colby 

G. T. Whitten 
Justices of tlie Peace- 
Pliny H. Babbitt 

Sylvester Bothwell 

George W. Cook 

James F. Davis 

Charles H. Follansby 

James E. Holden 

George N. Harwood 

Ernest I. Morgan 

Frank A. Rich 

John L. Smith 

Ralph A. Stewart 

William R. Spooner 

Matthew Walker 
Laundry— J. P. Ho.wland 
Lawyers- 
Morgan & Stewart (also Worcester) 
Library — Barre Library Association. 

Mary E. Lane, lib. 
Lumber Dealer — Herbert A. Knight 
Lumber Mfrs.— J. Frank Clark 

Harwood Bros. 

Willard Heminway 

Samuel F. Smith 
Machinists— T. P. Blakely 

S. Heald & Son 
Masons— Michael Glancy 

Charles Cleveland, B. Plains 

Julian Shores 
Milliners— S. R. Gilmore & Co. 

Cora L. Kellogg 
Music and 3Iusical Instruments 

J. B. Colby 
Newsdealer and Stationer- 
William R. Spooner 
Newspaper — Barre Gazette (weekly), 

Charles E. Rogers, pub. 
Notaries Public- 
John C. Bartholomew 

Charle3 H. Follansby 



Painters— 

A. P. Brigham (carriage and sign) 

Harry S. Bruce 

Jared Carter 

J. F. Haven 

J. F. Mullen 

A. R. Stone (carriage) 
Photographers-G. L. Chapman 

Theodore Clapp 
Physicians— Walter S. Bates 

Ernest P. Bixby 

George A. Brown (Institute for Feeble- 
Minded Youth) 

Henry J. Wolcott, Jr. 
Plariinii- Mills— Austin F. Adams 

H. A. Knight 
Plnmbcrs— Hinckley Bros. & Weeks 

W. H. White 
Pool Rooms— J. F. Haven 

J. S. Rice 
Post Oilices and Postmasters-- 

Barre— B. F. Brooks 

Barre Plains— Samuel G. Barnes 

Smithville — Robert J. Stevenson 
Provision Healers- 
Irving W. Mullitt 

Eugene F. Williams 
Saw 31 ills— A. P. Clark 

F. J. Clark 

Willard Heminway 

S. F. Smith 
School — 

Barre Academy, C. L. Randall, prin. 
Sewinft- Machine Agents— 

J. B. Colby 

W. R. Spooner 
Stables— 

E. H. Haskins, B. Plains 

Wm. C. Peck (Massasoit House stables) 

Charles E. Prouty (Hotel Barre stables) 
Sta.are Lines— Barre to Barre Depot, C. 
E. Prouty, prop. 

Barre to Petersham, C. E. Prouty, prop. 

Barre and North Dana. T. S. Johnson, 
prop. 
Stoves and Tinware— 

Hinckley Bros. &. Weeks 

W. H. White 
Undertaker — T. H. Spooner 
Variety Store— W. R. Spooner 
Veterinary Surgeons— 

Asa S. Haven 

C. C. Hemenway 
"Water Company— Barre Water Co. 
Wood Dealers— Franklin J. Clark 

C. E. Haven 

W. C. Peck 

C. N. Winship 



BECKET. 

In Berkshire Co.. 1G in. southeast of PIttsfield on B. & A. R. R. Inc June 
21, 1765. Pop. 888. 
Villages— North Beeket, West Becket, Becket Center. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting in March or 
April at option of Selectmen. 

Clerk— Omri S. Willis 

Selectmen— William H. Snow, ch. 
Edwin Lee 
Calvin E. Tubbs, Bancroft 

Auditor— William A. Schlesinger 



Treasurer— Omri S. Willis 
Collector— Fred E. Abbott 
Assessors — Selectmen 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— 

Curtis R. Farnham, Chester 

William F. Cross 
Road Commissioners— Fred D. Ballou 



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BECKET— BEDFORD. 



285 



Willie K. Holmes, Chester 

Thomas Phekin, West B. 

Cemetery Commissioners — 

Frederick Snow 

William II. Snow 

Albert C. Andrews, West B. 

Board Health— Elmer D. Ballou, ch. 

William W. Prentice 

William H. Bobbins, Chester 

Public Schools. 

Committee — Edwin Lee, chairman 
Elizur B. Richards, Chester 

Albert C. Andrews, West B. 

Supt.— George L. Lamphier 

Prin. Grammar School- 
Dora Leadbetter 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneer— Robert M. Savery 
Basket 3lnl«:ers— 

Monroe E. Ballou & Son 

James H. Gray 
Blacksmith— P. B. McCormick 
Braid Rlfr.— Samuel K. Smith 

Westfleld Braid Co. 
Carpenters — Herbert Bosworth 

Wm. Cross 

Charles Herrick 

Wm. W. Prentice 
Clergymen and. Cliurclies— 

Charles O. Eames, Congregational 

Henry B. Schwab, Baptist 



Coal Dealer— Sidney H. Cheeseman 
Druggist— Wm. B. Higley 
Express — American Express Co. 
Fish Dealer — Henry Eldridge 
General Stores— Becket Silk Co. 
Addison H. Bidwell 
Wm. E. Higley 
Omrl S. Willis 
Grist 3IH1— Monroe E. Ballou 
Hairdresser — Joseph Bruneii 
Hardware Dealer — 
Henry A. Jennings 

Hotel ,W. A. Schlessinger, prop. 

Insurance Agent — Robert M. Savery 
Jeweler and Watchmaker- 
Walter S. Harrington 
Justices of the Peace — 

Robert M. Savery ' 

William A. Schlessliwer 

Calvin E. Tubbs 
Library— 

Becket Athenaeum, Eliza Millard, lib. 
liUinlier Dealer— P. A. Willi3 
Pliysicians— Leander W. Combs (Eel.) 

J. D. Howe 
Post Olliees and Postmasters— 

Becket — Henry A. Jennings 

West Becket— A. C. Andrews 

Becket Centre— Mrs. D. A. Camp 
Provision Dealer— Henry B. Eldridge 
Saw Mill— Charles E. Lyman 
Stoves and Tinware — 

Henry A. Jennings 
Sextons— Jairus Norcott 

Felix McCarthy 

C. A. Lester, B. Centre 



BEDFORD. 



In Middlesex Co., 16 m. south of Lowell on Southern Div. B. & M. R. R.. 15 
m. from Boston and 14 m. from East Cambridge. Inc. Sept. 23, 1729. 
Pop. 1.1G9. 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Ernest H. Hosmer, ch. 
Elihu G. Loomis 
Mrs. Mary E. Laws, secretary 

Supt.— Lewis T. McKenney 

Prin. High School— 
Loula A. H. Buck 

Prin. Grammar School- 
Mary J. Elmer 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
Clerk— Charles A. Corey 
Selectmen— Edwin H. Blake, ch. 

Arthur H. Parker 

Frederick Parker 
Auditors— Wallace G. Webber 

Arthur W. Wood 
Treasurer and Collector— C. A. Corey 
Assessors— Irving L. Hodgdon, ch. 

William G. Hartwell 

Willis G. Lane 
Overseers Poor— W. G. Hartwell, ch. 

William B. Hughes, secretary 

James W. Spredby 
Constables-^Tohn Gammon 

Levi Williams- 

Edward Walsh 
Highway Surveyor— D. L. B. Fitch 
Cemetery Commissioners — C. W. Jenks 

Abram E. Brown 

George It. Blinn 
Park Commissioners— E. G. Loomis 

Henry Wood 

Dr. Stephen A. Wood 
Board Health— Selectmen 
Chief Fire Dept.— A. Elmer Blake 

PUBLIO OFFICERS 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneer— Irving L. Hodgdon 
Rand- 
Bedford Cornet Band, Horace F. Tes- 
sier, manager 
Blacksmiths— John Gammon 

Rosa Gammon 

William B. Hughes 

John H. Kerwin 
Boot and Shoe Makers— 

Thomas Graham 

LeRoy Proctor 
Box Walter— Charles H. Clark 
Carpenters— Isaac E. Fitch 

Frank M. Goddard 

Edwin A. Hartwell 

Oliver J. Lane 

Cannot intelligently and conveniently con- 
duct Public Business without such aids 
as tho information in this Book affords. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



BEDFORD— Continued. 

Clergymen and Chnrches— 

P. J. Kavanaugh, St. Michael's R. C, 
Lexington 
Edwin Smith, Cong. 

.Christ's Church (Un.) 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 
Richard A. Griffin (Un.), S. Billerlca 
James Sallaway (Un.) 

Dentist— Thomas B. Hosmer 

IJrug'grist — Edward E. Hamblen 

Express- American Express Co. 
Ingall's Express 

Pish Dealer— Charles C. Elliott 

Florists— Dudley Hartford 
Herbert E. Hartford 

Flour and Grain- 
William Washburn & Son 

General Store- 
Charles F. Spauldlng 

Greenhouse- Frederick Parker 

Grocers — A. Elmer Blake 

. Henry D. Lyons 

Hairdresser — Michael F. Manning 

Harness Maker— A. Buchannan 

Hotels- 
Bedford House, Mrs. Josephine McDon- 
ald, prop. 
Sweetwater, Wm. R. Hayden, M. D., 
prop. 

Ice Dealers— Seward S. Chase 
George H. Howe 

Insurance Agents- 
Edwin H. Blake 
T. B. Hosmer 
Charles F. Spauldlng 

Justices of the Peace- 
George R. Blinn 



Charles A. Corey 

Thomas B. Hosmer 

Merton Slmonds 

Abram E. Brown 

Elihu G. Loomis 

Edwin H. Blake 

Arthur H. Parker 
Lawyers — George R. Blinn 

Elihu G. Loomis 
L.ihrary— 

Bedford Free Public Library, Lottie M. 
Corey, lib. 
Milk Contractor 

J. Bartlett Prescott (wholesale) 
Notaries Public— Edwin H. Blake 

Elihu G. Loomis 
Nurserymen — Shady Hill Nursery 
Painters— Samuel G. Carter 

Fay Kenriek (carriage) 

Harry E. Moulton 

James F. Sprowl 
Physicians — Cha3. W. Bresenham 

"Wm. R. Hayden, Bedford Springs 

Edward E. Hamblen 

Stephen A. Wood 
Post Ollices and Postmasters — 

Bedford— Charles F. Spaulding 

Bedford Springs— William R. Hayden 
Provision Dealers— Alden W. Brown 

George W. Davis 
Real Kstnte AjLvent— Edwin H. Blake 
Saw Mill— Charles H. Clark 
Stable— Hodgdon Bros. 
Stove Dealer— Lyman Cole 
Undertaker— I. Newton Hartwell 
Wheelwrights— I. Newton Hartwell 

Henry Staples 
Wheel Kim Mfrs.— 

Fairbanks-Boston Rim Co. 



BELCHERTOWN. 



In Hampshire Co., 16 m. east of Northampton on Central Mass. Div. B. & 
M. R. R. and New London & Northern Div. Cenfral Vermont R. R. Inc. 
June 30, 17G1. Pop. 2,161. 

Villages— Barrett's, Dwight's, Tylerville. 



TOWN OFFICEKS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— Clarence E. Scott 
Selectmen— William E. Bridgman, ch. 

Nelson Randall 

Myron S. Barton 
Auditor— Calvin B. King 
Treasurer — Arthur Bridgman 
Collector— Samuel Allen 
Assessors— Fred L. Stebbins, ch. 

Charles H. Randall 

Frank B. Alden 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables — 

Myron S. Barton (civil) 

M. F. Austin, 1st 

George S. Warner 

Joseph B. Markham 

David R. Ward 
Supt. Streets— Edgar C. Witt 
Cemetery Commissioners — 

Edgar S. Lane 

Nelson Randall 

David Ward 
Board Health— Selectmen 
Chief Fire Dept.— II. A. Hopkins 



Public Schools. 

Committee — M. A. Morse, chairman 
Mrs. Maria D. S. Longley 
John Anderson 

Prln. High School-C. A. Guild 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements— 

Fred L. Stebbins 
Auctioneers— Guy C. Allen 

Herbert F. Shaw 
Raker — J. W. Jackson 
Billiard and Pool Room— 

L. W. Dillon 
Blacksmiths— W. F. Carter 

Baxter Cook 

Ira E. Damon 

Albert E. Dodge 

William Stone 
Board of Trade — H. A. Hopkins, sec. 
Boot and Shoe Dealer— 

H. A. Hopkins 
P"">* mill Slt«n» Maker— A. L. Mellln 
Boot and Shoe Mfr.— 

H ii n now n Slioe Mfg. Co. 



POBLIO hlEU 



Appreciate the value of information. They are quick 
to avail themselves of .such sources as the 

MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



Carpenters— Henry D. Hoag 

Edward Peaso 

Oliver Shannon 
Ci<ler Mfrs.— Edgar Lane 

Edwin Snow 
Ci*?«rs and Tobacco— L. W. Dillon 

H. Purdy 
Clergymen and Churches — 

L. E. Bell, Methodist 

A. H. Manee, Baptist 

— _ , Congregational 

Coal Dealers— William Sanford 

Edward F. Towne 
Confectionery and Frnit— 

J. W. Jackson 
Creamery— Belchertown Co-op. Cream- 
ery Assn. 
DrngTftist— Charles H. Snow 
Dry Goods— E. S. Bridgman & Co. 

H. A. Hopkins 
Express — American Express Co. 
Florist— A. B. Howard 
Flour and Grain— Dorman & Sanford 

Clarence E. Scott 
General Stores— E 

William E. Bridgman 

W. W. Goodell, 

Daniel L. Hazen 

William Sanford 

Clarence E. Scott 
Grist Mill— George E. Sanford 
Grocers— E. S. Bridgman & Co 

Daniel L. Hazen 

B. F. Kennedy, 
W. L. Sanford 
J. H. Thayer 

Hairdressers— Phil Chansey 
W. W. Horton 

F. L. Plaintiff 

Harness Makers— F. W r . Fellows 

Forester A. Prouty 
Hotels— Park View House, L. W. Dil- 
lon, prop. 
Ice Dealer— H. M. Dunbar 
Insurance Agent — W. E. Bridgman 
Jeweler and "Watchmaker— 

G. F. Lincoln 



S. Bridgman & Co. 
Dwlght'B 



D wight'i 



Justices of the Peace— 

E. R. Bridgman 
William E. Bridgman 
Wesley M. Goodell 

Ida F. King (special commissioner) 

Grace L. Scott (special commissioner) 
Lawyer — R. W. Lyman, Northampton 
Library — Clapp Memorial Library, Miss 

Lydia A. Barton, lib. 
Lumber Dealers— A. L. Blackmer 

Stebbins & Sanford 
Masons — George Colman 

A. Cook 
Milliner— H. A. Hopkins 
Newsdealer— Frank L. Plaintiff 
Notaries Public — W. E. Bridgman 

Robert W. Lyman 
Nurseryman— L. . Goodell, Dwight's 
Painters— Atwood & Kelly 

Charles E. Davis 

George I. Davis 

Rufus K. Shumway (carriage) 
Physicians— Calvin B. King 

George F. Thompson 
Post Otlices and Postmasters— 

Belchertown — Fred Walker 

Dwight's— W. M. Goodell 
Printer— Everett Howard 
Provision Dealers— A. M. Baggs 

F. F. Dewey 
Henry Jepson 

B. F. Kennedy, Dwight's 
John Staddler 

Pulp Mfr.— Atlas Pulp Co. 
Saw Mills— Nathan Bond 

Pratt Brothers 

E. S. Snow 

Sanford & Stebbins 

G. B. Weston 
Stable— L. Dillon 
Stoves and Tinware— 

B. L. Thrasher 
Undertaker- L. A. Smith 
Wheehvrlghts-Rufu3 Capen 

William Capen 

Amos Clark 

A. E. Dodge 

P. T. ^Slaughter 



BELLINGHAM. 



In Norfolk Co., 31 1-2 m. southwest of Boston, 20 m. from Dedham and 3 1-2 
m. southeast of Milford, Bellingham being at the junction of Woonsocket 
Dlv. N. E. R. R. and the Milford and Franklin Branch; Caryville and North 
Bellingham are on the Woonsocket Div. and South Bellingham on main line. 
Electric railway from Caryville to Milford and Medway. Inc. Nov. 27, 
1719. Pop. 1,481. 

Villages— North Bellingham, Caryville, South Bellingham, Rakeville. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— Henry A. Whitney 
Selectmen- 
Henry A. Whitney, ch. 

Orvllle C. Rhodes, South B. 

Warren E. Fairbanks 
Auditor— Elijah B. Stowe, Caryville 
Treasurer— Ruel F. Thayer 
Collector— Judson E. Camp, Caryville 
Assessors— 

Orville C. Rhodes, South B. 

Judson E. Camp, Caryville 

Varnum B. Rockwood 



Overseers Poor- 
Otto L. Bullard, ch.. North B. 
H. W. Pickering, Woonsocket, R. I. 
George Nelson 

Constables— L. R. Camp, North B. 
George F. Nugent, Caryville 

Elwin M. Taft, Woonsocket, R. I. 
John P. Thayer 

Highway Commissioners— 
Proctor I*. Cook 

Maurice J. Connolly, Caryville 

Charles W. Paul, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Cemetery Commissioners— 
Varnum B. Rockwood 
Orrin Chilson, South B. 

Otto L. Bullard, North B. 



FOR BUILDING NEWS. "SS* The Builders' Weekly, 

M,UUI,IU »*-""■ $3.00 a year. 



Worcester, Mass. 



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MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



BBLLINGHAM— Continued. 
Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Nnmber children enrolled, 301; ap- 
propriation, $3,5G5. 

Committee— 
H. W. Pickering, Woonsocket, R. I. 
David Bigwood 
Amos E. Bullard 

Supt.— Elmer E. Sherman, Hopedale 

Prin. High School- 
Lillian G. Runnells 

Prins. Grammar Schools— 
L. May Huntley 
Katherine F. Allen 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements— 

J. Horton Howard 

Otto L. Bullard 
Auctioneer — Henry A. Whitney 
Blacksmiths — Philip Cormier 

George Nelson 
Box Makers— 

Metcalf & Nugent Bros., Caryville 

Carpenters — Ichabod Cook 

Asa M. Smith, North B. 

George H. Vose 
Clergyman and Church— 

, First Baptist 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMAN. 

Joseph M. Rockwood (Baptist) 
Express— Adams Express Co. 



Fish Dealers— W. L. Cook 

W. Edward White 
Flour and <irain— 

Maurice Savage, North B. 

General Stores — 

Elbridge Grant, North B. 

E. B. Stowe, Caryville 

Francis Thayer 
Inner Soles Mt'r.— Carroll E. White 
Insurance Agent — Henry A. Whitney 
Jeweler and Watchmaker — 

Charles R. Griffin, North B. 

Justices of the Peace- 
Horace A. Brown 

Henry A. Whitney 

Francis Metcalf, Caryville 

Library— Bellingham Free Public Li- 
brary, Miss Sara T. Rockwood, lib. 
Lumber Dealers— 

J. E. Camp 

George E. Tingley, Caryville 

Masons-F. A. Bemis, North B. 

James Monroe 
Nurseryman— George Milrose 
Painters— Cush man Bros. 
Post Oliices and Postmasters — 

Bellingham— L. F. Thayer 

South Bellingham— Orville C. Rhodes 

North Bellingham— Elbridge Grant 

Caryville— E. B. Stowe 
Provision Dealers— 

Orville C. Rhodes, South B. 

John H. Webber 
Undertaker- Varnum B. Rockwood 
Wheelwright — J. S. Thompson 
Woolen Goods Mfrs.— 

Norfolk Woolen Co. 

Rav's Woolen Co. (cassimeres), North B. 

Taft, Murdock & Co. (satinets), Caryville 

W. E. Wilcox (agt.) (flocks), South B. 



BELMONT. 



In Middlesex Co., 6 m. west of Boston on F. R. R. and 6 m. on Central 
Mass. Div. B. & M. R. R. : electric street railway from Waverley to Mount 
Auburn, Cambridge and Boston. Inc. March 18, 1S39. Pop. 2,843. 

Vil lage— Waverley . 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 
March. 

Clerk— Wlnthrop L. Chenery 

Selectmen- 
Thomas W. Davis, ch., 
Joseph O. Wellington 
Charles H. Slade 

Auditor— William H. Poole 

Treasurer and Collector— 
Wlnthrop L. Chenery 

Assessors- 
Thomas W. Davis, ch., 
Josiah S. Kendall, 
Horace E. Stone 

Overseers Poor — Selectmen 

Constables— John Argy, 
Frank D. Chant 
David Chenery (civil) 
David S. McCabe 

Supt. Streets— Frank D. 

Water Commissioners — 
Irving B. Frost, ch., 
Francis H. Kendall, 
Charles J. McGlnnls 

Cemetery Commissioners- 
Frank D. Chant 



Waverley 



Waverley 
Waverley 



Waverley 



Chant 

Arlington 
Waverley 



William W. Edgar, Waverley 

George P. Walcott 

Park Commissioners- 
Edwin F. Atkins 
J. Willard Hill 
William E. Stowe 

Sinking Fund Commissioners- 
Henry O. Underwood 
Chandler Bobbins 
Gustavus C. Holt, Waverley 

Board Health- 
George A. Prentiss, ch. 
W. Lyman Underwood 
John Fenderson, Waverley 

Chief Police— Frank D. Chant 

Chief Fire Dept.— 
David S. McCabe 

Public Schools. 

Committee- 
Herbert F. Rockwood, ch. 
Mary F. W. Homer 
Mehitable B. Frost 
George P. Gilman, Waverley 

George C. Flett, Waverley 

Francis N. Lincoln 

Supt.— George P. Armstrong 



LAWYERS 



Use Tools, and some of them are mighty sharp. 
This Book is one of the handiest Tools in a 
Lawyer's Workshop. 



BELMONT. 



Prin. High School- 
Henry H. Butler, 

Prlns. Grammar School? 
Annie C. Johnson 
Hannah McGinnis 
Harriet A. Hill 



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Boston 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Auctioneer — 

Henry S. Harris, 

Baker- 
Louis Linker, 

Banks— Belmont Savings 
throp L. Chenery, treas. 
Waverley Co-operative Bank, Ulysses S 
Young, sec. 

Blacksmiths- 
Michael Kearns, 
Eden Price 
William F. Shean 

Boot ami Shoe Dealers 
Luke 'Comeau 
Joseph Meyers, 

Boot and Shoe 3Iakers— 
Luke Comeau 
l™ e »\ Meyers. Waverley 

Bottlers-William H. Burks 

Ilrick 31frs.-p a rry Bros. & Co. 
Carpenters— 

Alexander Y. Cochrane 

Alvah L. Hatch 

Samuel C. Joslin, 

William R. Kinread, 

Thomas Lamont 

James W. MacCabe 

David S. McCabe 

Mfllanson Brothers 

Daniel Toomey, 
Clears and Tobacco— 

Henry R. Higgins, 
Clergymen and Chnrche 

Hilary Bygrave, Belmont Cong (Un ) 

George P. Gilman, Waverley Cook. 

John Mi Mulcahy, St. Joseph's rJ^T* 1 * 7 
A Hand, All Saints' Enis.,' 
Watertown 
Saunderson, Waverley XJn., 

Waverley 
fecott, Waverley Baptist 

Charles J. McGinnis, Waverlev 

Confectionery and Fruit- **** 
De„?is J t°l ane ' waverley 

John F. McDonald, 
Dressmakers— 

Mrs. L. Gorham, 

Mrs. E. M. King, 
D J-«tt-Kists-Frauk W 

Burton N. Holmes, 
Dr > Goods— Mrs 



Waverley 

Waverley 
Bank. Win- 



Waverley 



Waverley 



Waverley 



Waverley 
Waverley 



Waverley 
Waverley 



Edward A. 
Henry H. 
Charles S. 

; oal ai 

Charles 



Waverley 



Waverley 

Waverley 
Gilcreas 

Ods-Mrs. Armstrong WaV6rley 
J. Henrv Kendall «. 

■McDonald's Boston Express 

Pl«t y - U s Boston Express 
* *orists — 

Will[ am W. Kcitrar tt- 

°«orge A. Holme?" * aTCrIey 

John Husband - 
Grocers-Aaron A 
}?M. M. M. Drown 
Charles C. Chase. 
Herbert H. Russell 
L| liot E. Smart, 



Adam3 



Waverley 
Waverley 

Waverley 



Hairdressers— William 


Mahoney 


Fred Wolff, 


Waverley 


Hardware, Stoves, Etc. — 


Fred P. Rogers 




Hay and Grain- 




Charles J. McGinnis 




Herbert H. Russell, 


Waverley 


Hospital — McLean Hospital, Edward 


Cowles, M. D., supt., Waverley 


Insurance Agents — 




Winthrop L. Chenery 




Charles J. Smith. 


Waverley 


Jeweler and Watchmaker — 


John Gill, 


Waverley 


Justices of the Peace 




Llewellyn H. Bartlett 




Horace W. Ball, 


Waverley 


E. C. Benton, 


Waverley 


Amos L. Brainard 




George G. Bryant, 


Waverley 


Winthrop L. Chenery 




T. W. Davis. 


Waverley 


Fred Dodge 




L. G. Dennett. 


Waverley 


Warren P. Dudley 




J. Henry Fletcher 




Gustavus C. Holt, 


Waverley 


Henry S. Harris, 


Waverley 


William M. Nassau 




Chandler Robbins 




Abraham B. Shedd, 


Waverley 


George T. Tuttle, 


Waverley 


Lawyers — Frederic Dodge 




L. Guy Dennett, 


Waverley 


Iiibi'ary — Belmont Public, 


Mrs. Nellie 


F. McCabe, lib. 




3Iarket Gardeners- 




Charles H. Chenery & Son- 


s 


Thomas L. Creely 




Frost Brothers 




J. Herbert Frost 




Varnum Frost 




Hittinger Fruit Co. 


* 


Converse F. Livermore 




Long Brothers 




John Morrissey 


, 


Edwin P. Marston 




Charles H. Slade 




Leonard Stearns 




Joseph 0. Wellington 




Charles W. Winn 




Masons — George K. Bacon 




James Fisher, 


Waverley 


Forbes L. McKenzie, 


Waverley 


Music Teacher— J. Stanley 


Preston 


Newsdealer — 


i 


John R. Maekessy, 


Waverley j 


Notaries Public — 


Joseph H. Cullis. 


Waverley 


Gustavus C. Holt, 


Waverley 


Nurseryman — 




William W. Edgar, 


Waverley 


Painters— Willis B. Holbrook 




Eden Price (carriage) 




John B. Perault 




George A. Perkins 




Merton Simonds 




F. E. Smith (carriage) 




Physicians- 




Leonard B. Clark, 


Waverley 


A. D. Gay, 


Waverley 



Walter K. Jewett 

Florence H. Tresilian (Horn.) 

Henry A. Yenetchi 
Piano Tuner — 

Fred F. Bearce, 
Pool llooot — 

Henry R. Higglna, 



Waverley 
Waverley 



THIS BOOK SEetSiesbgeasMc 



should be in every business office. 



MASSACHUSETTS YEAR BOOK. 



BELMONT— Continued. 

Plumbers— 

Michael T. Burke, Waverley 

Fred P. Rogers 
Pork Products— Wm. II. Burke 
Post Olliccs and Postmasters— 

Belmont — Aaron A. Adams 

Waverley — John It. Mackessy 
Provision Dealers— Geo. W. Bean 

Walter S. Gay, Waverley 

Wheeler & Bennison 
Real Estate Agents— 

Gorham & McCarthy 



Stables— William M. Dunsford 

W. H. Keepan, Waverley 

Stoves, Furnaces and Tin- 

wnre — Fred P. Rogers 
Tailor— 

0. H. Oberg, Waverley 

Teamsters— James Fisher 

William II. Keegan, Waverley 

William McDonald 
Undertaker — William L. Lockhart 
Wheelwrights — Eden Price 

William F. Shean 



BERKLEY. 



In Bristol Co., 3 m. south of Taunton on Taunton Div. Old Colony Sys. N. 
Y., N. H. & II. R. R. Inc. April 18, 1735. Pop. 055. 
Villages— Myricksville, Burt's Corner, Berkley Bridge. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting second Monday 

In March. 
Clerk— Giles L. Leach 
Selectmen— Calvin T. Crane, ch. 

Charles H. Macomber 

Herbert F. Briggs, Segreganset 
Auditor— G. II. My rick, Segreganset 
Treasurer and Collector- 
Noah H. Strange 
Assessors— Giles L. Leach, chairman 

Benjamin E. Townsend 

Charles F. Paull, Myrick's 

Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables- 
Charles M. Wade, Myrick's 

Herbert F. Briggs 

Charles Corey 

Charles O. Thrasher 

John H. Thrasher 

Isaac Cole, Myrick's 

Job D. Briggs 

Frederick L. Williams 
Highway Surveyors- 
Eugene E. Whitaker 

Edwin H. Allen 

Samuel C. Norcutt 

Darius B. Phillips 

Job D. Briggs 

John H. Thrasher 

Charles M. Wade, Myrick's 

Cemetery Commissioners — 

Calvin T. Crane 

Capt. George Cummlngs 

Edwin H. Allen 
Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Charles W. Cook, ch. 



James Paull, 
Alton W. Read 



Myrick's 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

A net i on eer — 

Frank S. Macomber, Myrick's 

11 1 nc k s in i t h s — 

Frank S. Macomber, Myrick's 

James McGuire 
Clergymen and Chnrches— 

Franklin K. Beem, Congregational 

W. A. Gardner, Methodist 

Charles S. Thurber, Methodist, Myrick's 
Coal and Wood— H. A. Dean 
Express— New York & Boston Despatch 
General Store — 

Restcome Macomber & Son, Myrick's 

Grist Mill— 

Levi T. Churchill, Myrick's 

Jnstices of the Peace — 

Calvin J. Crane 

James D. Dillingham 

Herbert A. Dean 

Giles L. Leach 
Lftwyer-James D. Dillingham 
Library — Berkley Town Library, Julia 

R. Burt, lib. 
Mason— David Hoxie 

Notary Public— James D. Dillingham 
Nurseryman- C. D. Babbitt 
Post Oiliees and Postmasters — 

Berkley — Mrs. John A. Read 

Myrick's — Restcome Macomber 
Provision Dealers— T. H. Case 

William A. Bent 
Saw Mills- 
Levi Churchill, Myrick's 

J. C. Haskins & Son. Myrick's 

Sexton— Henry Hathaway 
Stable — Geo. R. Macomber, Myrick's 



BERLIN. . 



In Worcester Co., 14 m. northeast of Worcester and 32 m. west of Boston 
on Mass. Central Div. B. & M. R. R. ; also on Northern Div. Old Colony Sys. 
N. Y., N. II. & II. R. It. Inc. 1S12. Pop. 897. 

Villages— Berlin Center, Cartervilie, West Berlin, South Berlin. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 
March. 



Clerk— Frank II. Crossman 
Selectmen— 
Robert R Wheeler, ch. 



WARF1IHG! 



The MASSACHUSETTS YEAH BOOK Ii published by P. S. Blanctiarl 
& Co., Worcester, and is duly copyrighted. Anyone unlawfully using or 
appropriating its contents will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. 



BERLIN-BERNARDSTON. 



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Daniel P. Hartwell 

Sidney B. Carter, West B. 

Auditor— James E. Andiews 

Treasurer and Collector— Willis Rice 

Assessors- 
Charles J. G. Hubbard, cb. 
Samuel Wheeler 
William S. Eager 

Overseers Poor— Selectmen 

Constables— Henry A. Wheeler 
Isaac F. Parmenter 

Highway Commissioners- 
John H. Barnes, 
Spencer C. Chamberlin 
Walter A. Wheeler, South B. 

Cemetery Commissioners—" 
Charles M. Sawyer 
Chester A. Sawyer 
Arthur Hastings, 

Board of Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee— H. A. Wheeler, en. 

Minnie E. Chamberlin 

Truman P. Pel ton, West B. 

Supt.— Corwin F. Palmer 



West B. 



South B. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Basket Mfr.— Silas Sawyer 
Blacksmiths— John Keating 

E. O. Perry 
Boot and Shoe Mfr.— John H. Parker 
Carpenters— S. B. Carter 

D. P. Hartwell 

Addison Keyes 
Carriage Dealer— John A. Jones 
Carriage Maker— H. A. Stone 



Clergymen and Churches- 
Arthur P. Pratt, First Cong, (supply) 

J, H. Puffer (supply), Methodist 

A. E. Wilson, First Unitarian 
Coal Dealer— Silas R. Carter, West B. 
Expresses — American Express Co. 

New York & Boston Despatch 
Florists— Minnie Chamberlain 

W. S. Eager 

W. A. Hartshorn 

Willis Rice 

C. M. Sawyer 

Samuel Wheeler 
General Stores- 
Silas R. Carter. West B. 

W. H. Lasselle 

John A. Merrill 

John E. Walter, South B. 

Gj-ist and Saw Mills— 

Babcock & Felton, West B. 

E. W. Wheeler, South B. 

Ice Denier— S. R. Carter 
Justices of the Peace— 

Amory A. Bartlett 

Arthur Hastings 

Willis Rice 

James D. Tyler 
Library- Berlin Free Public Library 

Mary M. Babcock, lib. 
Market Gardeners — C. B. Maynard 

Henry Wheeler 

Samuel Wheeler 
Mason — Alonzo F. Green 
Notary Puhlie— James D. Tyler 
Painters— Isaac Parmenter (house) 

Chester A. Sawyer (carriage) 
Post Ollices and Postmasters— 

Berlin— E. C. Shattuck 

West Berlin— S. R. Carter 

South Berlin— J. Walter 
Provision Dealer— Frank Hartwell 
Stable— John H. Keating 
l-ndertaker— Silas Sawyer 
Wheelwrights— John Jones 

H. A. Stone 



BERNARDSTON. 



In Franklin Co., 100 m. west of Boston and 7 m. north of Greenfield on B. 
& M. R. R. (Conn. & Pass. Div.). Inc. March 6, 1762. Pop. 778. 

TOWN OFFICERS. Prin. Powers Institute- 

Annual town meeting first Mondav In E " E " Saw y er 

March. 

Clerk— Henry L. Crowell 

Selectmen— Edwin B. Hale, ch. 
L. Dwight Slate 
Edwin C. Mnrtindale 

Auditors— Albert B. Warner 
Henry O. Root 

Treasurer— Henry L. Crowell 

Collector— Fred R. Harris 

Assessors— Selectmen 

Overseers Poor— Selectmen 

Constables— Fred R. Harris (civil) 
Adelbert S. Atherton 

Highway Commissioner- 
Edwin B. Hale 

Board Health— Selectmen 

Public Schools. 

Committee— William Wight, ch. 
Abbott C. Brown 
Clarence S. Hale 

CATALOGUE PRINTING 



BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 

Auctioneer— A. S. Atherton 
Blacksmiths— Frederick H. Allen 

Egbert E. Cairns 
Boot and Shoe Repairer — 

I'. W. Bardwell 
Cider Mfr.— Ralph Cushman 
Clergymen and Churches— 

R. E. Berks, First Cong. (Un.) 

S. P. Everett, Baptist, P. O. Greenfield 

L. I. Holway, Methodist 

David H. Strong, Goodale Memorial Cong. 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 

Stillman Barber (Un.) 

Charles N. Merrifleld (Meth.) 
Coal Dealer— Charles S. Barber 
Cutlery Ml'rs.-E. S. Ilurlbert & Co. 
Dressmaker — Miss Sylvia T. Park 
Express— American Express Co. 

Is our specialty. We do good work or 

none at all. Try us. 
P. S. BLANCHARD & CO-, WOKCESTEK. 



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BERNARDSTON— Continued. 

General Stores— R. L. dwell & Son 

O. W. Gray 

W. A. Stratton & Son 
Grist Mill— 'Charles S. Barber 

Cola Nelson 
Hairdresser— John W. Chapln 
Hotel — New England House 

G. B. Reed, prop. 
Ice Dealer— A. B. Cushman (estate) 
Insurance Agents— 

R. L. Crowell & Son 
Justice of tlie Peace— R. L. Crowell 
Library— 

Cushman Library. Rev. D. H. Strong, lib. 
Mason— Luke Allen 



Painter— A. F. Rice 

E. H. Tottinpham (carriage) 
Provision Dealer— 

A. B. Cushman (estate) 
Physicians— William J. Bolton 

Charles Bowker 
Post Oiliee and. Postmaster— 

F. W. Bardwell. Bernardston 
Saw Mills— J. W. Chapin 

Cola Nelson 

Schools- 
Powers Institute. E. E. Sawyer, prin. 

Soap Makers— S. H. Atherton & Son 

Stable— W. A. Stratton 

l : ndertnkcr-F. R. Park 

"Wheelwright— C. 0. Cook 



BEVERLY. 



In Essex Co., IS m. northeast of Boston. 2 m. north of Salem on Eastern 
Div. B. & M. R. R. ; electric cars to Peabody, Salem. Danvers, Gloucester, 
Asbury Grove. Wenham and Ipswich. Founded Oct. 14, 1GG3; inc. a city 
March 23, 1894. Pop. 11,802. 

Villages— North Beverly, Beverly Farms, Montserrat or Centerville, Pride's 
Crossing, Cove Harbor, Ryal Side. 

Vote foe Mayor for 1809. 

Wards 12 3 4 5 6 Totals. 

Perry Collier ITS 136 169 147 132 61 823 

Benjamin D. Webber 307 234 22C 230 OS 136 1231 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 

City election Tuesday after second 

Monday in December. 
Mayor— Benjamin D. Webber, S500; 

hours 5-6 
Aldermen — Meetings first and third 
Wednesday evenings of each 
month. 
President, Thomas B. Broughton 
(R), at large 
Clerk, Luther S. Herrick 
Parker S. Davis 
William A. Lee 
Seth Friend 
Frank A. Foster 
Asa F. Lee 
Daniel W. Hardy 
Common Coujjcilmen— Meetings first 
and third Monday evenings of 
each mouth. 
President, Daniel P. Foster 
Ward 1. William J. Brown 
Charles R. Elliott 
John F. Williams 
Ward 2. Charles L. Odell 
Lucius II. P- Try 
Charles F. Symonds 
Ward 3. J. Frank Clark 
N. Lewis Gould 
F. A. E. Hamilton 
Ward 4. John B. Goldsmith 
George E. Johnson 
Wallace P. Legro 
Ward 5. Daniel P. Foster 

Joseph F. Andrews 
Frank A. Woodbury 
Ward 6. Daidei J. Linehau 
Albert II. INiolu 
Howard E. Morgan 



City Officers. 

City Clerk, Luther S. Herrick. $1330; 

hours 8.30-12.30, 2-5 
Treasurer, Chas. F. Lee, $600; hours 

1-2, Tuesday 9-2 
Auditor, Ezra Standley, S500 
Collector, Andrew S. Edwards, $1100. 

including clerical assistance; hours 

8-12. 2-5 
City Physician, James A. Shatswell, 

$400 
Solicitor, Dennis W. Quill, $600 
Messenger, David T. Hauners. $800 
City Marshal, Wm. A. Ferguson, 

S1000. 
Chief Fire Department, L. K. Good- 
hue. $300 
Street Commissioner. John W. Lov- 

ett, $1300: hours 11-12 
Supt. Bridges. Adoniram Porter 
Inspector Animals and Provisions, 

H. D. Lambert. $250 
Inspector Milk, Wm. A. Ferguson 
Sealers Weights and Measures. Jas. 

P. Abbott and Nehemiah S. Heron 
City Engineer, Wm. J. Berry, $1000 
Registrars Voters— 

John B. Cressy, $100 

John F. Hill. $100 

George P. Brown, $100 

City Clerk, ex-officlo, $100 
Parks Commissioners— 

Edmund Putnam 

Melville Woodbury 

Rufus E. La room 
Managers Pureic Cemeteries— 

Israel F. Lee 

Charles S. Brown 

Charles Cressy 



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353 Towns and Cities. 



Augustus A. Galloupe 

Rufus Larcoua 
Supt. Cemeteries, George F. Stand- 
ley, 9600 
Assessors— Hours 9-12, 2-5 

Hervey Lunt, $600 

George Pierce, $600 

John M. Murney, SC0O 
Overseers Pook— € ffice, Odd Fel- 
lows' Bldg. 

Joseph H. Herrick. $30 

William H. Ferriek, $50 

William C. Morgan, $50 

Clerk, William H. Ferriek, $500 

Supt. Almshouse, Walter Farnham, 
S5TX) 
Commissioners Sinking Fund— 

PvObert It. Fndicott 

Augustus P. Loring 

Horace P. Woodbury 
Water Board— Hours S-o. Office, 
Odd Fellows' Bldcr. 

John H. Woodbury, ch. ?lo0 

George n. Cressy, $50 

Frank Woodbury, 2d, $50 

Clerk, Frank W. Swan, $750 

Supt., James W. Elackmer, $1300 

Engineer Pumpinjr Station, Clar- 
ence B. Holly, $1000 
Hoard Health— Hours 0-12 

Frank A. Cowles, $50 

Henry E. Dodge, 2d. $50 

Ivers S. Burnham. $50 

Clerk, Ivers S. Burr.ham 

Agent, George H. Thissell, $300 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Meetings last Tuesday in 

each month. 
Roland W. Boyden, ch. 
Dudley N. Griffin 
Fred C Dod-e 
Charles G. Hardy 
Annie March Kiiham 
Mary B. Smith 
Rufus H. Woodbury 
Arthur K. Ober 
Eli R. Hodgkins 
Supt. Schools and Seere'-ary School 

Committee. Adalbert L. " Safford. 

$1800: hours, school days. 5 to 6: 

school davs, Mondavs. 7. SO to 9. 

Office, Odd Fellows' Bldg. 
Prin. High School, B. Sumner Hurd, 

$1500 
Constables— William A. Ferguson 
A. Norton Tyler 
Samuel D. Wallace 
James F. Potter 
Henry E. Podg". 2d 
Frank S. Raymond 
George F. Ober 

None qnalitied to serve Civil Pro- 
cess. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricnltnrnl Implements. 

^"hitcomb-Carcer Co., 1S2 Cabot 

100,000 FS^S 



Grush, Charles E., 14 Prospect 
Smith, Weldon B., 153 Cabot 
Swan, George, Lovett 

Artists' 31aterials. 

Porter, J. V., £ Co., 26 Railroad av. 

Art Publishers. 

Brown, G. P., &. Co., 3S Lovett 

Auctioneers. 

Collier, Perry, 11 Pleasant 
Jewett, Leonard W„ 106 Rantoul 
Lee. Charles F., 155 Cabot 
Murney, John M., 153 Cabot 
Porter, Samuel, 147 Cabot 

Bakers. 

Dlrigo Bakery, 255 Cabot 
Kllnk, Carl E., 143 Cabot 
Morgan Bros., 4 Bartlett and 153 Rantoul 
Pooie, Lizzie A., 43 Pond 
Stickney, George C, Co. (-wholesale and 
retail;, 20 Lovett 

Bands and Orchestras. 

Arnold's Orchestra, Richard Arnold, lead- 
er, 73 Rantoul 

Beverly Cadet Band, Charles Kaeeland, 
leader, 32 R.ailroad av. 

Banks. 

Beverly Co-operative Bank, Harrie L. Ober, 

sec, 155 Cabot 
Beverly National Bank, Allen H. Bennett, 

cash., 177 Cabot 
Eeverly Savings Bank, Charles H. Kiiham, 

treas., 177 Cabot 

Bicycle Dealers. 

Hamilton, F. A. E., iz Co., 153 Rantoul 
Kiiham &, Harper, 87 Rantoul 
Marshall, William W„ 24 1-2 Cabot 
Wood, J» Elmer, 75-77 P.antoul 

Bill Posters. 

Cahoon, Luther A., 44 Cabot 

Billiard Rooms. 

Webber, Samuel F.. 122 Cabot 
Blacksmiths. 

Dudley, Charies F., 60 Dodge 
D-*-yer, John, Hale 
Friend Bros., 231 Rantoul 
Guinivan. James T., SO Water 
Haskell, Frederic P., 316 Cabot 
Hayward, W. Holten, 25 Water 
Linehan, Timothy J., Hale 
Marshall, Adeibert M.. & West 
Marshall &: Newhall, 30 Water 
Murphy, Michael J., Vine ct» 
Qulgley, John, 257 Hale 
Sawyer, Eibridge C, 126 Rantoul 
Smith, William A., 121 Park 
Torrey, James., 318 Cabot 
Waliace, Samuel D., 53 Dodge 
Woodberry, Jesse F., r. 5 Woodbury 
Young &. Purinton, 215 Rantoul 

Boardinir Houses. 
Aldrich, Mrs. Fannie E., 23 Fayette 
Amazeen. Mrs. A. W. , 1% Fayette 
Cannon. Mrs. Jane, Ha3kell 
Christie, Mrs. Ellen N., 31 Home 
Davis, Mrs. Alverretta L., 157 Cabot 
Dowd, Mrs. Mar:-' (summer.). High 



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State 

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BEVERLY— Continued. 

Frost, Mrs. Mary E., 6 Rantoul 
Hall. Mrs. Benjamin O., 4 Congress 
Hotel Walter, H. A. Walter, prop.. 80 

Rantoul 
Lord, Mrs. F. W., 25 Bow 
McDonald, Mrs. Ann, 21 Fayette 
McEacheru. Mrs. Mary. 10 Fayette 
Martin, Annie, 25 River 
Munsey, Mrs. Mary E., 49 Railroad av. 
Stockwell, Mrs. Gertrude "L.. 1G Bridge 
Wallis, Mrs. Mary E., 9 Railroad av. 
Warner, Abraham R., 21 Atlantic av. 
Williams, Mrs. M. A., 43 1-2 Abbott 

Board of Trade. 

Beverly Board of Trade, Arthur A. For- 
ness, sec, 129 Cabot 

Boat Builders. 
BEZANSON BROS., 53 Water. See 
adv. 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

Beverly News Co., 170 Cabot 
Wilson, Joseph A., 146 Cabot 

Boot and Shoe Box Mfrs. 

Allen, George H., 172 Rantoul 
Friend. J. P., & Co.. 60 Pleasant 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Central Shoe Store, 120 Cabot 
Dudley, John F., 136 Dodge 
Giles, Edmund, 154 Cabot 
Nugent. Bros., 52 Railroad av. 
Putnam. Edmund, 190 Cabot 
Stanley, Andrew, Hal* 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

Whltcomb-Carter Co., 182 Cabot 

Boot and Shoe Machinery Mfrs. 

Beverly Machine Works, r. 61 Rantoul 
Consolidated McKay Lasting Machine Co., 

53 Rantoul 
Naumkeag Buffing Machine Association. 36 

Cabot 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Abbott, Samuel L.. 25S Cabot 

Clayton Joseph, 37 Front 

Davis, William J., 137 'Cabot 

Dudley, John F., 136 Dodge 

Fielder, Woodbury, 13S Lothrop 

Giles, Edmund. 154 Cabot 

Hall, Benjamin O., 4 Congress 

McLaughlin, William. 16 Front 

Millett. Morris B., 409 Cabot 

Nash, John H., 81 1-2 Cabot 

Nutter, John 172 A Rantoul 

Pesce, Joseph, 154 Cabot 

Rams, Harry, 2 S3 Cabot 

Richardson. Charles H., 178 1-2 Rantoul 

Boot and Shoe Mfrs. 

Baker, J. H., 39 Park 
Baker, Louis P., & Co., 41 Park 
Batchelder. Charles S., r. 61 Rantoul 
Bay State Boot & Shoe Co., 75 Park 
Bradstreet. Marsters & Appleton, Park, 

cor. Bow 
Bray. Stanley &. Webber, 1 Park 
Caldwell. Edward J., 594 Cabot 
Curtis & Lee. 1 Park 
Dennis, John J.. 2d. 77 Rlsson 



Elliott, C. L.. cor. Railroad av. and Ran- 
toul 
Franklin Shoe Co.. cor. Railroad av. and 

Rantoul 
Frazier & Co., 55 Pleasant 
Hassett. D. J., & Co., 59 Rantoul 
Hinkley. J. H., & Co.. r. 61 Rantoul 
Larcom, R. Edward, 59 Park 
Lefavour, Charles P., 55 Bow 
Millett, Woodbury & Co.. 61 Rantoul 
Murray, Cone & Co., Rantoul. cor. Fsy- 

ett« 
Norwood. Elbrid^e, 85 Rantoul 
Nugent Bros., 52 Railroad av. 
Perry & Wood. 59 Broadway 
Porter. Jeremiah L. , 5S Railroad av. 
Raymond & Mader. 1 Park 
Seavey. F. A.. & Co., 59 Rantoul 
Tuck. Walter E.. & Co.. .".3 Broadway 
Wallis. J. A.. & Sons, 63 Bow 
Wilson, John, 63 Federal 
Woodberry, Frank. 81 Park 
Woodbury Bros.. 40 Rantoul 

Boot and Shoe Patterns. 

Cree. William O.. 55 Broadway 

Bottlers. 

Woodbury, C. H., Co., 37 Park 

Box Makers. 

Allen, George H., 172 Rantoul 
Friend. J. P., & Co., 6o Pleasant 
Kilham. D. A.. & Co.. 36 Cabot 

Brokers. 

Wood, William L. (money), 55 Pleasant 

Cabinet Makers. 

Rounds. Millard F., 5 Hale 

SMITH, JOHN W., 90 Park. See adv. 

St. Clair, H. M., & Co., Bow, cor. Rantoul 

Cabin Joiners. 

WHITE 4& HOLLIS, 53 Water. See 
adv.- 

Card Manufacturers. 

Brown, George P., & Co., 38 Lovett 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Andrews, Benjamin, 46 Front 
Butman & Remsen, r. 22 Essex 
Cann, Edgar C. 124 Rantoul 
Carter & Gibney, 15 Central ct. 
Churchill, Frederic W., 2 Bay 
Coffin, William E., Cabot 
Currie. Lorren C, 26 W. Dane 
Danforth, E. F., & Son, 179 Dodge 
Dexter, Samuel R., Park, cor. Dane 
Edwards, Edwin A., 48 Essex 
Foster. Horace H., 6 Braekenbury 
Foster, J., &• Son, 265 Hale 
Galloupe, William, 6 Ober 
Gregg. John W., 7 Rantoul 
Hardy & Day. 2 High 
Lufkln, George, 12 Harrison av. 
McCabe, William P., 30 Water 
Morissey & Pellorin, 606 Cabot 
Ober, I. & E. H., Hale 
Ober, John T., 28 Abbott 
Ober, Prince, 303 Cabot 
Ober, S. F.. & Son, 32 Central 
Peters, William. 1 Gardner 
Porter, Adoniram, 21 Winthrop av. 
Puhllcover Bros., Hale, n. West 
Rankin, Vernon L., IS Highland av. 
Snow, Melancthon 0., 202 Bridge 



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Fass of tho Stntn. ami is rlnlv rnnvrurhtpd. 



Stanley, Andrew, r. City Hall 
Taylor. Jacob, 32 Pleasant 
Wallls, Henry B., 96 Corning 
Wallls & Allen, 234 Hale 
^White & Hollis (yacht), 53 Water 
White, Jeremiah, 29 Lothrop 
White, Leslie N., 6 Dearborn av. 
Whitman. George N., 30 Ocean 
Woodberry. Richard A., 7 Lake Shore av. 

Carriage Makers. 

Bruhm, Robert C, 14 1-2 Roundy 
Crowell, William B., Jr., 316 Cabot 
Friend Bros., 231 Rantoul 
Haskell. Frederic P., 316 Cabot 
Mains. James, 219 Rantoul 
Peaslee, L. B., Vine ct. 
Young & Purlnton, 215 Rantoul 

Carriage Mfrs. 

Sawyer, Elbridge C, 126 Rantoul 

Carriage Repositories. 

Eruhm. Robert C, 14 1-2 Roundy 
Sawyer, Elbridge C, 126 Rantoul 

Carriage Trimmers. 
Friend, Joseph E., 7 Cabot 
Keddie, Robert' C, 172B Rantoul 
Sawyer, Arthur W.. 217 Rantoul 
Sawyer, Elbridge C, 126 Rantoul 

Cement Ware Mfr. 

Ober, Andrew M., 17 Union Factory, Porter 

Cider and "Wine Makers. 

Brackett Bros., 147 Rantoul 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Beverly News Co., 170 Cabot 
Bragdon, Arthur E., 166 Rantoul 
Browne, Clarence E., 93 Cabot 
Crouse, William A., 134 Cabot 
Dudley. John F., 136 Dodge 
Marshall, Asa O., 3 West 
Roberts, Benjamin W., 10 Enon 

Civil Engineers. 

Berry, William J., 153 Cabot 
Hammond, Frank W., 153 Cabot 

Clergymen and Churclies. 

Barney, E. N., First Universalist, 61 Lov- 

ett 

, Washington St. Cong. 

Bennett, Robert, Second Baptist, Beverly 

Farms 
Bulkley. B. L., First Parish. Unitarian. 

26 Broadway 

. First Baptist, 41 Federal 

Curran, Francis J., St. Margaret's R. C, 

25 Cabot 
Huiginn, E. J. V., St. Peter's Episcopal, 

27 Abbobtt 
KUey, Michael, St. Margaret's R. C. 23 

Cabot 
Richardson, W. N., Avenue Methodist, 

Railroad av. 
Waring. E. C, Second Cong., 1 Conant 
Van Horn, Francis J., Dane St. Cong., 

5 Bay 

— , Centerville Religious Union 

UNSETTLED CLERGYMEN. 
Adams, Arthur P.. 21 West Dane 
Coats. Albert B., 41 Federal 
Cole. Gideon 28 Pond 
Lanphear. Orpheus T., 13 Washington 



Reade, W. Churchill, 17 Loveit 
Thacher, Seth T., 14 Chase 

Clothing Dealers. 

'leld & Kennedy, 194 Cabot 
Griffin & Co., 218 Cabot 

Coal and Wood. 

Allen, George W., 7 Pond 

Beverly Farms Coal Co., Hale 

Corlise, Lawson E., r. 124 Rantoul 

Fail field. James, 7 Water 

Girdler, John, 15 Cabot 

Harrigan, John J., Pleasant, cor Park 

Pickett Coal Co., 15 Water 

Concrete Pavers. 

Fllzgibbon, Thoma3, 40 Abbott 
McSweeney & Cahill, 5 Prospect 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Bertuccl, Joseph, 170 Rantoul 

Bona ventura. Misses, 'Cabot, cor. Hale 

Brown Bros., 32 Rantoul 

Cussassa, D. A., 125 Cabot 

Dirigo Bakery, 255 Cabot 

Fossa, Pasquale, 81 Cabot 

Ginosklo, Domenico, 122 Rantoul 

Malatesta, Joseph. 2S0 Cabot 

Rollins. Adrian F. (wholesale), 8 Harrison 

av. 
Vanacore, Ferdinand, 142 Cabot 
Wilson, Joseph A.. 146 Cabot 

Dentists. 

Burnham, C. Boardman. 122 Cabot 
Davenport, Melvin E., 156 Cabot 
Dudley, Edmund B., 107 Cabot 
Durfey. J. Austin, 2 Cabot 
Hood. Clarence O., 122 Cabot 
Swasey, Oscar F., 24 Hale 

*Dining Rooms. 

Wiley, Mrs. Etta S., 138 1-2 Rantoul 

Doors, Snsli and Blinds. 

Putnam & Pope, 82 River 

Dressmakers. 

Arnold. Mrs. Catherine E., 2 Milton 

Bell, Annie, 25 Balch 

Boucher, Annie E., 19 Fayette 

Brown, Bertha E., 15 Central 

Butler, Mrs. Martha A., 43 Cabot 

Carter, Mrs. Sarah J., 180 1-2 Rantoul 

Clark, Hattle B., 22 Judson 

Cunningham. Mrs. Esther L., 5 Arthur 

Davis, Ellen F., 8 Hale 

Davis. Sarah E., 8 Hale 

Dike, Sarah M., 41 Washington 

Downing, Susie E., 14 Central ct. 

Downs, Anna M., 29 Stone 

Downs, Mrs. Mary D., 16 Cox ct. 

Edwards. Anna G., 5 Roundy 

Elliott, Mary J. Mrs. 16 Dane 

Foster, Abbie C. 10 Federal 

Goldsmith, Maebell, 7 Briscoe 

Gculd, Mary A. 2 Hardy 

Grant. Mary W. 36 Beckford 

Grason, Mary H. Mrs. r. 9 Washington 

Gray, Jennie I. 5 Harrison av. 

Hanson. Charlotte E. 107 Lothrop 

Haskell. Elizabeth E. 28 Thorndike 

Haskell. Julia E. Mrs. 232 Hale 

Ingersoll, Lillie W. 2 Judson 

Jones, Elizabeth W. Mrs. 10 Summer 

Kimball. Victoria Mrs. 198 Rantoul 

Larthnrd. NWlifi G. Mrs. 32 Pleasant 



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BEVERLY— Continued. 

LaFavour, Florence E. 31 Lothrop 
Lowe, Grace E. Mrs. 4S Charnock 
Lyons, Mina C. Mrs. 9 Lothrop 
McConnell. Adelia R. 3 Ober 
Mayo, Maria J. 46 Wallis 
Mills, Fannie E. Mrs. 1S4 Cabot 
Mitchell, Lucy E. 42 Bow 
Morisey, Nellie A. Mrs. 67 Essex 
Murray, Etta F. 15 Lovett 
Obear, Nellie F. 44 Federal 
Parker, Sarah S. Mrs. IS Federal 
Patterson, Ethel M. Mrs. 8 Hancock 
Pickett, Carrie F. Cabot 
Pickett, M. Susie, 31 Lovett 
Preston, Nellie, 35 Broadway 
Raymond, Ella F. 42 Abbott 
Riddle, Bessie R. Mrs. 39 Washington 
Rogers, Mary C. Mrs. 84 Cabot 
Sinclair. A. B. Mrs. 152 Cabot 
Smith, Eliza S. Mrs. 27 Vestry 
Smith, Emily A. Mrs. Hale 
Standley, Bertha L. 269 Hale 
Sullivan, Mary E. Railroad av. 
Thompson, Mary E. Mrs. Bridge 
Tucker, Lizzie A. 20 Stone 
Whittier, Grace, 129 Cabot 

Druggists. 

Allen & Berry. 153 Rantoul 
Berry, G. C. & J. L. 259 Cabot 
Browne, Clarence E. 95 Cabot 
Delaney & Deeker, 207 Cabot 
Marshall, A. O. 3 West 
Moore. John H. 123 Cabot 
Oxuard, John H. 188 Cabot 
Standley, Horace, 151 Cabot 
Stickney. Seaward L. 273 Cabot 

Dry Goods. 

Cockburn, Euphemie M. 265 Cabot 
Doble, C. L. & Co. 192 Cabot 
Hunter, Clara B. 291B Cabot 
McGloin, Elizabeth F. Hale 
Morse, John L. 149 Cabot 
Pitcher, John W. 137 Cabot 

Earthenware 31 fr. 

Lawrence, C. A. Lawrence, Ct. 

Electricians. 

Woodbury Electric Co. 5 Hale 
Webb, Frank A. 145 Cabot 

Electroplaters. 

Beverly Machine Works, r. 61 Raruoul 

Excursion Agent. 

Burnham, Charles L. 129 Cabot 

Expresses. 

American Express Co. 7 Washington 
Beverly & Salem, George A. Appleton, 

prop. 1S6 Cabot 
Beverly & Salem, George A. Appleton, 

5 S. Hardy 
Beverly & Lynn, William H. Bell, prop. 

17 Bow 
City Express, J. N. Trask. prop. 36 Chase 
Cooke. P. W. & Co. 2 ] 2 Arthur 
Marshall & Moulton Express Co. 4 Wash- 

lntrton and 53 Brop.lwav 
Wenham, Beverly & Salem, Arthur Trask. 

prop. 595 Cabot 

TOWN REPORTS 



Fancy Goods. 

Hunter, Clara B. 291-B. Cabot 
Marshall. Asa O. 3 West 

Fish Dealers. 

Beverly Fish Market, 250 Cabot and 147 

Rantoul 
Huntoon, Benjamin, 164 Rantoul 
Jones, Fred S. 4S Elliott 
Kenney. James, 4 Pond 
Kilhaui, Oliver F. (wholesale) cor. Water 

and Lothrop 
May & Brooks. Hale 
North Shore Fish Co. 10 West 
Stopford, William. 133 Cabot 

Florists. 

Dow, James B. Hale 

Galloupe, George A. 6 Chestnut 

Guinivan, David H. 23 Lovett 

Larcom, Benjamin, 3 Jackson 

Mack, John, 38 Rantoul 

Mitchell, John E. 451 Cabot 

Ward. George E. 18 Lake Shore av. 

Flour and Grain. 

City Flour Store, 5 Abbott 

Dodge, A. & Son, 70 Park 

Linehan, D. M. & Co. Hale 

Willey. R. W. & Co. Hale 

Woodbury, Horace P. & Son, 123 Hale 

Furniture Dealers. 

Lunt, Albert C. 214 Cabot 

Packard, W. C. Furniture & Carpet Co. 

116 Cabot 
Rogers & Chase, 135 Cabot 

Gas Company. 

Beverly Gas.& Electric Co. Edward J. Has- 
sett, supt. Rogers bldg. Cabot 

Granite and Marble "Workers. 

Beverly Monumental Works, 22 Bisson 
Kimball, Hiram, 30 Butmau 
Long & Saftnders, 8 Essex 

Grocers. 

Andrews, Ella Mrs. 123 Water 

Beverly Co-operative Association, 228 Cabot 

Culliran, J. & Son, 28 Cabot 

Duncan, Oscar, 231 Cabot 

Hardy, D. W. & Son, Hale 

Hatch & Mitchell, 309 Cabot 

Huntoon, Benjamin, 164 Rantoul 

Martin, Fatrick H. 23 Front 

Messinger, William E. 178 Rantoul 

Morgan, John F. 455 Essex 

Newton, Albert E. 42 Bridge 

Pickett, Charles W. 234 Rantoul 

Place, Amos F. 208 Rantoul 

Plummer. Frank G. S3 Cabot 

Quirk & Bell, 139% Rantoul 

Roberts. Benjamin W. 10 Enon 

Smith, Franklin. 61 Bridge 

Southwiok. G. H. & Son. 199 Cabot and 5 

Abbott 
Sullivan. Owen P. 22 Cabot 
T T nion Market, 57 Cabot 
Webber, H. A. & J. W. 85 Cabot 
Woodbury, Horace P. 123 Hale 
Woodbury, Thomas I. 150 Rantoul 

Gunsmith and Machinist. 

Wood, J. Elmer, 75-77 Rantoul 

Hairdressers. 

| Bennett. Anms W. SO Railroad av. 
1 Burchstead. William H. 120 Essex 



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Casey, William J. 56 Water 
Chamberland, G. 127 Raiuoul 
Delaney. John, 34 Cabot 
DeSousa, Manuel I. 153 Cabot 
Ferrick, William H. Odd Fellows' blk. 
Gandreau, Peter, West 
Genniero, Carmine, 319 Cabot 
Houston & 'Coleman, 122 Cabot 
McNutt, George W. 168 Rantoul 
Page, Charles W. 279 Cabot 
Pepper, William T. 90 Cabot 
Silva, Antonio, 219 Cabot 
Sullivan, George, 24 Cabot 

Halls. 

City Hall, 750 sittings, 191 Cabot 

Clark's Opera House, 500 sittings, 3 Hale 

Marshall Hall, 150 sittings, 5 West, 15. 

Farms 
Neighbors' Hall, 200 sittings. West 
Union Hall, 250 sittings, 2 Essex 

Hardware Dealers. 

Hamilton, F. A. E. & 'Co. 153 Rantoul 
Marshall, William W. 24^ Cabot 
Whitcomb-Carter Co. 182 Cabot 

Harness Makers. 

Crosby, Forman A. 149 Rantoul 
Culbert, James A. Hale 
Howse, Thomas W. 10 Bow 
Works, Edna A. 16 Bow 

Hay and Straw. 

Burnham. Orrln B. 1S7 Rantoul 
Linehan, D. M. & Co. Hale 
Willey, R. W. & Co. Hale 

Hospital. 

Beverly Hospital, Miss S. J. Fisher mat- 
ron, 14 Central 

Hotels. 

Cabot House, Andrew J. Johnson, prop. 

92 Cabot 
Hotel Trafton, Darling L. Trafton, prop. 

76 Railroad av. 
Hotel Walter, Horace A. Walter, prop. SO 

Rantoul 

Ice Cream. 

Dirigo Creamery, 88 Park 
Kllnk, Carl E. 143 Cabot 

Ice Dealers. 

Beverly Ice Co., 89 Park 
Broughton, Thomas D. Enon 
Caldwell, Walter A. 573 Cabot 
Davis, Addison, Preston place 
Marshall, Joseph D. 59 Enon 

Innersoles. Heels, StiffeninR-s. 

Bradstreet, G. S. 37 Park 

Choate, W. E. Jr. & Co. 53n Bow 

Goodhue, L. K. & 'Co. 63 Federal 

Lawrence, Thomas H. 60' •> Railroad av. 

Lovett, Solon. 63 Federal 

Miller & Taylor, 121 Rantoul 

Smith & Pasanteau, 55 Broadway 

Insurance Agents. 

Daniels, George A. 34 Pond 

Forness, Arthur A. 153 Cabot 

Lee, Charles F. 155 Cabot 

Lefavour. Is-sachar <fc Son. 16 Washington 

MLRNEY, JOHN M. 153 Cabot 

Stone, Samuel H. 164 Cabot 



Jewelers and 'WatcLmakers. 

Hill. John B. & Son. 160 Cabot 
Hinchliffe, O. Conant, Cabot, cor. Dane 
Webb, Alden, 145 Cabot 

Junk: Dealers. 

Barnet, Albert. 61 Park 
Hinckley, Ezekiel F. 8 Spring 
McAdams, Francis J. (wholesale and re- 
tall) 46 Water 
Poland, William H. B. 62 Rantoul 
Woodberry, James M. 23 Federal 

Justices of tlie Peace. 



Abbott, James P. 
Andren, Alban 
Andren. Carl A. 
Appleton, Hooper A. 
Baker, John S. 
Boyden, Albert 
Boyden, Roland W. 
Burnham, Charles L. 
Callely, John J. 
Cheney, Ansel J. 
Cole, Joseph W. 
Collier, Perry 
Connolly, Thomas D. 
Crowell, Francis J. 
Danforth, Edward F. 
Daniels, George A. 
Dodge, Charles L. 
Driver, William R. 
Endicott, Robt. R. 
Giddinss, Edward L. 
Haskell, Clysses G. 
Herrick, Luther S. 
Hill, John B. 
Hoogs, Albert S. 
Kilham, Charles H. 
Lee, Charles F. 
Lefavour, Henry G. 



Lefavour, Issachar 
Loring, Augustus P. 
Lothrop, Thornton K. 
Luke, Otis H. 
Lynn, William C. 
Maloon, Edward A. 
McGowan. John F. 
Millett, Charles H. 
Morse, E. Rollins 
Moses, William P. 
Murney, John M. 
Norwood. Francis 
Ober, Charles E. 
Porter, Samuel 
Pride, Edward L. 
Quill, Dennis W. 
Ravmond. Frank S. 
Safford, Adelbert L. 
Sohier, William D. 
Standley, Elmer 
Stone, Samuel H. 
Stopford. William 
Thacher, Seth T. 
Twohig, William H. 
Wardwell. Linville H. 
Watson, John H. 
Webb, Alden 



Laundries. 

Beverly Custom Laundry, Haskell & Pick- 
ett, props. 61 Rantoul 
Beverly Steam Laundry, 1 Rantoul 

Lawyers. 

Boyden, Roland W. Hale, cor. Ocean 
Ford, Laurence A. Hale 
Haskell, Ulysses G. 66 Cabot 
McGowan, John F. Odd Fellows' blk. 
Quill, Dennis W. 153 Cabot 
Loring A. P. Thissell, near Common, Bev- 
erly Farms 
Twohig. William H. 153 Cabot 
Wardwell. Linville H. 285 Cabot 

Leather Belting. 

Choate & Brown, 38 Cabot 
Libraries. 

Beverly Public Library, Martha P. Smith, 

lib. City Hall 
Hunter, Clara B. 291B Cabot (circ.) 
Wilson, Joseph A. 146 Cabot (circ.) 

Lumber Dealers. 
Putnam & Pope, 82 River 

Luncli Cart. 

Pedrick. Charles A. 89 Rantoul 
Machinists «fc Machinery Mfrs. 

Beverly Machine Works, r. 61 Rantoul 
Fellows, B. W. Machine Co. cor. Park and 

Pleasant 
Smith. Ira A. 121 Rantoul 



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BEVERLY— Continued. 

Market Gardeners. 

Appleton, Edwin H. 35 Hull 
Appleton, Hooper A. 15 Hull 
Appleton, Horace F. 25 Hull 
Caldwell, Charles E. 5C4 Cabot 
Choate, Alfred P. 329 Dodge 
Cunningham, Howard, 318 Dodge 
Dodge, Frederick A. 203 Dodge 
Dodge, Levi W. 555 Cabot 
Edwards, George H. 320 Dodge 
Edwards, John F. 540 Essex 
Edwards, Justin M. 552 Essex 
Edwards, Stephen A. D. 228 Common 
Elliott, George H. 67 Grover 
Elliott. Stephen P. 460 Essex 
Foster, Arthur, 298 Dodge 
Foster, Issachar, Jr. 105 Corning 
Foster, John F. Brlmble av. 
Foster. John H. 259 Essex 
Glines, George W. 47 Dodge 
Glines, Sumner E. 676 Cabot 
Lee, Asa F. 517 Cabot 
Lee, Charles S. 517 Cabot 
Mason, Alfred A. 587 Cabot 
Mason, Charles A. 110 Dodge 
Morgan, Benjamin F. 451 Essex 
Morgan, John F. 451 Essex 
Patch. Charles H. 2 Hull 
Patch, Charles L. 500 Essex 
Potter, James F. 579 Cabot 
Preston. William H. Hart 
Riva. Charles E. 216 Dodge 
Roundy, Azor, 66 Hull 
Woodbury. Henry S. 54 Green 

Masons. 

Connolly Bros. Vine ct. 

Crosby, Forman A. 16 Judson 

Crosby & Cann, 31 Prospect 

Deschamp, Benjamin S. 21 Pleasant 

Fitzgibbon, Thomas, 40 Abbott 

Fowler. John C. 157 Rantoul 

Grady, Michael, cor. Chestnut and Chas 

Grant. Benjamin. 36 Bockford 

Unehan, D. & Son, Hale 

McSweeney & Cahill, 5 Prospect 

Morse, John P. 48 Bis=on 

<~>ber, Andrew M. 17 Union 

Ober, F. D. & W. B. Odell av. 

Ober, Theodore P. Odell av. 

Standley. Edward F. 269 Hale 

Twiss, Charles A. C. 9 Davis 

Upton, Edmund A. 71% Essex 

Watson, Lawrence, Hale 

Williams, Augustus. IS Federal 

Williams, Joseph H. 132 Rantoul 

Men's Furnishing Goods. 

Field & Kennedy, 194 Cabot 
Frazer, Fred D. 139 Cabot 
Griffin & Co. 218 Cabot 
Marshall, A. O. 3 West 
Nlckerson, Joseph M. 150 'Cabot 

Milliners. 

Allen, Flora E. 236 Hale 

Allen, Mary A. Mrs. 391 Cabot 

Davis, Annie, 5 Porter 

Lovett, Lucy F. 30} Cabot 

Moore, Alice A. Mrs. 105 Cabot 

Morley & Frost, 203 Cabot 

Putnam, Martha E. Mrs. 256 Cabot 

SUva, Mary, South 

Sullivan, Katharine F. I6V2 Cabot 

Mill Work. 
SMITH, JOHN W. 90 Park. See ad^ 



Morocco Mffr. 

Burns, William F. 68 River 

Music Teachers. 

Arnold, Richard A. Hotel Walter 
Boyden, Mary L. 6 Washington 
Gangloff, George W. 245 Rantoul 
Haskell, Agnes M. Hale 
Hurd, L. Mabel, 25 Railroad av. 
Llffin, Lizzie A. 10 Highland av. 
Scovllle, George F. 28 Atlantic av. 
Torrey, Anna, 106 Cabot 
Vining, David M. 3 Broadway 

Native Wines. 

Varney & Morrill, 281 Cabot 

Newsdealers. 

Beverly News Co. 170 Cabot 
Millett, George E. 138 Cabot 
Wilson, Joseph A. 146 Cabot 

Newspapers. 

Beverly Citizen, 3 Broadway, Charles A. 

King, prop. 
Beverly Evening Times, 32 Railroad av. 

Albert Vittum, prop. 
Beverly Weekly Times, 32 Railroad av. 

Albert Vittum, prop. 
Spirit of the World, Arthur P. Adams, 

prop. 21 W. Dane 
Wenham-Hamilton Star, 3 Broadway, 

Charles A. King, prop. 
Wenham-Hamilton Times, 32 Railroad av. 

Albert Vittum, prop. 

Notaries Puhlic. 

Andren, Alban 
Boyden, Roland W. 
Dodge. Charles L. 
Forness, Arthur A. 
Lee, Charles F. 
Ober. 'Charles L. 
Odell. Charles L. 
Porter, Samuel 
Stone, Saniuel H. 
Wardwell, Linville H. 
Watson, John H. 
Winslow, Herbert F. 

Novelties. 

Tuttle. E. N. & Co. 38 Cabot 

Nurserymen. 

Southworth Bros. r. 602 Cabot 

Nurses. 

Andrews, Sarah J. Mrs. 152 Park 
Bestwick, S. Frances Mrs. 19 Atlantic av. 
Cleaves, Benjamin A. 30 Lovett 
Clough, Maria A. Mrs. 2 Chapman pi. 
Cullen, Mary E. Mrs. Hart 
Foster, Eliza A. Mrs. 55 Essex 
Frewen, Annie Mrs. 11 Union 
Fry. Elizabeth, 266 'Cabot 
Glover, Clarence, 301 Cabot 
Gould, Mary S. Mrs. 3 Davis 
Haskell. Sarah E. Mrs. Hall 
Hemphill, S. L. W. Mrs. 2 Hardy 
Higglns, M. F. Mrs. 35 Washington 
Hines, Theodosia, 10 Central 
Lennon, Abby Mrs. 20 Lake Shore av. 
Levirs, Sarah Mrs. Federal 
Long, Lydla B. Mrs. 2 Elm 
McGregor, Alena, 10 Central 
Murphy, Annie Mrs. 44 Cabot 
Newell. Orpha A. Mrs. 139 Dodge 
Nlckerson, Phoebe H. Mrs. 2 Elm 



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Olding, Nancy G. 43^ Abbott 
Patch, Emma J. Mrs. 540 Essex 
Smith, Jane E. Mrs. 9 Know Item 
St. Clair, Carrie B. 48 Railroad av. 
Spalding. Charles L. 30 Bartlett 
Stone, Annie S. Mrs. 40 Pond 
Stuart, Nancy W. Mrs. 19 Federal 
Tinker, Sarah M. 2 Home 

Oiled Clothing Mfrs. 

Carter, J. P. Co. 135 Park 

Opticians. 

Hill, John B. & Son, 160 Cabot 
Webb. Alden, 145 Cabot 

Painters. 

Bruhm, Robert C. (carriage) 14% Roundy 

Choate. Edward, 331 Dodge 

Cohoon Bros. Odell av. 

Cook, E. Freeman, r. 12 Roundy 

Crosby, A. L. & Co. 4V 2 Arthur 

Dodge, Benjamin F. r. 299 Cabot 

Eldrldge, Jacob P. 172A Rantoul 

Goudey & Raymond, Park 

Hart, W. Fred, 4 Pierce av. 

Hodgkins, Eli R. 7 West 

Hodgkins, H. M. & R. E. 4 High 

McCormack. Wilfred H. (carriage) 172B 

Rantoul 
McKnight. John W. 13 Central 
Moore, Hiram W. (carriage) 219 Rantoul 
Peaslee, Lincoln B. (carriage) Vine ct. 
Porter. J. V. & Co. 20 Railroad av. 
Remmonds. William R. 9 Bow 
Rounds, Millard F. (furn.) 3 Hale 
Rowe, Bennett. 19 Union 
Sawyer, Elbridge C. (carriage) 126 Rantoul 
Shevirie, Stephen, 25 Pond 
Webber, E. O. & Co. r. 3 Dane 

Paints. Oils and Glass. 

Crosby, A. L. & Co. 4y 2 Arthur 
Dodge, Benjamin F. r. 299 Cabot 
Eldridge, Jacob P. 172A Rantoul 
Goudey & Raymond, Park 
Hamilton, F. A. E. & Co. 153 Rantoul 
Hodgkins, Eli R. 7 West, B. Farms 
Marshall, William W. 24V 2 Cabot 
Porter, J. V. & Co. 20 Railroad av. 

Pattern and Model Makers. 

Obear, Joseph W. 124 Park 
WHITE & IIOLLIS, 53 Water. See 
adv. 

Pension Examiner, 

Stickney, Geoige A., M. D. (for Essex 
Co.) 88 Cabot 

Pliotofirrnpliers. 

Janson, Ernest H. 156 Cabot 
Mitchell, Lizzie M. Mrs. 140 Caboi 

Physicians. 

Barnes, Miss Ida F. (Horn.), 222 'Cabot 
Bongartz, Walter E. (Horn.) cor. Pund and 

Cabot 
Cowles, Frank A. 276 Cabot 
Dearborn, John H. 217 Cabot 
Dennis. Charles S. (Mag.) 26 Prospect 
Dolloff, Albert S. 15 Washington 
Haddock, Charles W. 12 Bartlett 
Manchester, Delos B. 122 Cabot 
Martin, John J. 92 Cabot 
McGrath, Bernard F. 52 Cabot 
Shatswell, James A. 2:15 Cabot 
Shea, J. J. 46 Cabot 
Stickney, George A. 88 Cabot 



Swan, Will H. 12 Bartlett 

Swasey, Oscar F. 24 Hale 

Torrey, Samuel W. 10.Si /2 Cabot 

Voss, J. William, 377 Cabot 

Wardwell. Percival G. (Horn.) 285 Cabot 

Piano Tnners. 

Colby, Walter E. 12 Pleasant 

Pianos and Organs. 
Sullivan, Eugene F. 22 Railroad av. 

Picture Frainer. 

Story. Larkin W. 6 Essex 

Plumbers. 

Ciaflin, J. H. 60 Railroad av. 
Ingersoll, Daniel S. 50 Pond 
McDonnell, Thomas J. Hale 
Tickett & Goodwin, 5 Bow 
Pierce & Cox, Oak 
Robertson, Robert. 9 Abbott 
Wallace, Edwin L. 10 Central 
Wendell, Frank A. 131 Cabot 
Williamson & Herrick, 277V 2 Cabot 

Post O dices and Postmasters. 

Beverly — Francis Norwood 
Beverly Farms — Elmer Stanley 
Pride's Crossing— Elisha S. Pride 

Poultry Dealers. 

Dugan, Henry J. 150 Dodge 
Ray, Isaac, 93 Corning 
Reed, Horace W. 67 Bridge 



Robert J. Wlurney, 

BOOK and JOB PRINTER 



Society and Lodge work a specialty, 

tRoom 6^l£nt>icott 36l?a., t53 Cabot St. 

BEVERLY, MASS. 

Printers. 

Allen Job Print, 58 Railroad av. 
Enterprise Print, 95 Cabot • 

Frost & Wood, 147 'Cabot 
Odell. Amos L. 34 Railroad av. 
MURNEY, ROBERT J., 153 Cabot 

Produce Dealers. 

Edwards, Justin M. 552 Essex 
Moulton, C. & Son, 348 Cabot 
Wallis, Charles H. 38 Ober 
Wheelen, Thomas F. Hale 

Provision Dealers. 

Allen, George F. 267 Cabot 

Beverly Co-operative Assoc, 228 Cabot 

Cullivan, J. & Son. 28 Cabot 

Daniels, John, Hale 

Davenport, J. K. & Son, 221 Cabot 

Duncan, Oscar, 231 Cabot 

Foster, Horace, 588 Cabot 

Hatch & Mitchell, 309 Cabot 

Heaphy Bros.. 25 School 

Joy. William B. 114 Lothrop 

Lascom & Perry, 98 Cabot 

McLarren. James A. 133 Dodp« 

Marston & Sturtevant. 302 Cabot 

Place, Amos F. 208 Rantoul 



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BEVERLY— Continued. 

Randall, Edgar, 63 Front 
Smith, Franklin, 61 Bridge 
Stockwell, Oscar J. 118 Cabot 
Webber, H. A. & J. W. 85 'Cabot 
Wheelen, Thomas F. Hale 
Wyatt, Edward E. 26 West 

Real Estate Agents. 

Cole, Joseph W. 243 Cabot 

Collier, Perry, 11 Pleasant 

Forness, Arthur A. 153 Cabot 

Lee, Charles F. 155 Cabot 

Lefavour, Issachar & Son, 16 Washington 

MIRXEY, JOHX M., 153 Cabot 

Stone, Samuel H. 164 Cabot 

Restaurants. 

Brennan, Margaret Mrs. .12 Cabot 
Bromley, Charles H. 217 Cabot 
Carey. Robert, 162 1/ 2 Rantoul 
Carleton's Acme Cafe, 54 Rantoul 
Coffill, Thomas, 2 Cabot 
Hotel Walter, SO Rantoul 
LeLeurch, Julius, 67 Park 
Wallis. Mary E. 9 Railroad av. 
Wiley. Etta S. Mrs. 138% Rantoul 
Wltham, Charles A. 125 Rantoul 

Roofers. 

Atkins, Arthur W. (tin) 124 Rantoul 

Sailmaker. 
Philinte, Leon G. 45 Water 
Savr Filer. 
Meservey, William W. 84 Water 

Ship Chandler. 
Foster, George B. 45 Water 

Shoe Stitchers. 
Dow, S. H. & Co. cor. Railroad av. and 

Rantoul 
Lewis, E. F. & Co. 55 Pleasant 

Shoe Tip Mir. 

Gardner, Wallace W. 27 Park 
Stables. 

Cohoon, Charles A. 29 Atlantic av. 

Conway, James, 3 Congress 

Magu^re & Herrick. 3 School 

McCassom, John, Hale 

Morgan, John F. 453 Essex 

The Murphy Livery, Hack & Boarding 

Stable, r. 58 Pleasant 
Park Stables, 47 Lovett 
Stand ley & Larcom, Vine ct. 
Stevens, William M. S W. Dane 
Union Stable, 8 W. Dane 
Wyatt & Trowt, Hale 

Stair Builder. 
SMITH. JOHX W. 90 Park. See adv. 



John W- Smith, 

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Planing, Sawing and Turning of 
all kinds. Estimates furnished 
on all kinds of Stair Work 

90 Park St., Beverly, Mass. 



Steam Steering Gear. 

Fellows. B. W. Machine Co. cor. Park and 
Pleasant 

Stenographer. 

Woodbury, Jennie F. 28 Broadway 

Stone Quarries. 

Fitzgibbon, Thomas, off 258 Essex 
Kimball. Hiram, 30 Butman 
Linehan, D. & Son, Hale 
Welch, James, School 

Stoves. Furnaces and Tinware. 

Hlnkley. F. A. & Co. 91 Cabot 
Hinkley, George F. 77 Cabot 
Lunt, Albert C. 214 Cabot 
Rogers & 'Chase, 135 Cabot 
Woodbury, Charles L. 277 Cabot 



Tailors. 

Barnard, J. A. C. 148 Cabot 
Dwyer. Philip, 88 1-2 Cabot 
Hoag, Frank N. 174 Cabot 
Lord, Frank E. 140 Cabot 
Pedersen, Andreas, 140 Cabot 
Webber, Israel T. 139 Cabot 



Tanneries. 

Shebacco Co. Beckford 

Teamsters. 

Allen, George W. 7 Pond 
Clinton, George T. 4 Harris 
Cooke, P. W. & Co. 2 1-2 Arthur 
Corkery, Patrick, 6 Cox ct. 
Corliss, Lav/son E. r. 124 Rantoul 
Crawford, Edward L. r. 41 Bow 
Elliott, John T. 15 Hart 
Gamble. Samuel, 7 Ocean 
Hackett, Thomas, 42 Water 
Harrigan, John J. Pleasant 
Hayes, Timothy, 6 Wellman 
Hoogerzeil, Peter, 43 Bartlett 
Jones, Joseph, Pleasant 
Linehan. D. «& Son, Hale 
Morse, Frank L.' 20 Webber aV. 
Morse, Meriam C. 15 Congress 
Nutter, James M. 15 Elliott 
Smith, David C. 158 Rantoul 
Standley & Larcom, Vine ct. 
Watson, Lawrence, Hale 

Teas and Coffees. 

Commercial Tea Co. 132 Cabot 
Jung Co. 196 1-2 Cabot 
Larcom, B. Jr. 198 Cabot 

Tent Maker. 

Philinte, Leon G. 45 Water 

Undertakers. 

Gentlee, Samuel A. 291 Cabot 
Lee & Cressy, 232 Cabot 

Upholsterers. 

Lee & 'Cressy, 230 Cabot 
Lunt, Albert C. 214 Cabot 
bobbins, Fred A. 214 Cabot 
Rogers & Chase, 135 Cabot 
Rounds, Millard F. 5 Hale 

Variety Stores. 

Clocston. George F. 213 Rantoul 

Dudley, John F. 136 Dodge 

Flynn, Elizabeth. 2t Front 

Foss. John D. CS Water 

Frye, Azuba C. Mrs. cor. Pond and 



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Randall, M. W. 572 Cabot 
Roberts, Benjamin W. 10 Enon 
Twohig, Cornelius P. 24 and 79 Cabot 
Yaas, Andrew, 10 Porter 

Veterinary Surgeons. 

Lambert, Horace D. 42 Cabot 
Lewis, Thomas L. Cabot, n. Fayette 
Lynch, William H. 47 Lovett 
Riordan, John J. 12 Hart 
siratton, Frank B. 16 Wlnthrop av. 
Tittle, Albert F, 1 Dane 

Wall Paper Dealers. 

McKnight, John W. 13 Central 



Wheelwright*. 

.Crowell, William B. Jr. 316 Cabot 
Marshall, A. Newhall, 30 Water 
Wlghtman, J. A. Rantoul, cor. Chestnut 

Wood and Metal Enameleri 
and Jaitanners. 

Tuttle. E. N. & Co. 38 Cabot 

Wood Turners. 

Tuttle. E. N. & Co. 38 Cabot 

Yacht Builders. 
BEZAXSOX BROTHERS, 53 Water. 
See adv. 



Oezaoson Bros., i White & Kollis, 

YACHT BUILDERS, I CABIN JOINERS, 

53 Water St., Beverly, and Marblehead, Mass. 

Letters addressed here will be 

answered promptly. .... NEAR TUCKER'S FERRY. 

Our Marblehead Shop is open during the Summer Months Only. 

Builders and Repairers of Yachts, Boats, Steam and Naphtha Launches, 
Tenders, Canoes, and Skiffs. Pattern and Model Making. 

We will give you the benefit of thirty years' experience. We do work promptly 
and at reasonable prices. Correspondence solicited, 

BILLERICA. 



In Middlesex Co., 6 m. south of Lowell on So. Div. B. & M. R. R.; electric 
railways to Lowell and to Wilmington and Reading. Inc. May 20, 1655. 
Pop. 2,580. 

Villages— Center, East Billerica, South Billerica, North Billerica. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting fourth Monday 

in March. 
Clerk— Herbert A. King 
Selectmen- 
John E. Rowell, ch., North B. 

Edward B. Haskell 

Josiah Wright 
Auditors— Erastus B. Colby 

George P. Greenwood 

Richard T. Ferry, North B. 

Treasurer— John A. Richardson 
Collector— Albert II. Jones 
Assessors — 

Josiah Wright, ch. 

William H. Hutchins 

George E. Simonds 
Overseers Poor— Sears J. Cook, ch. 

John E. Rowell, North B. 

Edward B. Haskell 
Constables— Everett W. Livingston 

Martin Conway, Jr., North B. 

Supt. Streets- 
Edward Spanlding, North B. 



Water Commissioners- 
Frederick S. Clark, ch., North B. 

Charles H. Kohlrausch, North B. 

J. Nelson Parker 
Cemetery Commissioners — 

J. Nelson Parker 

Joseph Jaquith 

Herbert A. King 
Sinking Fund Commissioners — 

Franklin Jaquith 

Frederick A. Morey 

Joseph F. Talbot, North B. 

Board Health— Dr. J. B. Tyler, ch. 

John E. Rowell. North B. 

Coburn S. Smith, North B. 

Dr. F. G. Manson 
Chief Police— Everett W. Livingston 
Chief Fire Dept.— 

Everett W. Livingston 

Public Schools. 

Committee — 
Allen Bottomley, ch. North B. 

D. Moyer Staley 



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BILLERICA— Continued. 

Frederic A. Casey 
Supt.— Lewis T. McKinney 
Prin. High School— Earl C. Davis 
Prins. Grammar Schools — 

Elizabeth Chapin 

B. F. Harding, ' North B. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Auctioneer— Charles L. Beck 

Baker — Alden O. Dane 

Band— Allen's Cornet Band, Herbert 
Hanley, leader 

Bicycle Dealers— 
Charles L. Burton 
I. C. Caver ley 
Charles S. Hill 

Blacksmiths — Charles L. Burton 
Olin L. Fuller 
Charles S. Hill 

Boot and Shoe Makers- 
Martin F. Finnegan, North B. 
Joseph S. Holt. East B. 
Charles C. Johnson 

Boot and Shoe Dealer- 
Charles C. Johnson 

Carpenters- 
John S. Brown, North B. 
D. Warren Fitch 
McElligott Brothers 
Smith Bros. 

Chemicals— Talbot Dye & Chemical Co., 
North B. 

Cider Maker — Edward F. Dickinson 

Clergymen and Churches- 
Thomas P. Evans, First Baptist 
Daniel W. Hardy, Congregational 
Charles A. Paquette, St. Andrew's R. C. , 
P. O. Lowell 
Minot O. Simons. Unitarian 
Geo. S. Sinclair, St. Anne's Mission 
(Epis.) 

UNSETTLED CLERGTMEN. 
John E. Bowman 
Joseph N. Pardie (Un.). South B. 

Coal and Wood— Elmer E. Cole 

Dressmakers- 
Hannah A. Conway, North B. 
Mrs. E. A. Dunn 

Dry Goods— John E. Bull 

Expresses- American Express Co. 

Florist— George Dodge 

General Stores— Holden & Co. 
George Dunham, North B. 

Frederick A. Morey 
Fred H. Parker 
Mrs. Josiah Perry, North B. 

Glue Mfrs.— F. & J. Jaquith & Co. 

Grist Mill— Elmer E. Cole 

Hairdressers — Joseph Clusian 
Maxwell & Mahoney, North B. 

Harness Maker — Charles C. Johnson 

Hotel— Hilhurst. Charles A. Holt, prop. 

Hay and Grain— Elmer E. Cole 
Frederick A. Morey 

Incnhator Mt'r*.— 
Surprise Incubator Co., East B. 

Insurance Agents— Sydney A. Bull 
John H. Foster 
H. A. King 



North B. 
South B. 
North B. 

North B. 
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North B. 



Jevreler and Watchmaker 

Charles W. Flanders 
Justices of the Peace- 
Frederic S. Clark, 

Edward B. Haskell 

Charles E. Hosmer, 

Herbert A. King 

Charles H. Kohlrausch 

Frederick A. Morey 

William C. Phillips 

Joseph F. Talbot, 
Lihrary— Bennett Public Library, 

nie Page, lib. 
Lumber Dealer — 

Everett W. Livingston 
Machinists- 
Hill & Proctor, 
Masons— Matthew McEIman 

Josiah Wright 
Music Teacher- 
Hannah A. Conway, 

Amy Hosmer 

Nellie Kelton 
Newsdealer- T. Frank Lyons 
Nurserymen— William Crosby 

Dennis O'Keefe 
Optician— Charles W. Flanders 
Painters— Caroline F. Barker 

Edward A. Barker 

Albert B. Chapman 

Clarence H. Harris (carriage and sign), 
P. O. Lowell 

Otis Munroe 

Herbert C. Somers 
Photographer— 

John S. Powell, North B. 

Physicians— Maurice A. Buck 

Omar A. Flint, North B. 

Charles E. Hosmer, South B. 

George T. O'Donnell 

John B. Tyler 
Plumbers- 
Thomas Ellis, North B 

William H. Hodgkins 

Swinington & Smith 
Pool Room— Joseph Clusian 
Post Offices and Postmasters— 

Billerica— T. Frank Lyons 

North Billerica— Charles Maxwell 

East Billerica— William F. Symmes 

South Billerica— Charles H. Hill 
Provision Dealers— Ebenezer Baker 

McCauley & Maloney, North B. 

Saw Mills— Everett W, 

William F. Symmes, 

School— Mitchell's Boy 
C. Mitchell, principal 
Stable— Charles A. Holt 
Stoves. Furnaces and 

Ware— Swinington & Smith 
Teamsters — 

Josiah Wright 
Undertaker— Albert Stearns 
\ eterinary Surgeon— 

William 11. Hutchins 
AV ■ heel wrightM— Charles S. Hill 

Jackson Wright 

A \°° [ l , W » M "i"S Machine Mfr.- 

M. II. Kohlrausch & Co.. North B. 

Woolen Goods Mfrs. 

Faulkner Woolen Co. (flannels), North B. 
Talbot Mfg. Co. (flannels). North B. 



Livingston 

East 



School. 



B. 

Moses 



Tin- 



MASSACHUSETTS 



YEAR BOOK and BUSINESS aj% 

DIRECTORY, published annually. ^Q 

F. 8. Warn hard * Co., Worcester. W V 



BLACKSTONE. 



Mlllville 



In Woicester Co., 27 m. southeast of Worcester on Prov. & Wor. Div. N. Y. t 
N. H. & H. It. R. and 37 m. from Boston on N. E. R. It.; connected to Woon- 
socket by Woonsocket Electric Street Hallway. Inc. March 25, 1845. Bop. 
6,030. 

Villages— Mlllville, Chestnut Hill, Waterford, East Blackstone. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting second Monday 

in March. 
Clerk— James Heffernan 
Selectmen— Michael Carroll, ch. 

Thomas Downey 

John Cusick 
Auditor— Frederick J. Donnelly 
Treasurer— William H. Hawkins 
Collector— M. Fitzgerald, Millville 
Assessors— John F. Campbell, ch. 

Michael Fitzgerald, Millville 

John Nugent 
Overseers Poor- 
Charles A. Copeland, ch. 

Patrick F. Dolan 

Patrick J. Cassidy 
Constables— Patrick Kennedy 

James E. Clark 

John Carney 

John Whalen 

John P. Duggan 

George K. Marshall 

James B. McGovern, Mlllville 

John Nugent 

David T. O'Reilly, Millville 

Highway Commissioners- 
Patrick F. Callahan 

Cornelius R. Day, Mlllville 

Thomas Reilly 
Board Health- 
George F. Melifant, ch., Millville 

James Heffernan 

Thomas F. Roche 
Chief Fire Dept— Michael Carroll 

Public Schools. 

Committee- 
George F. Melifant, ch., Millville 
Josiah B. Davis, Millville 

Joseph F. Byrne 

Supt.— Josiah B. Davis, Millville 

Prin. High School— Ed w. W. Barrett 

Prins. Grammar Schools- 
Mary J. Stuart 
Margaret Reilly 



Corris 



Millville 
in, Millville 



BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 

Auctioneers— Michael Dorrington 

Lyman Legg, Millville 

Billiard and Pool Rooms- 
John J. Dwyer 

Michael O'Gara, 
Blacksmiths— Wm. 

Patrick Meaney 

Caleb S. Taft 
Boot and Shoe 

Hugh J. Flynn, 

Ambrose B. White, 
Root and Shoe 

Owen Brennan, 

George E. Taylor 
Carnenters— Frank BeaBley, 

Ichabod Cook, 

John Kenney 

PUBLEO OFFICERS 



Dealers — 

Millville 
Millville 
Ma leers— 

Millville 



Mlllville 
East B. 



Millville 



Millville 



Fruit— 

Millville 



Millville 
Millville 



Daniel Morey, Mlllville 

L. W. Taft & Son 

Timothy Sullivan 
Cigrars and Tohaeco- 

Michael Killkiney, 

Andrew McMahon 

Morris P. O'Donnell. Millville 

Clergymen and Chnrches — 

W. H. Adrian, St. Paul's R. C. 

Nathan C. Alger, Methodist. East B. 

Martin J. Englund, Swed. Luth. Ev., 
Millville 

George H. Horton, Free Baptist 

Michael H. Kittredge, St. Augustine's R 
C. Millville 

Henry H. Martin, Methodist, Millville 

William A. Power. St. Paul's R. C. 

Walter H. Rollins. Congregational 
Clothing Dealers- 
Simon Israel & Co., 

William Mulgrew 
Coal Dealers— John E. Calcutt 

Cornelius R. Day, 

Michael Kelly 
Confectionery and 

John Conway, 
Cotton Goods Mfrs.— 

Blackstone Mfg. Co. (sheetings) 
Dressmakers— Eliza Lindiey, Millville 
Uru^ists — James R. Bigelow 

John Conway, Millville 

Charles II. Fletcher & Co., Millville 

Dry Goods Dealers— 

Nllse Anderson, 

George Hodder 

Simon Israel & Co., 

Peter F. Smith 
Electric JAfaht Co.— 

Blackstpne Electric Light Co 
Expresses — Adams Express 

Earle & Prew's Express 
Felting Mfrs.— 

Lawrence Felting Co., 
Fish and Oysters— Dennis Duggan 

John Kelly, Millville 

Peter F. Smith 
Fruit and Produce — 

William Robertson, Millville 

Furnitnre Dealers— Uriah Barnett 

David H. Gilbert. 
General Stores— Uriah 

William P. Harrington, 

George Hodder 

John Layden, 

John F. Magner, 

T. T. Smith (estate), 

H. Patrick Tracey, 

Ambrose B. White, 
Grocers— M. W. Bennett 

Cunningham Brothers 

Joseph P. Cunningham 

William P. Harrington, 

James H. Kelley & Co., 

Maxon Brothers 

John C. Reilley 

Peter F. Smith 
Hairdressers- 
Dennis J. Conway, 

Michael J. Creighton 

Michael Fitzgerald, 

William Fogerty 

Peter Herbert 



Co. 



Millville 



Barnett 

Millville 

Mlllville 
Millville 
Millville 
East B. 
Millville 



Millville 
Millville 



Millville 
Millville 



Cannot intelligently and conveniently con- 
duct Public Business without such aids 
as the information in this Book affords. 



John F. Magner, Millville 

Hardware Dealers — 

Charles A. Copeland 

David H. Gilbert 

John P. Malony, Millville 

Hotels— Lincoln House, Mrs. John Nu- 
gent, prop. 

Millville Hotel, Tim L. Donehoe, prop. 

Union House, Merrill A. Wheelock, prop. 
Ice Dealers— Samuel V. Crane 

Cornelius R. Day, Millville 

Andrew J. Kelley, East B. 

Justices of the Peace — 

Alphonso L. Bowes 

Michael Dorrington 

Lyman Legs 

Francis N. Thayer 
Lnwycrs-A. A. Putnam 

Francis N. Thayer 
Library— Blackstone Public Library, 
William A. Cole, lib., Millville 

Liquor Dealers — 

Andrew Burns & Son, Millville 

Creighton & Darcy 

Gaffney & Fay 

Graham & Callahan 

Mulvey & Creamer, Millville 

Walsh & Mulvey, Millville 

Lumber Dealer— David W. Gaakill 
Machinist— Isaac S. Holman, Millville 
Mason— Theron Hovey, Millville 

Milliners — 

Fitzgerald & Sullivan, Millville 

Newsdealer — Lawrence Gibney 
Notary Public— Francis N. Thayer 
Painter— John J. Gilligan 
Physicians— Wilfred W. Brown 

George E. Bui lard 

George F. Melifant, Millville 

Thomas F. Roche 



Adrian Scott 
Arthur Lawrence 
Post Ollices and. Postmasters 

Blackstone — Lawrence Gibney 

Millville — John Carey 

East Blackstone— William Esty 
Provision Dealers — 

James H. Come Id, 

Godfrey Daignault & Co., 

John Dolan, 

John J. Hagan, 

James W. Powers 
Real Instate Agent- 
Charles H. Fletcher, 
Restaurant— Peter B. Holmes 
Rubber Goods Mfrs.— 

Woonsocket Rubber Co., 
Satinet Mfrs.— 

Joseph H. Donahue, 
Stables — Cornelius R. Day, 

John Nugent 

Merrill A. Wheelock 
Stoves and Tinware — 

Charles A. Copeland 

David H. Gilbert 

John P. Molony, 
Tailors — William E. Mulgrew 

Sherman H. Waitman, 
Undertakers — 

John Conway. 

John R. Tevlin 
Variety Stores— Margaret H. Fanning 

Lawrence Gibney 

John F. Magner, Millville 

Cynthia K. Perkins 
Wall Papers— Uriah Barnett 
Wheelwright— Thomas Dowd 
Wood Dealers — Samuel V. Crane 

Michael Kelly 
Woolen Goods Mfrs.— 

American Woolen Co. 



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Millville 
Millville 
Millville 
Millville 



Millville 



Millville 



East B. 
Millville 



Millville 
Millville 



Millville 



BLANDFORD. 



In Hampden Co. 
Pop. 810. 



reached by stage from Russell (4 in.). Inc. April 10, 1711. 



Village— North Blandford. 
TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— Enos W. Boise 
Selectmen— John E. Cooney, ch. 

Stephen H. Bodertha 

Almon W. Lloyd 
Auditor— S. C. Tiffany 
Treasurer— Enos W. Boise 
Collector— George Cadwell, North B. 
Assessors— Select men 
< >verseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables— Walter H. Oatley 

George Cadwell, North B. 

F. M. Bliss, North B. 

Supt. Streets— Ely Wyman 
Asst. Supt. Streets — Jos. P. Haley 
Board Health— Selectmen 



Public Schools. 

Committee— E. A. Bishop, ch. 

Miss L. Belle Tiffany 

William IT. Lewis 
Supt.-Mlss L. Belle Tlffanv 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Agricultural Implements- 



W. C. Hlggins & Sons, 


North 


B 


Auctioneers — 






S. A. Bartholomew, 


North 


B. 


G. S. Wood 






Basket Mfrs.— 






Wm. C. His^ins & Sons, 


North 


B 


Blacksmiths — 






Frank M. Bliss, 


North 


B 


Joseph II. Moore 






Myron Ward 






William Wyman 






Boarding Houses (Summer)— 




Miss M. S. Blair 






George Emmons 






William E. Hinsdale 






Miss Anna Lewis 






J. P. Nye 






W. H. Oatley 






R. 0. Ripley 






H. B. Sperry 






Brick Mfrs.— 






Blandford Brick & Tile Co. 






Cardboard Mfrs.— 






C. M. Walte. 


North 


B 



EVEPiY HOTEL 



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305 



Carpenters— George Emmons 

Levi Harger, Norm «. 

Carriage Makers— 

H. E. & A. E. Lee, North B. 

Cider Makers-J. H. Moore 

L. C. Nye & Son 

John Perkins 
Clergyiuea and Churches— 

Allan C. Ferrln, First Congregational of 
Blandford and Second Congregational 
of North Blandford 

E. B. Marshall, Methodist 
General Stores- 
John E. & W. H. Cooney 

Fred Smith, North B. 

George S. "Wood 
Grist Mills-L. C. Nye & Son 

John Perkins 
Hotel— Mountain House, W. II. Oakley, 

prop. 
Justices of the Peace — 

Enos W. Boise 

Samuel A. Bartholomew, North B. 

Library— Blandford Free Public Library 
Miss Hattle P. Herrlck, lib. 



Lumber Dealers— S. Bodurtha 

C. A. Brown 

L. E. Farnham 

W. H. Lewis 

W. J. Peebles 
Pn inters— Frank Cannon 

Henry Healey 
Physician— Homer T. Partree 
Post Oilices and Postmasters— 

Blandford— John E. Cooney 

North Blandford— Henry A. Blair 
Provision Dealers — 

John E. & "W. H. Cooney 

A. J. Smith (peddler) 
Saw Mills— C. M. Blair 

S. H. Bodurtha 

Clement Farnham 

W. H. Lewis . - 

Lyman R. Nye 

W. J. Peebles 
Soapstone ttuarry— 

Blandford Soapstone Co. 
Stables— E. W. Bennett 

W. H. Oatley 
Stage Line — Blandford to Russell 
Tanner and Carrier— Wm. Bates 



BOLTON. 



In Worcester Co., 22 m. northwest of South Framingham on Northern Div. 
Old Colony Sys. N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.; stage to Hudson. Inc. June 24, 
1738. Pop. 797. 

Villages— Bolton Center, Fryville. 



TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday In 

March. 
Clerk— Amory S. Haynes 
Selectmen— William N. Felton, ch. 

Andrew L. Nourse 

James W. Townsend 
Auditor— Henry N. Otterson 
Treasurer— George E. Dow 
Collector— James G. Dow 
Assessors— Andrew L. Nourse, ch. 

Emery A. Proctor 

Amory S. Hayues 
Overseers Poor- 
James W. Townsend, ch. 

Emery A. Proctor 

George E. Dow 
Constables— William H. Dow 

Walter Cole 

Marshall Smith 

Henry F. Haynes 

Charles E. Mace 
Highway Commissioners— Selectmen 
Cemetery Commissioners — 

Herman J. Kimmens 

Frank A. Wheeler 

Francis Cl' Edes 
Board Health— Selectmen 
Chief Fire Dept.— Frank A. Wheeler 

Public Schools. 

Committee— Andrew L: Nourse, ch. 

Mrs. L. L. Brigham 

Emery A. Procter 
Supt.— Charles L. Clay, Harvard 

Prln, Hifrh School— 

Evangeline Young 



! BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Blacksmith— A. H. Powers 

G. L. Taylor 
Carpenter — Edward Hamilton 
Cider Makers— Michael Butler 

C. E. Giddings 
Cifirarsjind Tobacco- 
Thomas Mahoney 
Clergymen and Churches- 
Leopold E. Scharf, First Baptist 

, First Unitarian 

Dentist— W. N. Houghton 
Expresses— American Express Co. 

New York & Boston Despatch 
General Stores— J. H. Hurlbut 

A. L. Nourse 
Grist and Saw Mill— C. E. Giddinga 
Grocers— O. A. Everett 

S. E. Marsh 
Justices of the Peace — 

Amory S. Haynes 

Henry F. Haynes 
Library— Bolton Free Town Library 
Painters— Thomas Mahoney (carriage) 

John Newton (house) 

C. A. Rich (house) 

Marshall Sargent (carriage) 

Frederick Woodbury (carriage) 
Physician— O. A. Everett 
Post Oflice and Postmaster — 

Bolton— O. A. Everett 
Stable— H. B. Newton 
Stage Li ne— Bolton & Hudson 
Variety Store— O. A. Everett 
Vinegar Mfr.— Michael Butler 
Wheelwright— T. J. Houghton 

C. S. Rich 

Levi Taylor 



FOBLSO mM 



Appreciate the value of information. They are quick 
to avail themselves of such sources as tho 

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BOSTON. 



See colored section after City and Town Register. 



BOURNE. 



In Barnstable Co., 17 ra. west of Barnstable on Cape Cod Dlv. Old Colouy 
Sys. N. Y., N. H. & U. It. R. Inc. April 2, 18S4. Pop. l.oSO. 

Villages — Gray Gables, Mill Village, Sagamore, Bournedale, Buzzards Bay, 
Monument Beach, Pocasset, Cataumet, Wenaumet. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Annual town meeting first Monday in 

March. 
Clerk— Ordello R. Swift 
Selectmen— George I. Briggs, ch. 

David D. Nye, Cataumet 

Isaac Small, Buzzards Bay 

Auditors- 
Percy H. Phinney, Monument Beach 

Alden P. Davis, Cataumet 

Treasurer— Ordello R. Swift 
Collector— Ezra G. Perry 
Assessors — 

David D. Nye, ch., Cataumet 

George I. Briggs 

Ordello R. Swift 
Overseers Poor— Selectmen 
Constables — Persea B. Harmon 



Bournedale 
Sagamore 



Cataumet 
Pocasset 

Cataumet 



Rodney J. Ellis, 

William F. Swift. 

Charles W. Hamlin 

Everett B. Burgess 

William H. Clement, 

Harry B. Hammond. 
Highway Surveyor- 
John P. Knowlton, 
Board Health— 

Dr. L. Latter, ch.. Monument Beach 

Seth W. Holway 

James T. Handy, Cataumet 

Public Schools. 

Committee — 

Moses C. Waterhouse, chairman 

Mrs. Mary E. Nye 

Aaron C. Swift, Cataumet 

Supt.— Bert J. Tice, Sandwich 

Prin. High School— Francis A. Smith 
Prin. Grammar School— 

J. Herbert Bennett 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Auctioneers — 

Blisha H. Burgess, 
Paul C. Gibbs. 
William R. Glbbs, 
W. S. Pierce 
Isaac Small, 

Bnker- 
George M. Llnnell, 

Bicycle Denier— F 

Blacksmiths — 
Alonzo J. Uooth, 
Aaron L. Burgess, 
Orrin W. Harris, 
Albert Hawkins. 

Bout Builders — 
A. C. Howland & Co. 



Pocasset 

Pocasset 

Sagamore 

Buzzards Bay 

Buzzards Bay 
red C. Small 

Monument Neck 

Cataumet 

Buzzards Bay 

Pocasset 

, Monument Beach 



W. W. Phinney, Monument Beach 

Boot ami Shoe Makers — 

John Bourne 

E. F. Cole 

Eben F. Weeks 
Car Mfrs.— 

Keith Mfg. Co., 
Carpenters — 

Herbert C. Ames. 

E. A. Blackwell 
William Crump, 
O. H. Eldridge 
Emory A. Ellis, 

F. O. Smith 
J. Warren Suminsby, 
George A. Swift, 
M. C. Waterhouse 
John W. Wedlock, 
James H. West, 
Walter H. Wing, 

Carriage Mfrs.— 

Allen T. Rogers, 
Cigars and Tobacco— 

E. B. Chase 
Civil Engineer and Surveyor— 

F. O. Smith 

Clergymen and Churches— 

E. W. Goodier, Methodist, Sagamore 

S. F. Johnson, Methodist 

H. A. Platts, Baptist, Pocasset 

W. D. Woodward, Methodist, Cataumet 
UNSETTLED CLERGYMAN. 

Nathan H. Chamberlain. (Epis.), 

Monument Beach 
Coal and Wood— 

J. Frank Dimmick, Pocasset 

Hiram L. Perry 

Perez H. Phinney. Monument Beach 

Confectionery and Fruit— 



Sagamore 

Buzzards Bay 

Monument Beach 

Bournedale 

Buzzards Bay 
Cataumet 

Sagamore 
Cataumet 
Cataumet 

Sagamore 



George A. Douglasa 


K< I" U 1 I 

S 


P. H. Phinney, 


Monument Beach 
Pocasset 


C. C. Snow 


C. S. Wright. 


Coopers- 




Sagamore Barrel Co., 


Sagamore 


DrnsTK-ist— 




L. Latter. 


Monument Beach 


Dry Goods — 




Clara E. Chase, 


Buzzards Bay 


Eldridge Keene & Co. 




Kdcre Tool Mfr.— 


Seth W. Holway, 


• Bournedale 


Express-New York & 


Boston Despatch 


Fish Dealers — 




Edward Berg, 


Buzzards Bay 


E. R. Ellis. 


Sagamore 


Frank Henshaw 


1 


Flour and Grain— 




B. B. Crosby, 


Sagamore 


Eldridge Keene & Co. 




Reuben W. Lawrence, 


Cataumet 


Furniture Dealer- 




Isaac Small, Jr., 


Buzzards Bay 



I A lA/X/' EZT F^ O Use Tools, and some of them are mighty sharp. 

L /"\ VW J nL r€ & This Hook is one of the handiest Tools in a 
mmmm m ■ w ■ Enai VV^ Lawyer's Workshop. 



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Pocasset 



Bournedale 

Bournedale 

Buzzards Bay 

Sagamore 

Cataumet 

Cataumet 

Cataumet 

Pocasset 



General Stores — 

Jesse Barlow, 

William T. Barlow 

Bourn